Tourism Review: Volume 75 Issue 3


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Virtual reality experiences, attachment and experiential outcomes in tourism

Hung-Che Wu, Chi-Han Ai, Ching-Chan Cheng

The purpose of this study is to examine the structural relationships between the dimensions of virtual reality (VR) experiences (immersion, interaction, usability and…


The usability of visitor attractions: state-of-the-art

Sandra Navarro-Ruiz, Bob McKercher

Visitor attractions constitute the essence of the tourism phenomenon. However, management techniques that are expressly designed for tourism and develop different…

Determinants of the continuance intention of Airbnb users: consumption values, co-creation, information overload and satisfaction

Erose Sthapit, Giacomo Del Chiappa, Dafnis N. Coudounaris, Peter Bjork

This study aims to examine the relationships among the dimensions of consumption values (functional, social and emotional), co-creation, information overload, satisfaction…


Tourism experiences, memorability and behavioural intentions: a study of tourists in Sardinia, Italy

Erose Sthapit, Giacomo Del Chiappa, Dafnis N. Coudounaris, Peter Björk

The purpose of this study is to test Kim et al.’s (2012) seven-dimension memorable tourism experience (MTE) scale in a new context and with a new sample. In addition, the…


The identity and role of stakeholders in the medical tourism industry: state of the art

Ahmed Kamassi, Noor Hazilah Abd Manaf, Azura Omar

This paper aims to address and identify the major stakeholders in the medical tourism industry, based on their participation in medical tourism activities and their…

The impact of tourists’ perceptions on halal tourism destination: a structural model analysis

Mahfuzur Rahman, Sedigheh Moghavvemi, Thinaranjeney Thirumoorthi, Muhammad Khalilur Rahman

Though halal-related services have been discussed in tourism services literature, exploratory study in this area is not enough, particularly in non-Muslim tourists…


Brexit anticipated economic shock on Ireland’s planning for hospitality and tourism: resilience, volatility and exposure

Mark Burnett, Tony Johnston

The purpose of this paper is to explore tourism scenario planning for an anticipated shock as viewed through the lens of Irish hospitality managers preparing for Brexit…

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