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Sheppard, Valerie A.
Ethics, tourists, and the
practices of the North American cruise ship industry: A comparison
study of the
ethical standards of Alaskan and Caribbean cruise ship tourists
MA, Brock University, Canada, 2005, 251 pages
Ray, Rahul Edward
Assessing the spatial and resource
management implications of cruise ship tourism on British Columbia's
MRM, Simon Fraser University,
2004, 218 pages
Coggins, Andrew Oscar, Jr.
What makes a passenger ship a legend: The
future of the concept of
the passenger shipping industry
Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
2004, 488 pages.
we having fun yet?" An ethnographic study of a group cruise tour
Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State
2003, 242 pages
DuPont, Scott Craig
"Cruising for a bruising": Criminal
jurisdiction aboard cruise ships
M.P.P., Regent University,
2003, 57 pages
international cruise lines restored their
image after the 2002 Norwalk
of the Pacific, 2003, 69
Baker, David Mc.Arthur
Occupational choice: Adolescents'
interests and perceptions of tourism and hospitality careers
Ph.D., Southern Illinois
University at Carbondale,
2003, 183 pages
The McDonaldization of the cruise industry?
Tourism, consumption, and customer
of Toronto, Canada,
2003, 435 pages
Fogg, Jeth Al
Cruise ship port planning factors
Florida International University, 2001, 126 pages
Chase, Gregory Lee
The economic impact of cruise ships in
the 1990s: Some evidence from the Caribbean
Ph.D., Kent State University, 2001, 150 pages
A survey of the cruise ship industry,
M.A., FloridaAtlanticUniversity, 1991, 109 pages
Cruise ships and small island
economies: Some evidence from the Caribbean
Ph.D., Kent State University, 1989, 195 pages
Misenhimer, Sheryl Stansberry,
Cruise ship participation and its effect on
M.S., California State University, Long
Beach, 1988, 58 pages
cruising: a study of affirmative deviance
Ph.D., Murdoch Univsity, 1985