Aggie Wegner
Aggie Wegner
Deputy Head of School, CDU Business School, Charles Darwin University
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Advancing conceptual understanding of partnerships between protected area agencies and the tourism industry: A postdisciplinary and multi-theoretical approach
JH Laing, D Lee, SA Moore, A Wegner, B Weiler
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 17 (2), 207-229, 2009
Policy fuzz and fuzzy logic: Researching contemporary Indigenous education and parent–school engagement in north Australia
T Lea, H Thompson, E McRae‐Williams, A Wegner
Journal of Education Policy 26 (3), 321-339, 2011
Consideration of biodiversity in environmental impact assessment in Western Australia: practitioner perceptions
A Wegner, SA Moore, J Bailey
Environmental impact assessment review 25 (2), 143-162, 2005
Importance of public information and perception for managing recreational activities in the Peel-Harvey estuary, Western Australia
M Lepesteur, A Wegner, SA Moore, A McComb
Journal of environmental management 87 (3), 389-395, 2008
Understanding partnerships for protected area tourism: learning from the literature.
JH Laing, A Wegner, S Moore, B Weiler, S Pfueller, D Lee, J Macbeth, ...
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2008
Problematising school space for Indigenous education: Teachers’ and parents’ perspectives
T Lea, A Wegner, E McRae-Williams, R Chenhall, C Holmes
Ethnography and Education 6 (3), 265-280, 2011
Important ‘ingredients’ for successful tourism/protected area partnerships: partners' policy recommendations
A Wegner, D Lee, B Weiler
The Service Industries Journal 30 (10), 1643-1650, 2010
Indigenous/Aboriginal tourism research in Australia (2000–2008): Industry lessons and future research needs
P Tremblay, A Wegner
Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism, 2009
Parent-school engagement: exploring the concept of'invisible'Indigenous parents in three north Australian school communities
RD Chenhall, C Holmes, T Lea, K Senior, A Wegner
An email-based Delphi approach to tourism program evaluation: Involving stakeholders in research design
J Northcote, D Lee, S Chok, A Wegner
Current Issues in Tourism 11 (3), 269-279, 2008
Designing and testing a park-based visitor survey
S Darcy, G Crilley, SA Moore, A Smith, R Taplin, T Griffin, A Wegner, ...
CRC For Sustainable Tourism, 2009
The costs and implications of inter-firm collaboration in remote area tourism
P Tremblay, A Wegner
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2009
Tourism–protected area partnerships in Australia: designing and managing for success
S Moore, B Weiler, G Croy, JH Laing, D Lee, M Lockwood, S Pfueller, ...
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2009
Identifying success factors behind partnerships for managing recreation and tourism in urban fringe parks
J Laing, SA Moore, A Wegner, B Weiler
Annals of leisure research 11 (1-2), 101-122, 2008
Determinants of tourist satisfaction with national park guides and facilities in the Galápagos
KK Zander, A Saeteros, D Orellana, VT Granda, A Wegner, A Izurietah, ...
International Journal of Tourism Sciences 16 (1-2), 60-82, 2016
Building better collaborative management between protected area managers and the tourism industry
A Wegner, SA Moore, J Macbeth
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 11 (2), 123-128, 2004
Parent-school engagement: Exploring the concept of ‘invisible’Indigenous parents in three north Australian communities
T Lea, C Holmes, R Chenhall, K Senior, A Wegner
The Northern InstituteCharles Darwin University, 2011
Dealing with complexity in tourism settings: the applicability of the'Resilient Futures Process' to the management of tourism resources
A Wegner, HE Allison, P Tremblay
An Email-Based Delphi. Approach to tourism program evaluation: Current stakeholders in research design
J Northcote, D Lee, S Chok, A Wegner
Current Issues in tourism 11 (3), 296-297, 2008
Designing and testing a park-based visitor survey for protected areas in Western Australia
SA Moore, G Crilley, S Darcy, T Griffin, R Taplin, J Tonge, A Wegener, ...
Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2009
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