Associate Professor Tracy Berno

Associate Professor

Email: tracy.berno@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1385-8332

Research outputs:

Featured research outputs

  • Berno, T. (2017). Social enterprise, sustainability and community in post-earthquake Christchurch: Exploring the role of local food systems in building resilience. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 11(1). doi:10.1108/JEC-01-2015-0013

Books

  • Oliver, R., Berno, T., & Ram, S. (2013). Mea'Ai Samoa: Recipes and stories from the heart of Samoa. Auckland: Godwit.

  • Oliver, R., Berno, T., & Ram, S. (2010). Me'a Kai. Godwit.

Journal articles

  • Berno, T., Thorburn, E., Sun, M., & Milne, S. (2019). International visitor surveys: More than just numbers. Hospitality Insights, 3(1), 7-9. Retrieved from https://ojs-aut-ac-nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Berno, T., & Fusté-Forné, F. (2019). Imaginaries of cheese: Revisiting narratives of local
    produce in the contemporary world. Annals of Leisure Research. doi:10.1080/11745398.2019.1603113

  • Berno, T. (2017). Social enterprise, sustainability and community in post-earthquake Christchurch: Exploring the role of local food systems in building resilience. Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 11(1). doi:10.1108/JEC-01-2015-0013

  • Berno, T. (2016). Review of Sloan, D. (Ed) (2013). Food and drink: The cultural context. Hosptiality & Society, 4(3). Retrieved from http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=194/

  • Fusté-Forné, F., & Berno, T. (2016). Food tourism in New Zealand: Canterbury's foodscapes. Journal of Gastronomy and Tourism, 2(2). doi:10.3727/216929716x14720551277763

  • Neill, L., Williamson, D., & Berno, T. (2015). Manaakitanga and Maori food: Theoretical perspectives of advancement. Locale: The Australian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 5. Retrieved from https://www.journalguide.com/

  • Neill, L. J., Williamson, D., & Berno, T. (2015). Manaakitanga and Maori Food: Theoretical perspectives of advancement. Locale: The Australian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 5. Retrieved from http://localejournal.org/

  • Ward, C., & Berno, T. (2011). Beyond social exchange theory. Attitudes toward tourists. Annals of Tourism Research, 38(4), 1556-1569. doi:10.1016/j.annals.2011.02.005

  • Berno, T., & Ward, C. (2005). Innocence abroad: A pocket guide to psychological research on tourism. American Psychologist, 60(6), 593-600. doi:10.1037/0003-066X.60.6.593

  • Berno, T. (1999). When a guest is a guest - Cook islanders view tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 26(3), 656-675.

Book chapters

  • Berno, T., Dentice, G., & Winsansing, J. (2019). Kin kao laew reu young (have you eaten rice yet?): A new perspective on food and tourism in Thailand. In E. Park, S. Kim, & I. Yeoman (Eds.), Food Tourism in Asia (pp. 17-30). Singapore: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-3624-9

  • Berno, T., Neill, L., Thompson, D., Hall, C., & Graville, A. (2018). Kiwi cuisine: Cookbooks, chefs and cultural identity in Aotearoa New Zealand. In L. Piatti-Farnell, & D. L. Brien (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Literature and Food (pp. 150-159). London: Routledge.

  • Berno, T. (2017). Characterizing the food tourist
    Case study: Rice for life: Exploring Thai culture through rice tourism. In S. Slocum, & K. Cutris (Eds.), Food and agricultural tourism: Theory and best practice (pp. 136-138). Abingdon, UK: Taylor and Francis.

  • Berno, T. (2017). Food tourism and sustainable communities
    Case study: Food tourism, agriculture, and cultural heritage in the South Pacific. In S. Slocum, & K. Curtis (Eds.), Food and agricultural tourism: Theory and best practice (pp. 38-41). Abingdon, UK: Taylor and Francis.

  • Berno, T. (2017). Will the real Pacific cuisine please stand up?. In E. Johnson (Ed.), Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa (pp. 110-114). Christchurch: Freerange Press. Retrieved from http://shop.projectfreerange.com/

  • Berno, T. (2017). Putting the culture back into agriculture. In C. Massey (Ed.), The New Zealand land and food annual: No free lunch: Can New Zealand feed the world sustainably? (pp. 141-149). Palmerston North: Massey University Press. Retrieved from http://www.masseypress.ac.nz/

  • Berno, T., & Hunter, S. (2016). Samoa. In J. Jafari, & H. Xiao (Eds.), Encyclopedia of tourism. Cham: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_303-1

  • Ward, C., & Berno, T. (2016). Acculturation. In J. Jafari, & H. Xiao (Eds.), Encyclopedia of tourism (pp. 5-7). Cham: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_228-1

  • Berno, T., & Safdar, S. (2016). Sojourners. In D. L. Sam, & J. Berry (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of acculturation psychology (pp. 173-187). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Retrieved from http://www.cambridge.org/

  • Berno, T. (2015). Tourism, food traditions and supporting communities in Samoa: The Mea'ai project. In P. Sloan, W. Legrand, & C. Hindley (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of sustainable food and gastronomy (pp. 338-347). Routledge.

