Kathleen Andereck

Kathleen Andereck

Professor & Director, Hainan University/ASU Joint International Tourism College (HAITC)
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
4020
Professor
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
4020
Director & Professor
Faculty w/Admin Appointment
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
4020

Biography

Professor Kathleen Andereck serves as the Vice Dean of the Hainan University-Arizona State University International Tourism College in Haikou, Hainan Province, China. Her research focuses on the tourism experience from the perspective of both visitors and residents particularly as it applies to sustainable tourism. Professor Andereck has done research work with a diversity of organizations and agencies at the federal and state level including the Bureau of Land Management, the USDA Forest Service, the Arizona Office of Tourism and the Arizona Department of Transportation as well as individual organizations and communities. She has published this work in numerous academic journals including the top-tier publications in tourism studies. She has also presented many papers at national and international conference. Professor Andereck is active in a number of other local and national organizations. She is an associate editor for three academic journals.

Fax

(602) 496-0953

Education

  • Ph.D. Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Clemson University 1989
  • M.S. Recreation and Resources Development, Texas A & M University 1986
  • B.S. Natural Resource Management, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.Minors: Environmental Education/Interpretation and Biology 1983

Research Interests

 

The Tourism and Recreation Experience; Sustainable Tourism; Community-Based Tourism; Tourism and Quality of Life; Resident Attitudes toward Tourism; Volunteer Tourism; Tourism Marketing

