Debbie is a human geographer and environmental social scientist, interested in socio-spatial interpretations and experiences of environmental issues.
Her research is broadly concerned with the social dimensions of climate change, socio-technical transitions, and the mobility of people, goods and 'waste', with a focus on cities and urban environments. Debbie is currently working on a number of projects that span these interests primary projects listed below , many of which include international and interdisciplinary collaborators:.
Between April and March , Debbie was the acting course director for the Global Challenges in Transport programme, and module leader for the MSUD transport and sustainability module. Risk, excitement and emotional conflict in women's travel narratives.
Student views of diversity in two faculties at MMU. Learning and Teaching in Action.
Sensual geographies of tourism Falconer, E. Sensual geographies of tourism.
Book review: 'Sexuality, women, and tourism: cross-border desires through contemporary travel' by Susan E. Frohlick Falconer, E.
London, Earthscan. From to , Debbie is undertaking a part-time academic secondment with the New Zealand Ministry of Transport's research and strategy team, working on a number of projects that develop greater collaboration between the academic and policy communities in New Zealand, and integrate up-to-date academic research, and alternative forms of 'evidence' with policy development. Spatial analysis, time geography, placemaking and landscape concerns are addressed and issues such as transport, environmental discourses and development are also analyzed. Towards an ethics platform for tourism. Networking in mobile societies Larsen, J.
Social and Cultural Geography. Book review: Putting the personal back into the political: 'Why feminism matters: feminism lost and found' by Kath and Sophie Woodward Falconer, E.
Book review: Putting the personal back into the political: 'Why feminism matters: feminism lost and found' by Kath and Sophie Woodward. European Journal of Women's Studies.
Book review: 'Tourism and citizenship: rights, freedoms and responsibilities in the global order' by Raoul Bianchi and Marcus Stephenson Falconer, E. Book review: 'Tourism and citizenship: rights, freedoms and responsibilities in the global order' by Raoul Bianchi and Marcus Stephenson.
Hospitality and Society.
Also, my research is heritage tourism that is mainly discussed in the historical geography part. In general, I think this book is good to be a textbook for undergraduate student since it is very easy to understand.
Every concept and theory is very simple.