Items where Subject is "175 Ethics of recreation & leisure"

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Elmeligi, Sarah, Nevin, Owen, Taylor, Julie and Convery, Ian (2019) Visitor attitudes and expectations of grizzly bear management in the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism . (Submitted to Publisher)
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Fowler, Mick (2017) On thin ice: business ethics and climbing ethics. In: IFLAS seminar, 25 April 2017, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)
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Greenwood, Anthony and Tate, Joanna (2017) Developing and growing knowledge within rural tourism enterprises. In: Oriade, Ade and Robinson, Peter, (eds.) Rural tourism and enterprise: management, marketing and sustainability. CABI Tourism Texts . CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 173-190.

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Hope, Douglas G. (2015) Whatever happened to 'rational' holidays for working people c.1919-2000? The competing demands of altruism and commercial necessity in the Co-operative Holidays Association and Holiday Fellowship. Doctoral thesis, University of Cumbria (awarded by Lancaster University).
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Huggins, Mike (2013) Book review: The foxhunting controversy 1781-2004: class and cruelty. Sport in History, 33 (3). pp. 402-404.
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Lowney, A. and Nevin, Owen (2010) Impacts of mountain bike trails on red squirrel populations (Sciurus vulgaris) in Northern England. In: 24th International Congress for Conservation Biology: Conservation for a Changing Planet, 3-7 July 2010, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Unpublished)

Loynes, Christopher and Mcphie, Jamie (2020) Swallows and Amazons and the changing place of adventure in society. In: Negotiating a Cultural Landscape: Writers and Artists in the Lakes, 6 January 2020, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)

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Nevin, Owen (2006) Can we afford to let the public visit prime habitat for recreation? Spatial and temporal impacts of human activity on habitat use by brown bears. In: 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology: Diversity for Europe: Learning from Other Continents, 22-26 August 2006, Eger, Hungary. (Unpublished)
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Nevin, Owen (2006) Can we afford to let the public visit prime habitat for recreation? Spatial and temporal impacts of human activity on habitat use by brown bears. In: Science Week 2006 (Britain's Top Young Scientists), March 2006, UK Parliament, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Nevin, Owen (2010) Importing carnivore encounters: conservation and ecotourism in a new carbon economy. In: 24th International Congress for Conservation Biology: Conservation for a changing planet, 3-7 July 2010, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Unpublished)

Nevin, Owen (2005) Measuring the cost of risk avoidance: evidence of positive impacts of ecotourism. In: Science week 2005 (Britain's Top Young Scientists), March 2005, UK Parliament, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Nevin, Owen and Gilbert, Barrie K. (2000) Evaluation of a model bear viewing programme at Glendale River with policy recommendations. Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, Utah State University, Utah, US. (Unpublished)
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Nevin, Owen and Gilbert, Barrie K. (2001) Further analysis of human-bear interactions: a supplement to "BC bear viewing: an analysis of bear-human interactions, economic and social dimensions with recommendations for best practices". Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, US. (Unpublished)
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Nevin, Owen and Gilbert, Barrie K. (2005) Measuring the cost of risk avoidance in brown bears: further evidence of positive impacts of ecotourism. Biological Conservation, 123 (4). pp. 453-460.

Nevin, Owen and Gilbert, Barrie K. (2005) Perceived risk, displacement and refuging in brown bears: positive impacts of ecotourism? Biological Conservation, 121 (4). pp. 611-622.

Nevin, Owen and Swain, Peter (2005) Economics of grizzly bear viewing: a tool for preservation of high density landscape in British Colombia? In: 16th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, 27 September - 1 October 2005, Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy. (Unpublished)
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Nevin, Owen and Swain, Peter (2007) Incorporating the value of watchable wildlife in the landuse planning process: values and impacts of British Columbia's bear-viewing industry. In: 18th International Conference on Bear Research & Management, 4-11 November 2007, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México. (Unpublished)

Nevin, Owen, Swain, Peter and Ramsey, Andrew D. (2006) Land valuation and the economics of ecotourism: a tool for the preservation of high diversity landscapes? In: 1st European Congress of Conservation Biology (ECCB): Diversity for Europe: Learning from Other Continents, 22-26 August 2006, Eger, Hungary. (Unpublished)

Noto La Diega, Guido, Bessant, Claire, Thanaraj, Ann, Giles, Cameron, Kreitem, Hanna and Allsopp, Rachel (2018) “The internet: to regulate or not to regulate?” Submission to House of Lords Select Committee on Communications' inquiry.
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Peck, Frank (2018) Setting direction of travel. In Cumbria Magazine, 2018 (April). pp. 52-53.
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Peck, Frank (2017) A fine taste for business. In Cumbria Magazine, 2017 (Sept). p. 17.
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Rawles, Kate (2013) Outdoor adventure in a carbon-light era. In: Pike, Elizabeth C.J. and Beames, Simon, (eds.) Outdoor adventure and social theory. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK, pp. 147-158.

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Wiscombe, Caroline, Dobson, Charles, Heyworth-Thomas, Elizabeth, Maynard, Lucy and Ryder, Sandy (2017) Social enterprise and the rural landscape. In: Oriade, Ade and Robinson, Peter, (eds.) Rural tourism and enterprise: management, marketing and sustainability. CABI Tourism Texts . CAB International, Wallingford, UK, pp. 68-85.

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