This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 46 references in this bibliography folder.

Del Chiappa, G and Abbate, T (2012, forthcoming).
Resident’s perceptions and attitude toward the cruise tourism development: insights from an Italian tourism destination
In: Proceedings of International Conference Marketing Trends, ed. by U. Collesei and J.C., Andreani (Eds.), Marketing Trends Association.

Biagi, B and Detotto, C (2012).
Crime as tourism externality
Regional Studies, Forthcoming.

Biagi, BBM and Detotto, C (2012).
The effect of tourism on crime in Italy: A dynamic panel approach
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 6(2012-25).

Meleddu, M (2012).
Host communities preferences in a multidimensional framework. Evaluation of repeated choice experiments
PhD thesis, Università degli studi di Sassari.

Brida, J, Del Chiappa, G, Meleddu, M, and Pulina, M (2011).
The perceptions of an island community towards cruise tourism: A factor analysis
Tourism, 60(1):29-42.

Brida, J, Riaño, E, and Zapata-Agurirre, S (2011).
Resident’s attitudes and perceptions towards cruise tourism development: A case study of Cartage de Indias (Colombia).
Tourism and Hospitality Research, 11(3):187-202.

Huang, C and Lee, C (2011).
Evaluating recreational benefits of environmental quality improvement
In: International conference on humanities, geography and economics (ICHGE’2011), Pattaya.

Bailey, E and Richardson, R (2010).
A new economic framework for tourism decision making
Tourism and Hospitality Research, 10(4):367-376.

Brida, J and Zapata-Aguirre, S (2010).
Cruise tourism: Economic, socio-cultural and environmental impacts
International Journal of Leisure and Tourism Marketing, 1(3):205-226.

Diedrich, A (2010).
Cruise ship tourism in Belize: The implications of developing cruise ship tourism in an ecotourism destination
Ocean and Coastal Management, 53:234-244.

Gursoy, D, Chi, C, and Dyer, P (2009).
An examination of locals' attitudes
Annals of Tourism Research, 36(4):723-726.

Hritz, N and Cecil, A (2008).
Investigating the sustainability of cruise tourism: A case study of key west
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16(2):168-181.

Kibicho, W (2008).
Community-based tourism: A factor-cluster segmentation approach
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16(2):211-231.

Lindsay, K, Craig, J, and Low, M (2008).
Tourism and conservation: The effects of track proximity on avian reproductive success and nest selection in an open sanctuary
Tourism Management, 29(4):730 - 739.

Hardin, J and Hilbe, J (2007).
Generalized linear models and extensions

Gibson, P and Bentley, M (2006).
A study of impacts–cruise tourism and the South West of England
Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 20(3/4):63-77.

Williams, R (2006).
Generalized ordered logit/partial proportional odds models for ordinal dependent variables
Stata Journal, 6(1):58-82(25).

Andereck, K, Valentine, K, Knopf, R, and Vogt, C (2005).
Residents' perceptions of community tourism impacts
Annals of Tourism Research, 32(4):1056 - 1076.

Hunter, L, Hatch, A, and Johnson, A (2004).
Cross-national gender variation in environmental behaviors
Social Science Quarterly, 85(3):677-694.

Andriotis, K and Vaughan, R (2003).
Urban residents’ attitudes toward tourism development: The case of crete
Journal of Travel Research, 42(2):172-185.

Chase, G and Alon, I (2002).
Evaluating the economic impact of cruise tourism: A case study of Barbados
Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 13(1):5-18.

Gursoy, D, Jurowski, C, and Uysal, M (2002).
Resident attitudes: A structural modeling approach
Annals of Tourism Research, 29(1):79 - 105.

Theodori, G and Luloff, A (2002).
Position on environmental issues and engagement in pro-environmental behaviors
Society and Natural Resources, 15:471-482.

Tosun, C (2002).
Host perceptions of impacts: A comparative tourism study
Annals of Tourism Research, 29(1):231 - 253.

Zelezny, L, Chu, R, and Aldrich, C (2000).
Elaborating on gender differences in environmentalism
Journal of Social Issues, 56(3):443-457.