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Indigenous tourism research agenda : key directions for the future 2005-2008, Joc Schmiechen

Label
Indigenous tourism research agenda : key directions for the future 2005-2008
Title
Indigenous tourism research agenda
Title remainder
key directions for the future 2005-2008
Statement of responsibility
Joc Schmiechen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The Northern Territory was the first to recognise Indigenous culture as a growing area of tourism interest and led to the appointment of the first full time Aboriginal Development Tourist Development position in the Tourist Commission in 1984; At the 2000 Sydney National Indigenous Tourism Forum the Sustainable Tourism CRC recognised that there was a considerable research gap, lack of investment and lack of cohesion in Indigenous tourism research; the research agaenda sets out to provide a framework and direction for Indigenous Tourism researchers to focus their efforts on areas of identified need by a wide range of stakeholders with interests in development and sustainability in Indigenous tourism
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Schmiechen, Joc
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Tourism
  • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
Label
Indigenous tourism research agenda : key directions for the future 2005-2008, Joc Schmiechen
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "January 2006"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 29-34
Contents
Research priorities: Theme 1 - Land ownership and finance -- Theme 2 - Business structure and skills: Measuring success - communities versus family and sole operator enterprises; Ensuring succession, increasing participation and capacity in Indigenous tourism enterprises -- Theme III: Understanding the market: Engaging the domestic market - how to increase participation from local travellers?; Accessing the niche markets; Image presentation and definition - are we using the right brand for Indigenous tourism?; Facts and figures - presenting an accurate appraisal of the nature, extent and demand for indigenous tourism to differing consumer sectors -- Evaluating the current state and nature of Indigenous tourism -- Research application and protocols
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35 p.
Label
Indigenous tourism research agenda : key directions for the future 2005-2008, Joc Schmiechen
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "January 2006"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 29-34
Contents
Research priorities: Theme 1 - Land ownership and finance -- Theme 2 - Business structure and skills: Measuring success - communities versus family and sole operator enterprises; Ensuring succession, increasing participation and capacity in Indigenous tourism enterprises -- Theme III: Understanding the market: Engaging the domestic market - how to increase participation from local travellers?; Accessing the niche markets; Image presentation and definition - are we using the right brand for Indigenous tourism?; Facts and figures - presenting an accurate appraisal of the nature, extent and demand for indigenous tourism to differing consumer sectors -- Evaluating the current state and nature of Indigenous tourism -- Research application and protocols
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
35 p.

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