Research Output per year
Kim Nelson teaches in the school of hospitality and is an active early career researcher. Her PhD research innovatively combined narrative and creative research strategies to explore how the liminal tourism space of Niseko, Japan creates enhanced psycho-social space to explore new ways of living and working. She was awarded the best qualitative paper at the 2018 CAUTHE conference based on her PhD research.
Narrative and creative methodologies, tourism spaces, lifestyle migration, Japanese tourism, millennial tourism, Chinese tourism in Japan, tourism education, rural tourism.
PhD, Charles Sturt University
Award Date: 1 Jan 2019
Social Science Honours (1st Class) , Bachelor, Western Sydney University
Award Date: 1 Jan 2014
Award Date: 1 Jan 2001
#LookAtMe: Capturing NSW rural destination marketing managers perceptions of engaging the millennial market.Nelson, K., Bamberry, L. & Black, R., 13 Feb 2020, CAUTHE 2020: 20: 20 Vision: New Perspectives on the Diversity of Hospitality, Tourism and Events. Auckland, NZ: Auckland University of Technology
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
The storied self in tourism spaces: Qualitative narrative methodology as a framework for understanding self-identity in Niseko, JapanNelson, K., Ragusa, A. & Black, R., 2018, CAUTHE 2018: Get Smart: Paradoxes and Possibilities in Tourism, Hospitality and Events Education and Research: Proceedings of the 28th CAUTHE conference. University of Newcastle, p. 257-268 12 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter