Cruise Research Society
CRS Member Publications

_____________________2010_______________________

Gibson, P & Papathanassis, A. (2010). The Cruise Industry – emerging issues, problems and solutions: The 2nd International Cruise Conference, International Journal of Tourism Research, 12: 405-407

Gibson, P. (2010). Cruise management interns: developing a support model. Paper presented at the 2nd International Cruise Conference, University of Plymouth, 18-20 February 2010.

Lukovic, T, & Bozic K. (2010, February 2010). Seasonality - factor of crisis or development in cruise tourism. Paper presented at the 2nd International Cruise Conference 'The cruise industry – emerging issues, problems and solutions', 18-20 February 2010, Plymouth, United Kingdom.

Lukovic, T. & Kovacic M. (2010, March 2010). How to effectively evaluate the successful management in today’s business environment?. Paper presented at the 29th International Conference on Organizational Sciences Development, 24-26 March 2010, University of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Portoroz, Slovenia.

Papathanassis, A. &, Knolle, F. (2010). Exploring the adoption and processing of online holiday reviews: A grounded theory approach. Tourism Management.  doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2009.12.005

Wiscombe, C. (2010) Coastal communities and events: the case of Lyme Regis : abstract submitted April conference call: Celebrating through Times of Crisis: Prospects and Potentials for Tourism, Festivals and Cultural Events. – awaiting outcome

Wiscombe, C.A. (2010) Funding. Sponsorship and Financial Management in Robinson, P. Wale, D. & Dickson, G.  (Ed) Event Management. Oxford: Cabi [in press]

Wiscombe, C.A. McGirl, J. & Piontek, M. (2010) Staffing the Cruise Industry in 2020: exploring solutions. International Cruise Conference. 18th-20th February. University of Plymouth, UK; potential publication in a special edition of the Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice

_____________________2009_______________________

Biscomb, K. Wiscombe, C.A. & Mallan, J (2009) “Get Out to Work!” – An Evaluation of an ESF work related project at Employability Conference. 25th June 2009. ILE: University of Wolverhampton

Gibson, P. (2009). Chin, C. B. N.: Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea. Journal of Tourism Consumption, 1(1), 86.

Gibson, P. (2009). Credible careers: tomorrow's cruise hotel managers. World Journal of Tourism, Leisure and Sport, 3(1), 11-19.

Gibson, P. (2009). Developments in UK maritime hospitality management. Cruise Sector Growth: Managing Emerging Markets, Human Resources, Processes and Systems, 95.

Gibson, P. (2009). Students’ experiences of international placement: an e-support approach. Paper presented at the Work-Based Learning Conference., University of Plymouth.

Gibson, P. & Busby, G. (2009). Experiencing work: supporting the undergraduate hospitality, tourism and cruise management student on an overseas work placement. Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 61(4), 467-480.

Gibson, P., & Turner, D. M. (2009). Catering on cruise ships. Essential FM Reports, 4-7.

Gibson, P. & Papathanassis, A. (2009), Cruise Sector Futures - Exploring growth-related opportunities & challenges: The 1st International Cruise Conference, Journal of Tourism Consumption & Practice 1(1), 113-117

Papathanassis, A. Ed. (2009), Cruise Sector Growth: Managing Emerging Markets, Human Resources, Processes and Systems, Wiesbaden: Gabler

Papathanassis, A. & Breitner, M. (2009), Online booking in the cruise sector: Determinants of online trust & implications. In A. Papathanassis (Ed.), Cruise Sector Growth: Managing Emerging Markets, Human Resources, Processes and Systems, Wiesbaden: Gabler, 133-154

Papathanassis, A & Gibson, P. (2009), Cruise Sector Futures: Exploring growth-related opportunities & challenges, International Journal of Tourism Research, 11(1), 105-106

Papathanassis, A. & Papathanassis, A. (2009), Konferenzbericht:  Die Revolution der Informations- & Kommunikationstechnologien und daraus resultierte Entwicklungen im Tourismus, in der Reiseindustrie, sowie in der Hotelbranche - 7. E-Touristik Zukunftsforum,  Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, 1(2), 199-202

Robinson, P & Wiscombe, C. Learning from work-based learning – a case study of the FD Travel Operations Management. Employability Conference. 25th June 2009. ILE: University of Wolverhampton

Robinson P, & Wiscombe C. (2009) Learning from work-based learning – a case study of the FD Travel Operations Management. Employability Conference 2009, 25th June 2009, University of Wolverhampton

Wiscombe, C. (2009) Coastal communities and events: the case of Lyme Regis. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. submitted for peer review

Wiscombe, C. (2009) Coastal communities and events: the case of Lyme Regis. 19th-20th October. Researching Coastal and Resort Destination Management: Cultures and Histories of Tourism. EUTO Conference. Girona, Catalunya. 19th - 20th October 2009

Wiscombe, C.A. (2009) Planning, Controlling and Evaluating in Bill, K. (ed) (2009) Sport Management. Exeter: Learning Matters. 

