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Dr IAQUINTO, Benjamin Lucca
PhD Melbourne
Visiting Fellow
Ben Iaquinto is an Australian human geographer with research and teaching experience in the areas of tourism, sustainability, urban studies and social research methods. He completed his PhD at the University of Melbourne’s School of Geography where he investigated the relationship between sustainability practices, mobility and place with backpacker tourists as the empirical basis. He has held research positions with the National Urban Water Governance Program, Monash Sustainability Enterprises and Monash Sustainability Institute and has held teaching positions at Monash University, the University of Melbourne and Hong Kong Baptist University. He is a former academy member of the Sustainable Society Institute at the University of Melbourne and is currently on the steering committee of the Australian Mobilities Network.
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Office: YEUNG-B7414
Phone: +852 3442 8931
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: biaquint@cityu.edu.hk
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Articles

Iaquinto, BL (2017) Attaining Urban Water Sustainability in Hong Kong: 3 Suggestions. Area doi:10.1111/area.12405

Iaquinto, BL (2017) Backpacker Mobilities: Inadvertent Sustainability Amidst the Fluctuating Pace of Travel. Mobilities 10.1080/17450101.2017.1394682

Iaquinto, BL (2017) Working Holiday Makers in Australia: food security, climate change and the ‘backpacker tax’. Geographical Research doi:10.1111/1745-5871.12261

Iaquinto, BL (2016) Strengths and weaknesses of using mixed methods to detect the sustainable practices of backpackers: a reflexive account. Journal of Cleaner Production 111: 479-486.

Iaquinto, BL (2015) “I recycle, I turn out the lights”: understanding the everyday sustainability practices of backpackers. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 23: 577-599.

Floyd, J, Iaquinto, BL, Ison, R and Collins, K (2014) Managing complexity in Australian urban water governance: Transitioning Sydney to a water sensitive city. Futures 61: 1-12.
 
Book Chapters

Iaquinto, BL (in press) A mixed methods approach in tourism research. In Qualitative Methods in Tourism Research, Hillman, W and Radel, K (Eds), Bristol: Channel View Publications (Publication date: January 2018).