  • Berno, T., Kline, C., & Wolf, E. (2014). Food tourism in academia. In E. Wolf (Ed.), Have fork will travel: A practical handbook for food & drink tourism professionals (pp. 299-308). Portland: World Food Travel Association.

  • Berno, T., Devlin, N., Ezaki, A., Wilson, D., & Wolf, E. (2014). Sustainability in food and drink tourism. In E. Wolf (Ed.), Have fork will travel: A practical handbook for food & drink tourism professionals (pp. 309-321). Portland: World Food Travel Association.

  • Berno, T., Laurin, U., & Maltezakis, G. (2014). Special role of agriculture. In E. Wolf (Ed.), Have fork will travel: A practical handbook for food & drink tourism professionals (pp. 105-114). Portland: World Food Travel Association.

  • Berno, T. (2011). Sustainability on a plate: Linking agriculture and food in the Fiji Islands tourism industry. In R. M. Torres, & J. H. Momsen (Eds.), Tourism and Agriculture (pp. 87-103). Taylor & Francis.

  • Berno, T. (2010). Me'a Kai. In R. Oliver, T. Berno, & S. Ram (Eds.), Me'a Kai (pp. 493 pages). Godwit.

  • McIntosh, A. J., & Ryan, C. (2007). The market perspective of indigenous tourism: Opportunities for business development. In Tourism and Indigenous Peoples: Issues and Implications (Vol. 9780080553962, pp. 73-83). doi:10.4324/9780080553962

  • King, B., & Berno, T. (2005). Fiji Islands: Rebuilding tourism in an insecure world. In Tourism, Security and Safety: From Theory to Practice: First Edition (pp. 67-82). doi:10.4324/9780080458335

Conference contributions

  • Berno, T. (2019). “At the Heart of Behavioural Change is Culture”: The Role of Indigenous Knowledge, Culture and Cuisine in Addressing Non-communicable Diseases in the South Pacific.. In 2019 CAFS (Canadian Association for Food Studies) 14th Annual Conference. Vancouver: Canadian Association for Food Studies. Retrieved from https://www.cafs-acea.com/

  • Berno, T. (2019). Thought for food: Tourism, eating and the socio-environmental consequences of everyday decisions. In Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals Conference 2019. Auckland: Massey University. Retrieved from https://tourism-sdg.nz/

  • Gibson, D., & Berno, T. (2019). Tourist food preferences and the sustainable development goals: A Fiji case study. In Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals. Auckland: Massey University. Retrieved from https://tourism-sdg.nz/

  • Berno, T. (2018). Pacific Island food revolution. In Our food, our people, our future. Auckland. Retrieved from https://news.aut.ac.nz/around-aut-news/our-food.-our-people.-our-future

  • Berno, T. (2018). Food Politics. In Mind the Gap: The Technology Educational Conference. Auckland.

  • Berno, T. (2018). From tikification to ika mata: Exploring the (un)popularity of Pasifika cuisine in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Paper presented at the Tales of the (un)popular Symposium. AUT 1 February 2018. In Tales of the (un)popular Symposium. Auckland.

  • Berno, T. (2018). Menu for change: Creating value through culinary tourism. In ASEAN Gastronomy Conference. Chiang Mai Thailand.

  • Berno, T. (2016). Consuming paradise: From utopian ideal to tiki reality. In Symposium of Australian Gastronomy. Melbourne. Retrieved from http://www.gastronomers.net/

  • Berno, T. (2016). Our sea of Islands: Safeguarding biodiversity in the South Pacific. In Slow Food - Terra Madre Salone del Gusto. Turin.

  • Berno, T. (2016). The “100% Pure” advantage: Putting the “culture” into New Zealand agriculture. In New Zealand Symposium of Gastronomy. Auckland.

  • Berno, T., Milne, S., Thorburn, E., Sun, M., Oksanan, N., & Pladdet, A. (2016). Sun, sea, sand, and sustenance: Food and tourism in the Cook Islands. In CAUTHE 2016 Conference Proceedings: The Changing Landscape: The Impact of Emerging Markets and Emerging Destinations (pp. 1074-1082). Sydney: Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School. Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=935789212479390;res=IELBUS

  • Berno, T., & Spence, C. (2015). Principles of gastronomy. In Hospitality Summit 2015. Auckland.

  • Berno, T. (2014). Tourism, food traditions and communities in the South Pacific: Pacific cuisine as a tool for development. In Regional Food Cultures and Networks Conference. Byron Bay.

  • Berno, T. (2014). Agriculture, agri-tourism and Thai cuisine: Optimising opportunities along the value-chain in Northern Thailand. In Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Expert Meeting on Regional Gastronomy: Between tradition and Innovation. .

  • Pruksorranan, T., Berno, T., & Winsansing, J. (2013). The culinary tourism supply chain and the reduction of carbon footprint: A case study of Koh Samui, Thailand. In Council of Australasian Universities in Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference (CAUTHE),. .

  • Berno, T. (2013). The innocent cross-cultural psychologist: Or how I became a practitioner of mixed methods. In Council of Australasian Universities in Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference (CAUTHE) PhD and Early Career Researchers Workshop. .

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