Publications: Chok, Stephanie
Northcote, J., Lee, D., Chok, S. and Wegner, A. (2008) An email-based Delphi approach to tourism program evaluation: Involving stakeholders in research design. Current Issues in Tourism, 11 (3). pp. 269-279.
Chok, S., Macbeth, J. and Warren, C. (2007) Tourism as a tool for poverty alleviation: A critical analysis of 'Pro-Poor Tourism' and implications for sustainability. Current Issues in Tourism, 10 (2). pp. 144-165.
Chok, S. and Macbeth, J. (2009) Labour justice and sustainable tourism: the centrality of equity as a sustainability principle. In: BEST Education Network's Think Tank IX, 15 - 18 June, Singapore
Northcote, J., Lee, D., Wegner, A. and Chok, S. (2009) The Tapestry Tourism Futures Project: Lessons learned for governance in community tourism planning. In: CAUTHE 2009 18th International Research Conference, 10 - 13 February, Fremantle, Western Australia pp. 1176-1183.
Lee, D., Chok, S., Northcote, J. and Wegner, A. (2006) Evaluation of the community placement of the Tapestry Tourism Futures Project. In: 16th International Research Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education –CAUTHE 2006, 6 - 9 February, Melbourne
Chok, S., Macbeth, J. and Warren, C. (2007) Tourism as a tool for poverty alleviation: A critical Analysis of ‘Pro-Poor Tourism’ and Implications for Sustainability. In: Hall, M.C., (ed.) Pro-Poor Tourism: Who Benefits? Perspectives on Tourism and Poverty Reduction. Channel View Publications, pp. 64-73.
Lee, D. and Chok, S. (2005) Developing a tourism system: A tapestry of knowledge. In: Carson, D. and Macbeth, J., (eds.) Regional Tourism Cases. Innovation in Regional Tourism. Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, Altona, Australia, pp. 41-51.
Chok, Stephanie (2013) Labour justice and political responsibility: An Ethics-Centred approach to temporary Low-Paid labour migration in Singapore. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Lee, D., Chok, S., Northcote, J. and Wegner, A. (2008) Evaluation of the community placement of the Tapestry Tourism Futures model. CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, Queensland.