Tourism Review: Volume 76 Issue 1


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Tourism research progress – a bibliometric analysis of tourism review publications

Lai-Ying Leong, Teck-Soon Hew, Garry Wei-Han Tan, Keng-Boon Ooi, Voon-Hsien Lee

Tourism review (TR) celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2020. The purpose of this paper is to proffer a holistic overview of TR based on bibliometric analyses of the…


Viable destination ecosystems: a perspective article

Håvard Ness

This paper aims to provide a brief review of the literature on interorganizational relations in tourism over the past 75 years to understand the emerging focus on…


Sharing economy and peer-to-peer accommodation – a perspective paper

Sara Dolnicar

This paper aims to provide a snapshot of key learnings about paid online peer-to-peer accommodation trading, as it relates to tourism and hospitality, and to identify…

Food tourism research: a perspective article

Bendegul Okumus

This paper aims to critically review current research on food tourism and discuss future research directions in this field of inquiry.


Eat up! Prevention of plate waste in tourism and hospitality: a perspective paper

Sara Dolnicar

Plate waste is uneaten food left behind on the plate after a meal. Plate waste – like all food waste – burdens the environment. Plate waste – in contrast to other types of…

From mass tourists to smart tourists: a perspective article

Tomáš Gajdošík, Vanda Maráková, Jana Kučerová

This paper aims to review the research on tourists and outlines future scenarios for its development.

Residents’ perceptions and attitudes towards tourism development: a perspective article

S. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Siamak Seyfi

This paper aims to briefly highlight the evolution and overview of theories and methods applied to studies on residents’ perceptions and attitudes towards tourism…


Wellness tourism: a perspective article

Sergey Kazakov, Olga Oyner

This paper aims to examine the development and significant contributions in a growing array of relevant publications spanning from 1946 to date and discuss future…


Sport tourism: a perspective article

James Higham

The purpose of this paper is to review the past 75 years of sports tourism and explore the potential of the next 75 years.


Hospitality technology progress towards intelligent buildings: a perspective article

Rosanna Leung

The purpose of this study is to review the past technology in hotel and forecast the future direction of technology adoption in hotels.


COVID-19: potential effects on Chinese citizens’ lifestyle and travel

Jun Wen, Metin Kozak, Shaohua Yang, Fang Liu

The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is projected to have adverse consequences on the global tourism and hospitality industry. This paper aims to examine how the…


Tourism biosecurity risk management and planning: an international comparative analysis and implications for Ireland

Domhnall Melly, James Hanrahan

This paper aims to review the state of national biosecurity planning. The authors recognised tourist vectoring can increase the risk of invasive alien species (IAS) and…

Tourophobia: fear of travel resulting from man-made or natural disasters

Kadir Çakar

The purpose of this paper is to examine how crises impact overall tourist behaviour and travel preferences in times of crisis events, both man-made and natural disasters…

Tourism destination image based on tourism user generated content on internet

Jun Wang, Yunpeng Li, Bihu Wu, Yao Wang

The purpose of this paper is to study tourists’ spatial and psychological involvement reflected through tourism destination image (TDI), TDI is divided into on-site and…


Gaze and tourist-host relationship – state of the art

Bingna Lin, Xiaoxiao Fu

The purpose of this paper is to offer an up-to-date review of the gaze, proposing new research agendas with regard to the various gazes actively operating at destinations.

Perceiving North Korea through Chinese tourists’ eyes

Zhiyong Li, Fangxuan (Sam) Li, Chris Ryan

This paper aims to present a case study investigating Chinese tourists’ perceptions of North Korea which is regarded one of the most unique tourism destinations in the world.

Brand personality in cultural tourism through social media

Francisco Peco-Torres, Ana I. Polo-Peña, Dolores M. Frías-Jamilena

This study aims to analyze the effect of the use of social media on the perception of brand personality and to identify its effect on customer brand engagement.


Assessment of residents’ destination image and their pro-tourism development behaviour: perspectives on the China–Pakistan economic corridor

Shama Nazneen, Hong Xu, Nizam Ud Din

Based on Butlers’ Tourism Area Life Cycle (TALC) model and stakeholder theory, this paper aims to propose an integrative model to examine the perceived impacts of…

Hotels’ self-positioned image versus customers’ perceived image: a case study of a boutique luxury hotel in Hong Kong

Jianwei Qian, Rob Law, Jiewen Wei, Huawen Shen, Yuqin Sun

This study aims to take boutique luxury hotels as its research subject to enrich the view on the self-positioned image of luxury hotels and simultaneously compare this…

Event and city image: the effect on revisit intention

Hui Li, Che-Hui Lien, Stephen W. Wang, Tien Wang, Weiwei Dong

The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of three sources of social representation (i.e. direct experience of an event, the media and social interaction…


How off-season tourism promotion affects seasonal destinations? A multi-stakeholder perspective in Tibet

Sang Senyao, He Wei, Ni Ma

Taking Tibet as a case study, this paper aims to develop an in-depth understanding of the influence that off-season tourism promotion (OTP) has on seasonal destinations…

Educational tourism and experiential learning: students’ perceptions of field trips

Charles Arcodia, Margarida Abreu Novais, Nevenka Cavlek, Andreas Humpe

This paper aims to investigate participants’ motivations and perceptions of a field trip. Specifically, this paper examines if and how students’ perceptions change with…


Chinese cruise customers loyalty: the impact of customer participation and service personal values

Hui Wu, Xiaoxiao Lv, Muhittin Cavusoglu, Cihan Cobanoglu

The purpose of this study is to further explore the effects of customer participation (CP) and service personal values (SPVs) on cruise customer satisfaction (CS) and…

The influence of post-visit emotions on destination loyalty

Maksim Godovykh, Asli D.A. Tasci

The influence of different factors including emotional states on loyalty has been previously discussed in the literature. However, the influence of post-visit emotions…

Experiential value influences authentic happiness and behavioural intention: lessons from Taiwan’s tourism accommodation sector

Yan-Kai Fu, Ya-Ju Wang

The main purpose of this study was to investigate how the experiential value of lodging tourists affected the relationship between authentic happiness and behavioural intention.

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