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Article

Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne (2013) The creation of closeness: identity tourists in Who do you think you are? Tourism Analysis, 18 (3). pp. 313-322. ISSN 1083-5423

Bergin-Seers, Suzanne, Breen, John P and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2008) The Determinants and Barriers Affecting Innovation Management in SMTEs in the Tourist Park Sector. Tourism Recreation Research, 33 (3). pp. 245-253. ISSN 0250-8281

Robertson, Martin, Chambers, Donna and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2007) Events and Festivals: Current Trends and Issues. Managing Leisure, 12 (2/3). pp. 99-101. ISSN 1360-6719

Book Section

White, Leanne (2013) Marvellous, murderous and macabre Melbourne: taking a walk on the dark side. In: Dark tourism and place identity : managing and interpreting dark places. White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 217-235.

White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2013) Beyond the dark side: research directions for dark tourism. In: Dark tourism and place identity : managing and interpreting dark places. White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 276-282.

White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2013) Exploring dark tourism and place identity. In: Dark tourism and place identity : managing and interpreting dark places. White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 1-10.

White, Leanne (2011) The role of the horse in Australian Tourism and National Identity. In: Tourism and National Identities: An International Perspective. Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 65-76.

White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2011) Tourism and National Identities: Connections and Conceptualisations. In: Tourism and National Identities: An International Perspective. Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 1-10.

Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne (2011) Research Directions for Tourism and National Identities. In: Tourism and National Identities: An International Perspective. Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne, eds. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford, pp. 215-218.

Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne (2007) Australia Day Alternative Events: An Exploration of National Identity and Nationalism. In: Fourth International Event Research Conference : re-evaluating the city/town : events as a catalyst for change, 11th to 12th July, 2007, Melbourne Australia. O'Mahony, Barry G, Harris, Rob and Mair, Judith, eds. Victoria University, Melbourne, Victoria.

Bergin-Seers, Suzanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann (2006) A framework for the successful start-up of small nature based tourism operations. In: ICSB World Conference 2006 unique solutions for unique environments : conference programme & book of abstracts, 18th to 21st June 2006, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. International Council for Small Business (ICSB), Melbourne.

White, Leanne ORCID: 0000-0002-7898-0091 and Frew, Elspeth Ann (0201) Australia Celebrates: An Exploration of Australia Day Festivals and National Identity. In: The Routledge Handbook of Festivals. Mair, Judith, ed. Routledge Handbooks . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 323-331.

Book

White, Leanne and Frew, Elspeth Ann, eds. (2013) Dark tourism and place identity : managing and interpreting dark places. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford.

Frew, Elspeth Ann and White, Leanne, eds. (2011) Tourism and National Identities: An International Perspective. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge, Oxford.

Thesis

Frew, Elspeth Ann (2000) Industrial Tourism: A Conceptual and Empirical Analysis. PhD thesis, Victoria University.