Wiscombe, C.A. (2009) Funding, Sponsorship and Investment  in Bill, K. (ed) (2009) Sport Management. Exeter: Learning Matters

Wiscombe, C.A. (2009) Financial Management in Bill, K. (ed) (2009) Sport Management. Exeter: Learning Matters

Wiscombe, C.A. (2009) Managing Finance in Robinson P (ed) (2009) Managing Operations in The Travel Industry. Oxford: CABI

_____________________2008_______________________

Gibson, P. (2008). Cruising in the 21st century: Who works while others play? International Journal of Hospitality Management, 27(1), 42-52.

Gibson, P. (2008). Cruising in the 21st century: Who works while others play? International Journal of Hospitality Management, 27(1), 42-52.

Gibson, P. (2008). Developments in United Kingdom maritime hospitality management: career pathways, progression and national qualifications - presented on behalf of the Merchant Navy Training Board. Paper presented at the 1st International Cruise Conference, Bremerhaven.

Papathanassis, A. (2008), TUI: Integrating Destination Information. In R.Egger & D.Buhalis (Ed.), eTourism Case Studies: Management & Marketing Issues in eTourism, Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 153-16

Robinson, P. & Wiscombe C.A. (2008) The Challenges of Employer Engagement; A Critical Comparison of Innovative Course Development.  HLST Conference, Oxford. November 7th 2008

Robinson, P. & Wiscombe, C.A. (2008) The Foundation Degree in Travel Operations Management – A Reflective Perspective.  LINK 22 Employer Engagement (Autumn 2008), Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Network

Robinson, P. & Wiscombe, C.A. (2008) An innovative delivery of Foundation Degrees: but not without its problems! – Best practice and future challenges. Telling ePortfolio Stories 2008: The road to ‘stickiness’, 5th June 2008, University of Wolverhampton.

Wiscombe, C.A (2008) Legislation – its effect on the licensed retail sector. Keynote speech at the Centre for Hospitality Research. November 20th 2008

Wiscombe, C.A. (2008) Blended Learning: View from the chalk face. ATHE Conference, December 2nd – 5th  2008


_____________________2007_______________________

Burns, P. and Lester, J. (2007) Living in a Material World, Teaching and Learning post-conference proceedings, University of Brighton

Gibson, P. (2007). Resource guide in cruise management. from http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/hlst/documents/resource_guides/cruise_management_resguide.pdf

Gibson, P. (2007). Understanding the Norovirus: a guide for managers. Institute of Hospitality Management Guides

Lester, J. (2007) Processes of Becoming: Academic Journeys, Moments and Reflections, In Ateljevic, I., Pritchard, A., and Morgan, N. (Eds.) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies, Innovative Research Methods, London, Elsevier

Palmer, C. and Lester, J. (2007) Stalking the Cannibals: Photographic behaviour on the Sepik River, Tourist Studies, 7 (1), pp. 83-106

Papathanassis, A. (2007), Online auf See mit Kreuzfahrt 2.0. An Bord 1/2007 

Povey, G. Wale, D. & Wiscombe, C.A. (2007) Pub Grub in the 21st Century. Centre for Hospitality Research. Sheffield Hallam University. November 2007

Robinson, P. Wale, D. Wiscombe, C.A. (2007) An innovative delivery of Foundation Degrees: but not without its problems! In Shaping the Future of Tourism Education, 5-7th December 2007, The Subject Association for Tourism in the UK, St Anne’s College Oxford


_____________________2006_______________________

Gibson, P. (2006, October 2006). Cruise communities: constructivism and internships. Paper presented at the 24th EUROCHRIE Congress, Thessaloniki.

Gibson, P. (2006). Cruise Operations Management. Burlington: Butterworth Heinemann.

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

Papathanassis, A. (2006), Überleben und Erfolg in der Kreuzfahrtbranche: Einführung von Innovationen. An Bord 5/2006

Oschmann, C. & Vogel, M. (2006), Erlebnisplus Landprogramm. An Bord 4/2006

Oschmann, C. & Vogel, M. (2006), UrlaubsART. An Bord 2/2006  

Weeden C. & Lester J. (2006) ‘Ways of Seeing the Caribbean Cruise Product: A British Perspective’, In R.K. Dowling, Cruise Tourism: Issues, Impacts, Cases, Wallingford: CAB International

Wiscombe, C.A. (2006) But why do I need training? A case study approach. 15th CHME Conference. Nottingham: Nottingham Business School


_____________________2005_______________________

Burns P. and Lester J.  (2005) ‘Using Visual Evidence: The Case of Cannibal Tours’, In B W Ritchie, P Burns and C Palmer (eds.), Tourism Research Methods: Integrating Theory and Practice, Wallingford: CAB International, pp49-61

Gibson, P. (2005). Communities of practice: employment on cruise ships. Paper presented at the CHME Research Conference, Bournemouth.

Palmer C. & Lester J.  (2005) ‘Shooting the Innocuous: making meaning of tourist photographic behaviour’, In M. Novelli (ed.), Niche tourism: contemporary issues, trends and cases, Buttterworth Heinemann, pp5-25. 

Vogel, M. (2005), Psychografie der Kreuzfahrt. An Bord 6/2005

Vogel, M. (2005), Akzeptanz von Windparks in touristisch bedeutsamen Gemeinden der deutschen Nordseeküstenregion. IMT Working Paper No. 2. Bremerhaven

Vogel, M. (2005), Seniorenresidenzen by Carnival & Co.? An Bord 4/2005

Vogel, M. (2005), Von Kunden f&uum