(Last updated : 2024-03-29 20:30:05)
  USUI Rie
   Department   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University College of Sustainability and Tourism
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Education
1. 〔Doctorial Course (2nd Semester)〕, Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University
2. 〔Doctorial Course (2nd Semester)〕, Hiroshima University, Completed,
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2019/04~2021/09 Assistant Professor
2. 2021/10~2023/03 Lecturer
■ Current specialized field
Human geography, Tourism studies 
■ Books and theses
1. 2024 Article Building resilience in primate tourism: insights from the COVID-19 pandemic and future directions Primates  (Collaboration)  Link
2. 2024 Article Tourism, animals & the vacant niche: A scoping review and pedagogical agenda Current Issues in Tourism  (Collaboration)  Link
3. 2024 Book Human-Wildlife Interaction   (Collaboration)  Link
4. 2024 Book Sustainable Management of Invasive Alien Species in Protected Areas?
The Future Design Dilemma of ‘Rabbit Island’, Japan  pp.91-104 (Collaboration) 
5. 2024 Book Travelling to Feed Animals: Identifying Motivations of Tourists on ‘Rabbit Island’, Japan  pp.5-20 (Collaboration)  Link
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■ Conference presentations
1. 2023/12/03 A multispecies perspective in tourism research: A state of the art (Aia Pacific Conference 2023)
2. 2023/10/13 Detoxicating a former chemical factory with tourism: The Paradox of Leisure and Pain (Toxic and Explosive Legacies: Living with War Pollution Across the Globe)
3. 2023/08/10 Unification or exclusion? Community engagement in Usakatsu and the implementation of a new management system for rabbit tourism at Ōkunoshima Island (CATS Tourism Online Forum Series (TOFS))
4. 2023/06/23 Popularity of animal tourism in the peripheral islands: Tourists' needs and local dilemmas (The 17th International Conference on Small Island Cultures (ISIC-2023))
5. 2022/12/18 Okunoshima Island's Rabbit Tourism -Its Position within Wildlife Tourism and Management Considerations-
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■ Research topic, funded research and KAKENHI
1. 2023~2025  Evaluating the Convivial Conservation paradigm in Japan and the UK  (Key Word : )
2. 2023~2026  Tourism Transformation at Island Communities in East Asia  (Key Word : )
3. 2022/04~2023/03  Modelling a resilience framework for wildlife tourism destinations: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic  (Key Word : )
■ Professional contribution to Society
1. 2023/04 Animals and Tourism
■ JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number
■ Researchmap researcher code
■ External Researcher ID
orcID 0000-0002-5918-0478