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The impacts of customers’ observed severity and agreement on hotel booking intentions: moderating role of webcare and mediating role of trust in negative online reviewsSreejesh S., Anusree M.R.
The purpose of the paper is to examine the conditional role of webcare as a service failure recovery strategy on customers’ hotel booking intentions in presence of…
The purpose of this paper is to explore the use of paid accommodation by international visitors who also stay with a friend or relative in another destination.
The perceived value of accessibility in religious sites – do disabled and non-disabled travellers behave differently?Ariadna Gassiot Melian, Lluís Prats, Lluís Coromina
This study aims at exploring whether there are differences in behaviour between people with special access needs and those who do not have these needs at a religious…
Chinese culture in tourist research: a review and comparison of Chinese and English studies in 1993-2012Junju Li, Ying (Tracy) Lu
With the worldwide growth of the Chinese tourism market, a number of studies have emerged, that attempt to understand the phenomenon, including the influence of Chinese…
The efficacy of the theory of planned behavior for predicting intentions to choose a travel destination: a reviewSergey Yuzhanin, David Fisher
The theory of planned behaviour (TPB) considers the interrelationship between such concepts as beliefs, attitudes, norms, intentions and behaviour (Ajzen, 1991; Ajzen and…
This report aims to present a detailed evaluation of resilience planning of the ASEAN-5 tourism sector to national disasters. The project analyses the challenges to the…
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