His main research concerns Tourism, Marketing, Ecotourism, Tourism geography and Climate change. The various areas that James Higham examines in his Tourism study include Public economics, Development economics, Greenhouse gas, Consumer behaviour and Sustainability. His work carried out in the field of Marketing brings together such families of science as Sociological imagination, Environmental impact assessment and Public relations.
His Ecotourism research incorporates elements of Wildlife conservation, Ecology, Environmental resource management and Contradiction. His Tourism geography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sport management, Tourist attraction, Promotion and Destinations. His Global warming study, which is part of a larger body of work in Climate change, is frequently linked to Mythology, bridging the gap between disciplines.
James Higham mainly investigates Tourism, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Sustainability. James Higham is interested in Tourism geography, which is a field of Tourism. Within one scientific family, James Higham focuses on topics pertaining to Greenhouse gas under Climate change, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public economics.
His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Ecotourism, Nature tourism and Wildlife management. His Environmental planning course of study focuses on Wildlife and Hospitality management studies. His Sustainability research includes elements of Environmental protection and Sustainable development.
James Higham mostly deals with Tourism, Climate change, Environmental planning, Anthropocene and Outer space. James Higham integrates many fields, such as Tourism and Resilience, in his works. When carried out as part of a general Climate change research project, his work on Global warming is frequently linked to work in Mode, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His work deals with themes such as Whale watching, Restoration ecology and Environmental philosophy, which intersect with Environmental planning. James Higham has included themes like Space, Space tourism, Construct and Vision in his Anthropocene study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Outer space, Futures contract are connected with Scale and Sustainable tourism and other disciplines.
Tourism, Mobilities, Work, Climate change and Academic community are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Situational ethics, Marketing and Value in his study of Tourism. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Mobilities and Co presence via his papers.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Natural resource economics and Carbon management. Among his Academic community studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Qualitative interviews, Pedagogy and Publishing.
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Sport tourism development
Thomas Hinch;James E. S. Higham.
Sport tourism: a framework for research
T. D. Hinch;J. E. S. Higham.
International Journal of Tourism Research (2001)
Commentary - Sport as an Avenue of Tourism Development: An Analysis of the Positive and Negative Impacts of Sport Tourism
Current Issues in Tourism (1999)
Tourism, sport and seasons: the challenges and potential of overcoming seasonality in the sport and tourism sectors
James Higham;Tom Hinch.
Tourism Management (2002)
Tourism, recreation and climate change.
C. M. Hall;James E. S. Higham.
Tourism, recreation and climate change. (2005)
Managing the impacts of dolphin-based tourism through the definition of critical habitats: the case of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops spp.) in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand
Twenty-five years of sustainable tourism and the Journal of Sustainable Tourism: looking back and moving forward
Bill Bramwell;James Higham;Bernard Lane;Graham Miller.
Critical Issues in Ecotourism: understanding a complex tourism phenomenon
James E. S Higham.
Sustainable Market Orientation: A New Approach to Managing Marketing Strategy
Robert W. Mitchell;Ben Wooliscroft;James Higham.
Journal of Macromarketing (2010)
Binge flying: Behavioural addiction and climate change
Scott A. Cohen;James E. S. Higham;Christina T. Cavaliere.
Annals of Tourism Research (2011)
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