Publications

Peer reviewed journal papers

  • Aquino, J.F.* and Andereck, K.L. (2018). Volunteer tourists’ perceptions of their impacts in vulnerable communities. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(11):1967-1983.
  • Buzinde, C.N., Vogt, C.A., Andereck, K.L., Pham, L.H, Ngo, L.T. and Do, H.H. (2018). Tourism students’ motivational orientations: The case of Vietnam. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 23(1):68-78
  • Olsen, Lana M.*, Vogt, C. and Andereck, K. (2017). Sustaining the common good: Tourism professional motives to volunteer for the tourism industry. Tourism Recreation Research, 43(1):68-81.
  • Zhao, S.*, Nyaupane, G.P., Andereck, K.L. (2015). Exploring the differences between educational and escapist experience stagers: A multiperspective approach. Tourism Review International, 19(3): 105-122.
  • Nyaupane, G.P. and Andereck, K.L. (2014). Visitors to cultural heritage attractions: An activity-based integrated typology. Tourism, Culture and Communication, 14:17-26.
  • Paris, C.M.*, Knopf, R.C. and Andereck, K.L. (2014). Tourism visioning: Implementing a primary stakeholder approach. Tourism Review International, 17(4): 267-282.
  • Andereck, K.L., McGehee, N.G., Lee, S* and Clemmons, D. (2012). Experience expectations of prospective volunteer tourists. Journal of Travel Research 51: 130-141.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Nyaupane, G.P. (2011). Exploring the nature of tourism and quality of life perceptions among residents. Journal of Travel Research, 50: 248-260.
  • Chhabra, D., Andereck. K., Yamanoi, K.* and Plunkett, D.* (2011). Gender equity and social marketing: An analysis of tourism advertisements. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 28: 111-128.
  • Lietz, C., Andereck, K., & Knopf, R. (2010). The breakthrough series collaborative on service integration: A mixed methods study of a strengths-based initiative. Advances in Social Work, 11: 248-266.
  • Chhabra, D., Andereck, K., Yamanoi, K.* and Plunkett, D.* (2009). Gender depictions and lagging effects. (Research Note). Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 20(2): 16-21.
  • Chhabra, D. and Andereck, K. (2009). Proposing perception-based unique marketing strategies for gamblers. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 26(4): 364-382.
  • Andereck, K.L. (2009). Tourists’ Perceptions of environmentally responsible innovations at tourism businesses. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(4): 489-499.
  • McGehee, N.G. and Andereck, K.L. (2009). Volunteer tourism and the “voluntoured”: The case of Tijuana, Mexico. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(1): 39-51.
  • Nyaupane, G.P., McCabe, J. and Andereck, K.L. (2008). Seniors’ travel constraints: Stepwise logistic regression analysis. Tourism Analysis, 13(4): 341-354.
  • Nyaupane, G.P. and Andereck, K.L. (2008). Understanding travel barriers: Application and extension of a leisure constraints model. Journal of Travel Research, 45(4):433-439.
  • Hodge, D.R., Andereck, K. and Montoya, H. (2007).  Examining the protective influence of spiritual/religious life-style profiles on tobacco smoking, alcohol use, and gambling frequency and expenditures: A cluster analytic approach.  Social Work Research, 31(4):211-219.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Knopf, R.C. (2007). The relationship between experiences sought, preferred settings, resource conditions, and management preferences in an urban-proximate recreation area. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 25(4):39-61.
  • Andereck, K.L., Valentine, K.M.*, Vogt, C.A. and Knopf, R.C. (2007).  A cross-cultural analysis of tourism and quality of life perceptions. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 15:483-502.
  • Hodge, D.R., Andereck, K. and Montoya, H. (2007). Spiritual/religious life-style profiles and community substance abuse perceptions: An exploratory study among a predominantly Hispanic population in the American southwest. Journal of Social Service Research, 34(1):43-54.
  • Silberman, J. and Andereck, K.L. (2006). The economic value of off-highway vehicle recreation. Journal of Leisure Research, 38:208-223.
  • Fitzpatrick, T.R., McCabe, J., Gitelson, R., and Andereck, K. (2005). Factors that influence perceived social and health benefits of attendance at senior centers. Activities, Adaptations and Aging, 30:23-45.
  • Andereck, K.L., Valentine, K.M.*, Knopf, R.C. and Vogt, C.A. (2005). Residents’ perceptions of tourism related community impacts. Annals of Tourism Research, 32:1056-1076.
  • Andereck, K.L. (2005). Evaluation of a tourist brochure. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 18(2):1-13.
  • Fitzpatrick, T.R., Gitelson, R.J., Andereck, K.L. and Mesbur, E.S. (2005).  Social support factors and health among a senior center population in southern Ontario, Canada. Social Work in Health Care, 40(3):15-37.
  • McGehee, N.G. and Andereck, K.L. (2004). Factors influencing residents’ support of tourism. Journal of Travel Research, 43:131-140.
  • Vogt, C.A. and Andereck, K.L. (2003).  Destination perceptions across a vacation. Journal of Travel Research, 41:348-354.
  • MacKay, K.J., Andereck, K.L. and Vogt, C.A. (2002). Understanding vacationing motorist niche markets.  Journal of Travel Research, 40:356-363.
  • Budruk, M.*, Schneider, I.E., Andereck, K.L. and Virden, R.J. (2002). Crowding and satisfaction among visitors to a build desert environment.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 20(3):1-17.
  • Andereck, K.L., Vogt, C.A., Larkin, K.* and Freye, K.* (2001). Differences between motorized and nonmotorized trail users.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19:62-77.
  • Wang, Y.*, Andereck, K.L. and Vogt, C.A. (2000).  Constraints to college students’ participation in educational travel.  Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 15:63-78.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Vogt, C.A. (2000). The relationship between residents’ attitudes toward tourism and tourism development options. Journal of Travel Research, 39(1):27-36.
  • Andereck, K.L. (1997). Case study of a multi-agency partnership: Effectiveness and constraints. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 15(2):44-60.
  • Andereck, K.L. (1997).  Territorial functioning in a tourism setting.  Annals of Tourism Research, 24(3):706-720.
  • Andereck, K.L. (1995). The Arizona rural tourism development program. Women in Natural Resources, 16(4):8-12.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Caldwell, L.L. (1994). Variable selection in tourism market segmentation models.  Journal of Travel Research, 33(2):40-46.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Caldwell, L.L. (1994). Motive based market segmentation of a public zoological park.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 12(2):19-31.
  • Caldwell, L.L. and Andereck, K.L. (1994). Motives for initiating and continuing membership in recreation related voluntary associations.  Leisure Sciences, 16(1):33-40.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Becker, R.H. (1993). The effects of density on perceived crowding in a built recreation environment. Journal of Applied Recreation Research, 18(3):165-197.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Caldwell, L.L. (1993).  The influence of tourists' characteristics on ratings of information sources for an attraction. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 2(2/3):171-189.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Becker, R.H. (1993). Perceptions of carry-over crowding in recreation environments. Leisure Sciences, 15(1):25-35.
  • Gramann, J.H. and Andereck, K.L. (1990). A human ecological analysis of response to changes in public education policy.  The Social Science Journal, 27(3):327-338.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Gramann, J.H. (1989). The effect of a state education reform act on environmental education and interpretive facilities.  Journal of Environmental Education, 20(3):15-19.
  • Reid, L.J. and Andereck, K.L. (1989). Statistical analyses use in tourism research.  Journal of Travel Research, 28(2):21-24.

