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Montana Travel Research: 2008, Norma P. Nickerson, Melissa Bruns-Dubois Jan 2008

Montana Travel Research: 2008, Norma P. Nickerson, Melissa Bruns-Dubois

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2008 and Review of 2007.


Montana Travel Research: 2007, Norma P. Nickerson, Melissa Bruns-Dubois Jan 2007

Montana Travel Research: 2007, Norma P. Nickerson, Melissa Bruns-Dubois

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2007 and Review of 2006.


Towards An Organizational Model Of Occupational Health And Safety Management: A Review Of The Literature, Michael Zanko, Scott Burrows Jan 2006

Towards An Organizational Model Of Occupational Health And Safety Management: A Review Of The Literature, Michael Zanko, Scott Burrows

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

The enormous, tragic and largely unnoticed problem of workplace injuries and deaths continues to beset countries around the globe. Tripartite regulatory approaches to address the issues involved often place primary responsibility on employers’ management of health and safety (OHS) at the workplace. This paper seeks to ascertain how OHS management at the organizational level has been treated in the research literature.

A review of thirteen leading management journals from 1994 to 2005 was conspicuous by the absence of interest in OHS management as the subject or field of study. An examination of six leading HRM journals over the same timeframe ...


Montana Travel Research: 2006, Norma P. Nickerson, Mellisa Bruns-Dubois, James Wilton Jan 2006

Montana Travel Research: 2006, Norma P. Nickerson, Mellisa Bruns-Dubois, James Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2006 and Review of 2005.


Are You Selling The Right Colour? A Cross-Cultural Review Of Colour As A Marketing Cue, Mubeen M. Aslam Jan 2005

Are You Selling The Right Colour? A Cross-Cultural Review Of Colour As A Marketing Cue, Mubeen M. Aslam

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

Should a marketer adopt a pancultural or a culture-specific approach in using colour in marketing? This paper reviews the psychological and sociocultural associations and meanings of colour(s) in a cross-cultural marketing perspective, and outlines its role as a marketing cue. It is argued that a cross-cultural perspective of colour research and application is imperative for developing global marketing strategies, and the cultural values, marketing objectives and desired customer relationship levels would dictate the choice of colour in corporate and marketing communications in the 21st Century. IdentifYing appropriate colour-culture clusters also facilitates the development of a colour theory in marketing.


Sme Development Programs: A Critical Review, Charles Harvie, Boon-Chye Lee Jan 2005

Sme Development Programs: A Critical Review, Charles Harvie, Boon-Chye Lee

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

This paper reviews and examines the arguments for government intervention in markets with the purpose of providing assistance to SMEs in a range of activities.


Montana Travel Research: 2005, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton, Melissa Bruns-Dubois Jan 2005

Montana Travel Research: 2005, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton, Melissa Bruns-Dubois

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2005 and Review of 2004.


Marketing Research For Volunteering: A Research Agenda, Sara Dolnicar, Melanie J. Randle Dec 2004

Marketing Research For Volunteering: A Research Agenda, Sara Dolnicar, Melanie J. Randle

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

Contributing an estimated AUD42 billion dollars a year to the Australian economy and US150 billion dollars to the USA, volunteering has become an industry sector of major importance. It has consequently attracted significant attention among researchers of various disciplines, including marketing. Nevertheless, the industry is confronted with ongoing challenges, particularly in the area of recruitment. This article provides a review of prior marketing-related studies and identifies a number of gaps in the research, such as a limitation in the past to a priori approaches to categorising volunteers, which has offered limited insight and conflicting results. The authors recommend a more ...


Montana Travel Research: 2004, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton Feb 2004

Montana Travel Research: 2004, Norma P. Nickerson, James Wilton

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2004 and Review of 2003.


Online Information Values For Recreational Travellers: A Review Of Online Sources In Decision Making For An Unfamiliar Long Haul Destination, Robert Grant Jan 2004

Online Information Values For Recreational Travellers: A Review Of Online Sources In Decision Making For An Unfamiliar Long Haul Destination, Robert Grant

Faculty of Commerce - Papers (Archive)

Acquisition or purchase of travel arrangements involves an exchange of information which is theoretically suited for transfer from offline to online interaction. The ability to digitise material and ease access through searchability based on metatags (Reedy and Schullo, 2004, p 276) make the internet a potentially ideal medium for information gathering and exchange. This paper reviews the value of information sources for consumer decision making for a high involvement experience product with multiple and variable components and points to further research which help our understanding of the value of electronic networks.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 2003, Norma P. Nickerson Feb 2003

Montana Vision Travel Research: 2003, Norma P. Nickerson

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2003 and Review of 2002.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 2002, Norma P. Nickerson Feb 2002

Montana Vision Travel Research: 2002, Norma P. Nickerson

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2002 and Review of 2001.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 2001, Norma P. Nickerson, Thale Dillon, Kim Mcmcmahon Feb 2001

Montana Vision Travel Research: 2001, Norma P. Nickerson, Thale Dillon, Kim Mcmcmahon

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2001 and Review of 2000.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 2000, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon Feb 2000

Montana Vision Travel Research: 2000, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 2000 and Review of 1999.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 1999, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon May 1999

Montana Vision Travel Research: 1999, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outook for 1999 and Review of 1998.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 1998, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon Feb 1998

Montana Vision Travel Research: 1998, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 1998 and Review of 1997.


Montana Vision Travel Research: 1997, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon Feb 1997

Montana Vision Travel Research: 1997, Norma P. Nickerson, Kim Mcmahon

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Outlook for 1997 and Review of 1996