Academic publications

Journal articles and book chapters

Salmela, Tarja, Äijälä, Mikko, Haanpää, Minni and García-Rosell, Jose-Carlos (forthcoming). Studying human-animal relations in tourism through videography. Tourism Geographies.

García-Rosell, José-Carlos. and Hancock, Philip (forthcoming). Working Animals, Ethics and Critical Theory. In Thomas, Nathalie (Ed) Animals and Business Ethics. Routledge: London.

 

Conference presentations

Garcia-Rosell, José-Carlos, Minni Haanpää and Dominika Klos (2018, September). Human-animal encounters in Nordic tourism: A study of user-generated content in social media. Paper presented at the Nordic Symposium of Tourism and Hospitality Research, Alta, Norway.

Garcia-Rosell, José-Carlos and Äijälä, Mikko (2018, June). Human-animal encounters in Arctic tourism. Keynote given at Polar Libraries Colloquy, Rovaniemi, Finland.

Salmela, Tarja, Äijälä, Mikko and García-Rosell, José-Carlos (2017, September). Insights into the certification of animal welfare in tourism. Paper presented at the international Conference – The Visitor Economy: Strategies and Innovations, Bournemouth, UK.

García-Rosell, José-Carlos and Hancock, Philip (2017, September). Christmas tourism and the cultivation and symbolism of Lapland’s reindeer. Paper presented at the international Conference – The Visitor Economy: Strategies and Innovations, Bournemouth, UK.

Äijälä, Mikko (2017, September). Animal agency in tourism: Sled dogs in Finnish Lapland. Paper presented at the international Conference – The Visitor Economy: Strategies and Innovations, Bournemouth, UK.

Salmela, Tarja, Haanpää, Minni, García-Rosell, José-Carlos and Äijälä, Mikko (2017, June). The human-animal relations in academic fieldwork: Conducting videography with/as animals. Paper presented at The 2nd Peaceful Coexistence Colloquium: Reimagining Ethics and Politics of Space for the Anthropocene, Pyhä, Finland.

Äijälä, Mikko, García-Rosell, José-Carlos and Hakkarainen, Maria (2017, April).  Eläinten arvo matkailussa [The value of animals in tourism]. Paper presented at Eläintutkimuspäivät – arvokas eläin [Societal Animal Studies Conference – Valuable Animal], Helsinki, Finland.

Garcia-Rosell, José-Carlos and Äijälä, Mikko (2017, March). Tourists’ attitudes towards the use of animals in tourism: Insights from Finnish Lapland.  XI Finnish Tourism and Leisure Research Symposium, Oulu, Finland.

García-Rosell, José-Carlos and Philip Hancock (2016, July). You Can’t Eat Rudolph! Lapland’s Reindeer – Between Carnal Cultivation and Magical Symbolism. Paper presented at Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism (SCOS), Uppsala, Sweden.

 

Doctoral thesis

Äijälä, Mikko (forthcoming). Non-human Agency in Interaction: Study of Human-Dog Relations in Tourism. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi.

 

Master thesis

Kumpuniemi, Tiina (2017). Meaning production through animal pictures in marketing communication: A semiotic image-analysis of Ranua Wildlife Park’s website. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi. (in Finnish)

Alekova, Gergana (forthcoming). A vegan perspective on animal-based tourism services. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi.

Fesenko, Ivan (forthcoming). A sensory approach to animal-based tourism experience in Finnish Lapland. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi.

Sinitcyn, Mikhail (forthcoming). Insights into ethical values of tourism employees working with animals. Lapland University Press, Rovaniemi.