Alana Dillette
Alana Dillette
Doctoral Student at Auburn University
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“We can’t return to normal”: committing to tourism equity in the post-pandemic age
S Benjamin, A Dillette, DH Alderman
Tourism Geographies 22 (3), 476-483, 2020
Yoga tourism–a catalyst for transformation?
AK Dillette, AC Douglas, C Andrzejewski
Annals of Leisure Research 22 (1), 22-41, 2019
Tweeting the black travel experience: Social media counternarrative stories as innovative insight on# TravelingWhileBlack
AK Dillette, S Benjamin, C Carpenter
Journal of Travel Research 58 (8), 1357-1372, 2019
Resident perceptions on cross-cultural understanding as an outcome of volunteer tourism programs: The Bahamian Family Island perspective
AK Dillette, AC Douglas, DS Martin, M O'Neill
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (9), 1222-1239, 2017
Dimensions of holistic wellness as a result of international wellness tourism experiences
AK Dillette, AC Douglas, C Andrzejewski
Current Issues in Tourism 24 (6), 794-810, 2021
Roots tourism: A second wave of double consciousness for African Americans
A Dillette
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 29 (2-3), 412-427, 2021
Do Vacations Really Make Us Happier
A Dillette, A Douglas, D Martin
Exploring the Relationships between Wellness Tourism, Happiness and Quality …, 2018
An exploratory examination of the wellness tourist experience using netnography
AK Dillette, AC Douglas, C Andrzejewski
Diffusing innovation in times of disasters: considerations for event management professionals
A Dillette, SSA Ponting
Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, 1-24, 2020
Traveling while Black: Storytelling through Twitter
A Dillette, S Benjamin
Critical Tourism Studies Proceedings 2017 (1), 110, 2017
Black Travel Movement: Systemic racism informing tourism
S Benjamin, AK Dillette
Annals of Tourism Research 88, 103169, 2021
Black travel tribes: An exploration of race and travel in America
AK Dillette
Consumer Tribes in Tourism, 39-51, 2021
Volunteer Tourism: Exploring the Perceptions of Bahamian Islanders and Student Volunteer Tourists
A Dillette
Dismantling the ivory tower: A narrative ethnography between two critical scholars
S Benjamin, A Dillette
Socialising Tourism, 129-143, 2021
The Black Travel Movement: A Catalyst for Social Change
A Dillette, S Benjamin
Journal of Travel Research, 0047287521993549, 2021
Black travel is not a monolith
A Dillette, S Benjamin
(Dis) connected organizational identity of multinational hotel corporations: Employee insights from a Mexican luxury hotel property
SSA Ponting, A Dillette
Tourism and Hospitality Research 21 (1), 86-98, 2021
Living in a Black and White world: The value of reflexivity in social equity research
A Dillette, S Benjamin
Black Travel: More than just a Movement
S Benjamin, A Dillette
A Systematic Framework of Experiential Learning: Challenging Educators to Make College more than an Aggregation of Credits
A Dillette, L Sipe
Creative Education 9 (09), 1426, 2018
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