Publications: Lee, Diane
Waayers, D., Lee, D. and Newsome, D. (2012) Exploring the nature of stakeholder collaboration: a case study of marine turtle tourism in the Ningaloo region, Western Australia. Current Issues in Tourism, 15 (7). pp. 673-692.
Pfueller, S.L., Lee, D. and Laing, J.H. (2011) Tourism partnerships in protected areas: Exploring contributions to sustainability. Environmental Management, 48 (4). pp. 734-749.
Wegner, A., Lee, D. and Weiler, B. (2010) Important 'ingredients' for successful tourism/protected area partnerships: partners' policy recommendations. The Service Industries Journal, 30 (10). pp. 1643-1650.
Laing, J.H., Lee, D., Moore, S.A., Wegner, A. and Weiler, B. (2009) Advancing conceptual understanding of partnerships between protected area agencies and the tourism industry: a postdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approach. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17 (2). pp. 207-229.
Waayers, D., Newsome, D. and Lee, D. (2009) Change of perspective: using aerial surveys to identify human-turtle interactions in the Ningaloo Marine Park. In: 18th annual tourism and hospitality education and research conference: See change: tourism and hospitality in a dynamic world, 10 - 13 February, Fremantle, Western Australia.
Moore, S., Weiler, B., Lockwood, M., Wegner, A., Laing, J.H., Pfeuller, S., Croy, G., Lee, D. and Macbeth, J. (2009) Protected area tourism partnerships: what makes them tick? In: Australian Protected Areas Congress, Protected areas in the century of change, 24 - 28 November, 2008, Twin Waters, Queensland.
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.
Moore, S., Weiler, B., Croy, G., Laing, J.H., Lee, D., Lockwood, M., Pfueller, S. and Wegner, A. (2009) Tourism – protected area partnerships in Australia: designing and managing for success. CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, Queensland.
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.
Laing, J.H., Wegner, A., Moore, S., Weiler, B., Pfueller, S., Lee, D., Macbeth, J., Croy, G. and Lockwood, M. (2008) Understanding partnerships for protected area tourism: learning from the literature. CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, Qld..
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.
Smith, A., Lee, D. and Newsome, D. (2007) Facilitating student understanding of interpretation: supporting theory with practical application. In: 14th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Network of AsiaPacific Education and Training Institutes in Tourism (APETIT), and Seminar on Ecotourism Interpretative Programmes, Education and Research, 26 - 28 June, Singapore.
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.
Waayers, D., Newsome, D. and Lee, D. (2006) Observations of non-compliance behaviour by tourists to a voluntary code of conduct: A pilot study of turtle tourism in the Exmouth region, Western Australia. Journal of Ecotourism, 5 (3). pp. 211-222.
Smith, A.J., Lee, D., Newsome, D. and Stoeckl, N. (2006) Production and consumption of wildlife icons: dolphin tourism at Monkey Mia, Western Australia. In: Meethan, K. and Anderson, A., (eds.) Tourism consumption and representation: narratives of place and self. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK, pp. 113-139.
Smith, A., Newsome, D., Lee, D. and Stoeckl, N. (2006) The role of wildlife icons as major tourist attractions : case studies : Monkey Mia dolphins and Hervey Bay whale watching. CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Stoeckl, N., Smith, A., Newsome, D. and Lee, D. (2005) Regional economic dependence on iconic wildlife tourism: case studies of Monkey Mia and Hervey Bay. Journal of Tourism Studies, 16 . pp. 69-81.
Smith, A.J., Newsome, D., Lee, D. and Stoeckl, N. (2004) The role of wildlife icons as major tourist attractions. In: Sustainable Tourism CRC Western Australian Network Industry Forum, 6 October, Perth, Western Australia.