Adam Doering
Adam Doering
Associate Professor, Faculty of Tourism, Wakayama University
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The energy cultures framework: Exploring the role of norms, practices and material culture in shaping energy behaviour in New Zealand
J Stephenson, B Barton, G Carrington, A Doering, R Ford, D Hopkins, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 7, 117-123, 2015
1092015
Beyond the biosphere: tourism, outer space, and sustainability
S Spector, JES Higham, A Doering
Tourism Recreation Research 42 (3), 273-283, 2017
292017
Conceptualizing transport transitions: Energy Cultures as an organizing framework
J Stephenson, D Hopkins, A Doering
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment 4 (4), 354-364, 2015
292015
Mobilising Stoke: A Genealogy of Surf Tourism Development in Miyazaki, Japan
A Doering
Tourism Planning & Development 15 (1), 68-81, 2018
182018
The emergence of the DMO concept in Japan: Confusion, contestation and acceptance
H Nagai, A Doering, Y Yashima
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 9, 377-380, 2018
102018
Exploring stability and change in transport systems: combining Delphi and system dynamics approaches
D Rees, J Stephenson, D Hopkins, A Doering
Transportation 44 (4), 789-805, 2017
92017
From he’e nalu to olympic sport: A century of surfing evolution
A Doering
Sport Tourism Development, 3rd ed.; Hinch, T., Higham, J., Eds, 200-203, 2018
72018
Mobilities for Tourism Studies and "Beyond"
A Doering, T Duncan
Tourism Analysis 21 (1), 47-59, 2016
62016
Lifestyle Sports in East Asia
C Evers, A Doering
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 43 (5), 386-406, 2019
52019
Energy Transitions: Lighting in Vanuatu
S Walton, R Ford, CA Gabriel, A Doering
52014
Maintaining Masculinities in Japan’s Transnational Surfscapes: Space, Place, and Gender
A Doering, C Evers
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 43 (5), 386-406, 2019
42019
Sport, tourism and identity: Japan, rugby union and the transcultural maul
TD Hinch, JES Higham, A Doering
Sport and Contested Identities, 191-206, 2017
32017
The early emergence of the Japanese DMO: Preliminary insights from Miyazaki, Japan
H Nagai, A Doering, Y Yashima
CAUTHE 2017: Time For Big Ideas? Re-thinking The Field For Tomorrow, 635, 2017
32017
Transport transitions in New Zealand: a scoping study
R Ford, A Doering, J Stephenson
Centre for Sustainability, University of Otago, 2014
32014
Freedom and belonging up in the air: Reconsidering the travel ideal with Jean-Luc Nancy
A Doering
Motion pictures: Travel ideals in film, 109-134, 2016
22016
The increased usage of the English term'DMO'in a Japanese context: An analysis of five major national newspapers
H Nagai, E Makino, S Kashiwagi, A Doering, Y Yashima
CAUTHE 2018: Get Smart: Paradoxes and Possibilities in Tourism, Hospitality …, 2018
12018
Tourism Imaginaries: Anthropological Approaches
A Doering
Annals of Tourism Research, 222-223, 2015
12015
Independent completion report: lighting Vanuatu
D Swete-Kelly, A Doering, R Ford, CA Gabriel, S Walton
12014
"Don't just visit. Live it!": A descriptive study of Japan exchange and teaching programme participants' experiences in Miyazaki prefecture
A Doering
Masters Thesis, University of Otago, 2007
12007
COVID-19 the intruder: A brief philosophical reflection on strangeness and hospitality
AM Munar, A Doering
Hospitality Insights 4 (2), 5-6, 2020
2020
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