Publications by: Joseph Reser

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Bentrupperbaumer, Joan, and Reser, Joseph (2008) Encountering a World heritage landscape: community and visitor perspectives and experiences. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 387-397.

Reser, Joseph, and Bentrupperbaumer, Joan (2008) Framing and researching the impacts of visitation and use in protected areas. In: Stork, Nigel E., and Turton, Stephen M., (eds.) Living in a Dynamic Tropical Forest Landscape. Blackwell Publishing, Carlton, VIC, Australia, pp. 420-429.

Dillon, Denise, Cottrell, David, and Reser, Joseph (2008) Group differences in word use and meaning: a text analysis of the abstract word, values. In: Proceedings of JADT 2008 9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data (1). From: JADT 9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data, 12-14 Mar 2008, Lyon, France.

Bentrupperbaumer, Joan M., Day, Tara J., and Reser, Joseph P. (2006) Uses, meanings, and understandings of values in the environmental and protected area arena: a consideration of "World Heritage" values. Society & Natural Resources, 19 (8). pp. 723-741.

Reser, Joseph P., and Bentrupperbaumer, Joan M. (2005) What and where are environmental values? assessing the impacts of current diversity of use of ‘environmental’ and ‘World Heritage’ values. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 25 (2). pp. 125-146.

Dillon, Denise, Reser, Joseph, and Cottrell, David (2005) The meanings of values in a wet tropics world heritage context: social representations and rhetoric. In: Proceedings of the Ecopolitics XVI Conference, - . From: Ecopolitics XVI: transforming environmental governance for the 21st century, 4-6 July 2005, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

Reser, Joseph P., and Bentrupperbäumer, Joan M. (2005) The psychosocial impacts of visitation and use in World Heritage areas: research and monitoring sustainable environments and encounters. In: Filho, Walter Leal, (ed.) Handbook of Sustainability Research. Environmental Education, Communication and Sustainability (20). Peter Lang , Frankfurt, Germany, pp. 235-263.

Reser, Joseph P. (2004) What does it mean to say that Aboriginal suicide is different? Differing cultures, accounts, and idioms of distress in the context of indigenous youth suicide. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2. pp. 34-53.

Reser, Joseph P. (2004) The experience of natural disasters: psychological perspectives and understandings. In: Stoitman, Joseph P., Lidstone, John, and DeChano, Lisa M., (eds.) International Perspectives on Natural Disasters: occurrence, mitigation and consequences. Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research, 21 . Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 369-384.

Winefield, Anthony H., Montgomery, Bob, Gault, Una, Muller, Juanita, O'Gorman, John, Reser, Joseph, and Roland, David (2002) The psychology of work and unemployment in Australia today: an Australian psychological society discussion paper. Australian Psychologist, 37 (1). pp. 1-9.

Graham, Anne, Reser, Joseph, Scuderi, Carl, Zubrick, Stephen, Smith, Meg, and Turley, Bruce (2000) Suicide: an Australian Psychological Society discussion paper. Australian Psychologist, 35 (1). pp. 1-28.

Memmott, Paul, and Reser, Joseph (2000) Design concepts and processes for public aboriginal architecture. People and Physical Environment Research, 55-56. pp. 69-86.

Reser, Joseph, Bentrupperbaumer, Joan, and Pannell, Sandra (2000) Highway construction(s) and world heritage values: roads taken and roads forsaken in the cultural landscapes of the wet tropics of North Queensland and the Antipodean imaginary. People and Physical Environment Research, 55-56. pp. 38-53.

Macatol, Isolde, and Reser, Joseph (1999) A reconsideration of the nature and role of resettlement housing and housing materials in natural disaster recovery in indigenous communities. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 14 (4). pp. 33-41.

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