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Trudie Walters
Trudie Walters
Research Manager, Canterbury Museum
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Using thematic analysis in tourism research
T Walters
Tourism Analysis 21 (1), 107-116, 2016
1552016
Lost in translation? Cross-language thematic analysis in tourism and hospitality research
M Esfehani, T Walters
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2018
562018
Gender equality in academic tourism, hospitality, leisure and events conferences
T Walters
Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 10 (1), 17-32, 2018
522018
Challenging assumptions about residents' engagement with place branding
A Insch, T Walters
Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 14 (3), 152-162, 2018
372018
The participation of children, adolescents, and young adults in nature-based recreation
B Lovelock, T Walters, C Jellum, A Thompson-Carr
Leisure Sciences 38 (5), 441-460, 2016
372016
How community event narratives contribute to place branding
T Walters, A Insch
Journal of Place Management and Development, 2018
252018
Changing patterns of conspicuous consumption: Media representations of luxury in second homes
T Walters, N Carr
Journal of Consumer Culture 19 (3), 295-315, 2019
232019
‘You feel you’re not alone’: how multicultural festivals foster social sustainability through multiple psychological sense of community
N Hassanli, T Walters, J Williamson
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 29 (11-12), 1792-1809, 2021
202021
Marginalisation and events
T Walters, AS Jepson
Routledge, 2019
152019
Understanding the nexus of marginalisation and events
T Walters, AS Jepson
Marginalisation and Events, 1-16, 2019
142019
A tripartite approach to accessibility, diversity, and inclusion in academic conferences
T Walters
Accessibility, Inclusion, and Diversity in Critical Event Studies, 230-241, 2019
142019
Can cultural festivals function as counterspaces for migrants and refugees? The case of the New Beginnings Festival in Sydney
N Hassanli, T Walters, R Friedmann
Leisure Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2019.1666296, 2019
132019
Conceptualising the role of street art in urban tourism
A Insch, T Walters
Proceedings of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality …, 2017
132017
The luxury of leisure and pleasure at the New Zealand second home
T Walters
Annals of Leisure Research 17 (1), 97-112, 2014
112014
Second homes as sites for the consumption of luxury
T Walters, N Carr
Tourism and Hospitality Research 15 (2), 130-141, 2015
102015
Facilitating well-being at the second home: The role of architectural design
T Walters
Leisure Studies 36 (4), 493-504, 2017
82017
‘Proud to be South D’: perceptions of a street festival in a marginalised community in New Zealand
T Walters
Marginalisation and Events, 36-54, 2019
52019
Delivering employable event studies graduates: Student perspectives on the benefits of experiential learning
T Walters
Event Management, 2018
52018
Positive power: Events as temporary sites of power which “empower” marginalised groups
T Walters, R Stadler, AS Jepson
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 33 (7), 2391-2409, 2021
42021
Changing representations of fatherhood through the lens of family leisure photographs
P Saadat Abadi Nasab, T Walters, N Carr
International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure 3 (2), 197-218, 2020
42020
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