Book chapters

  • Buzinde, C., Shockley, G., Andereck, K., Dee, E., and Frank, P. (2017). Theorizing social entrepreneurship within tourism studies. In P. Sheldon and R. Daniele (eds.) Social Entrepreneurship and Tourism, pp. 21-34. Cham, Switzerland: Spring Publishing International.
  • Pachmayer, A.*, Andereck, K. and Goodman, R. (2017). Internationalizing the tourism curriculum via study abroad. In P. Beckendorf and A. Zehrer (eds.) Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Tourism, pp.336-350. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Pachmayer, A.*, Zhao, S.* and Andereck, K. (2015). Theoretical perspectives in the study of study of community residents and tourism. In K. Bricker and H. Donohoe (eds.) Demystifying Theories in Tourism Research. Boston, MA: CAB International.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Nyaupane, G.P. (2011). Development of a tourism and quality of life instrument.  In M. Budruk and R. Phillips (eds.) Quality of Life Community Indicators for Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Social Indicators Research Series 43, pp. 95-114. New York: Springer Science+Media.
  • Myers, D., Budruk, M., and Andereck, K. (2011). Stakeholder involvement in destination level sustainable tourism indicator development: The case of southwestern U.S. mining town. In M. Budruk and R. Phillips (eds.) Quality of Life Community Indicators for Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, Social Indicators Research Series 43, pp.185-200. New York: Springer Science+Media.
  • Andereck, K.L. (2011). Inferential analysis of data. In E. Sirakaya-Turk, M. Uysal, W.E. Hammitt and J.J. Vaske (eds.) Research Methods for Leisure, Recreation and Tourism. Cambridge, MA: CAB International.
  • Andereck, K.L. (2011). Push and pull motives (section in a chapter). In J.R. Walker and J.T. Walker (eds.) Tourism: Concepts and Practices. New York: Prentice Hall.
  • Andereck, K.L. and McGehee, N.G. (2008). The attitudes of residents toward tourism. In S.G. McCool and R.N. Moisey (eds.) Tourism, Recreation and Sustainability: Linking Culture and the Environment, pp. 236-259. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.     
  • McGehee, N.G. and Andereck, K.L. (2008).  “Pettin’ the critters”: Exploring the complex relationship between volunteers and the voluntoured in McDowell County, WV, USA and Tijuana, Mexico. In K. Lyons and S. Wearing (eds.).  Journeys of Discovery in Volunteer Tourism: International Case Study Perspectives, pp. 12-24. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.
  • Andereck, K., Bricker, K., Kerstetter, D., and Nickerson, N. (2005). Connecting experiences to quality: Understanding the meanings behind visitors’ experience. In G. Jennings and N. Nickerson (eds.) Quality Tourism Experiences, pp. 136-154. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
  • Andereck, K. and Jurowski, C. (2005). Tourism and quality of life. In G. Jennings and N. Nickerson (eds.) Quality Tourism Experiences, pp. 81-98. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
  • Knopf, R.C. and Andereck, K.L. (2004). Managing depreciative behavior in natural settings: A review of research and implications for management. In M.J. Manfredo, J.J. Vaske, B.L. Bruyere, D.R. Field and P.J. Brown (eds.) Society and Natural Resources: A Summary of Knowledge, pp. 305-314. Jefferson, MO: Modern Litho.
  • Andereck, K.L. and Caldwell, L.L. (1993).  The influence of tourists' characteristics on ratings of information sources for an attraction.  In M. Uysal and D.R. Fesenmaier (eds.) Communication and Channel Systems in Tourism Marketing.  New York: The Haworth Press. (reprint)

Research Activity

Courses

Spring 2021
Course NumberCourse Title
ENG 107First-Year Composition
POS 110American Government & Politics
CRD 191First-Year Seminar
CRD 799Dissertation
Fall 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
ENG 108First-Year Composition
COM 225Public Speaking
CRD 799Dissertation
Spring 2020
Course NumberCourse Title
ENG 107First-Year Composition
ENG 108First-Year Composition
POS 110American Government & Politics
CRD 191First-Year Seminar
COM 225Public Speaking
CRD 792Research
CRD 799Dissertation
Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
ASU 101-CPPThe ASU Experience
PRM 120Leisure and Quality of Life
CRD 795Continuing Registration
Summer 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
CRD 595Continuing Registration
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
TDM 205Intro to Travel and Tourism
CRD 690Reading and Conference
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
ASU 101-CPPThe ASU Experience
CRD 799Dissertation
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
CRD 592Research
CRD 595Continuing Registration
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
ENG 107First-Year Composition
CRD 191First-Year Seminar
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
ASU 101-CPPThe ASU Experience
CRD 500Research Methods
CRD 595Continuing Registration
CRD 599Thesis
CRD 620Community Research Methods
CRD 792Research
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CRD 592Research
CRD 595Continuing Registration
CRD 792Research
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CRD 592Research
CRD 595Continuing Registration
CRD 792Research
CRD 799Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CRD 500Research Methods
CRD 595Continuing Registration
CRD 599Thesis
CRD 620Community Research Methods
CRD 795Continuing Registration
CRD 799Dissertation