Recent Publications and Presentations

The Tourism Research Centre is Interested in Several Areas of Tourism Research.

 

Sample Publications and Presentations:

Derrek Eberts

Eberts, D. and R. Espinoza Sanchez. 2016. Perceptions of Impacts of a Tourism Mega-Project in a Rural and Remote Region in Jalisco State, Mexico: The New Cancun. Paper presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (click here for presentation: eberts-sanchez-2016)

Eberts, D and R. Espinoza Sanchez. 2015. Cultural Sustainability of Tourism in Rural Communities Near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Paper presented at the 2015 annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Vancouver, British Columbia. (click here for presentation: eberts-sanchez-2015)

Eberts, D and R. Espinoza Sanchez. 2014. Impacts of New Tourism in Rural and Remote Communities in Jalisco State, Mexico. Paper presented at the 2014 annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario. (click here for presentation: eberts-sanchez-2014)

Eberts, D and R. Espinoza Sanchez. 2012. The Transformation of a Tourism Space: Puerto Vallarta’s Malecon. Paper presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the Prairie Division, Canadian Association of Geographers in Winkler, MB , Sept. 28 – 30. (click here for presentation: eberts-sanchez-2012)

Tousignant, Deandra, Derrek Eberts, and Rodrigo Espinoza Sanchez, 2011. “The Messy Side of Tourism: Secondary Impacts of Waste in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.” Prairie Perspectives, 14(1):, 25-33.

Eberts, D., & Ramsey, R. D. (2010). On the fringe of green: Golf as an urban-rural interface land use activity. In K. Beesley (Ed.), The Rural-Urban Fringe: Conflict and Controversy.

Eberts, D. (November, 2008). Heterolocalism and heritage dissonance in an ethnic recreational landscape: Ontario ‘s Polish cottage country. Paper presented at Re-Exploring Canadian Space, an International and Multidisciplinary Conference hosted by The Canadian Studies Centre at the University of Groningen, Groningen , The Netherlands.

Eberts, D. (September, 2007). Tacos or tequila? Tourism and the commodification of culture: Exploring the Geography of Restaurants in Downtown Puerto Vallarta . Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Prairie Division, Weyburn , SK.

John Everitt

John Everitt, Bryan H. Massam, Rosa M. Chávez-Dagostino, Rodrigo Espinoza Sanchez, Edmundo Andrade Romo. Imprints of tourism on Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. The Canadian Geographer 52(1), 83-104.

Ramsey, R. D., & Everitt, J. (2008). Tourism as a development strategy in Belize, Central America. Caribbean Tourism Research Journal 1(1).

Ramsey, R. D., & Everitt, J. (2007). Route-based Tourism Development and the ‘Turkey Trail’ in Manitoba, Canada. Prairie Forum 32(1), 87-110.

Bryan H. Massam, John Everitt, Rosa M. Chávez-Dagostino, Rodrigo Espinoza Sanchez, Edmundo Andrade Romo. (February 2007). Holiday in the sun: the impacts of tourism on Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico. Discussion Paper No. 58. (Department of Geography, York University) ISBN 978-1-55014-480-2.

Mosset, K. L., Everitt, J. C., & Malcolm, C. D. (2005). An exploration of recreation and tourism in Brandon, Manitoba. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays 8 (74-92).

Kim Lemky

Lemky, Kim and Joliffe, Lee. 2010. Mining Heritage and Tourism in the former coal mining communities of Cape Breton Island, Canada.  Mining Heritage and Tourism:  A Global Synthesis, Michael Conlin and Lee Jolliffe (eds). Routledge: Canada. Pp. 144-157.

Lemky, Kim, Lee Jolliffe, and Michael Conlin. (2014). Ships, Tourists and Trains: Railway Heritage Tourism and the Cruise Market.  Railway Heritage and Tourism:  a comprehensive global perspective,  Michael Conlin and Geoffrey Bird (eds.). Channel View Publications: Canada. Pp. 55-72.

Chris Malcolm

Malcolm, C. and D. Ramsey. 2014. Specialization and Importance-Performance in Visitors to a Natural History Museum: The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre. European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation.  5(1):9-34.

Malcolm, C. D., & Jago, L. M. (2004). Birding as a tool for conservation: Preliminary development of an educational program to increase environmental awareness in the Assiniboine River Valley in Brandon, Manitoba. Prairie Perspectives, vol. 7.

Malcolm, C. D., & Duffus, D. A. (2003). Can whale-watching convey an important message of conservation?: An initial perspective from British Columbia, Canada. Prairie perspectives: Geographical essays, 6 (175-190). Winnipeg, MB: University of Winnipeg Printing Services.

Malcolm, C. D., Wilson, H. F., & Champagne, J. (2003). Yellow rail census and birder visitation at Douglas Marsh, summer 2003: A pilot study to establish research and conservation needs. Submitted to the Douglas Marsh Community Action Committee, Brandon, MB, November.

Doug Ramsey

Rockett, J. and D. Ramsey. 2016. Rural Revitalization Through Tourism: The Case of Fogo and Change Islands, Newfoundland, Canada. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2016.1150287.

Malcolm, C. and D. Ramsey. 2014. Specialization and Importance-Performance in Visitors to a Natural History Museum: The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre. European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation.  5(1):9-34.

Ramsey, D., & Everitt, J. (2008). If you dig it, they will come! Archaeology Heritage Sites and Tourism Development in Belize, Central America. Tourism Management, 29, 909-916.

Ramsey, D., & Everitt, J. (2008). You better Belize it! The Development of Tourism in Belize, Central America. Tourism Research Journal, 1(1), 1-14.

Ramsey, D., & Everitt, J. (2007). Route-based tourism development and the ‘turkey trail’ in Manitoba. Prairie Forum 31(2), 87-110.