Tourism Review: Volume 76 Issue 2


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Co-creation in tourism: a systematic mapping study

Fatemeh Mohammadi, Hamid Reza Yazdani, Mona Jami Pour, Morteza Soltani

The purpose of this study is to organize and analyze the existing literature on co-creation in tourism to identify the state-of-the-art studies and the research gap in this field.


Tourist gaze and beyond: state of the art

W.H.M.S. Samarathunga, Li Cheng

The tourist gaze remains a key concept in tourism research. The purpose of this paper is to comprehend the theoretical and empirical development of the tourist gaze notion…

An integrative model of consumer-based heritage destination brand equity

Muhammad Sabbir Rahman, Fadi Abdel Muniem Abdel Fattah, Bashir Hussain, Md Afnan Hossain

This study aims to examine tourists’ heritage brand experience (HBE), cultural intelligence and destination loyalty and test whether these have an impact on the formation…

Predicting medical tourism behavioural intention using social cognition models

Ai Na Seow, Yuen Onn Choong, Krishna Moorthy, Chee Keong Choong

Few studies have adopted social psychology theories to understand the medical tourism decision-making process. The purpose of this study is to fill the said gap by…

Will I be back? Evoking nostalgia through college students’ memorable exchange programme experiences

Heetae Cho, Kah Min Tan, Weisheng Chiu

International exchange students have been known for an often-neglected population in tourism research and their intention to revisit the host country has not been…

Developing a customer loyalty model for guest houses in China: a congruity-based perspective

Sha Wang, Kam Hung, Minglong Li, Hailian Qiu

Although the number of guest houses in China is increasing rapidly, many of them are not performing well in developing customer loyalty. Self-congruity and functional…

Luxury shopping tourism: views from Chinese post-1990s female tourists

Cui Stacey Li, Carol Xiaoyue Zhang, Xiaoqing Chen, Meng Shan Sharon Wu

This study aims to explore how the concept of extended self-influences luxury shopping tourism consumption among Chinese tourists. It explores why luxury shopping is…

Chinese traditional village residents’ behavioural intention to support tourism: an extended model of the theory of planned behaviour

Ke Shen, Huawen Shen

Based on the theory of planned behaviour (TPB), this paper aims to investigate the effects of residents’ place attachment (PA), subjective norms (SNs) and perceived…

Unfolding Chinese tourist shopping practices: an observational study

Haipeng Jin, Gianna Moscardo, Laurie Murphy

This paper aims to draw upon the notion of practice as performance from social practice theory to unravel the onsite process of Chinese outbound tourist shopping.

Soft adventure motivation: an exploratory study of hiking tourism

Bernhard Fabian Bichler, Mike Peters

Adventure activities have become the core products of many tourism destinations. Hiking, which is known to be a soft adventure activity, represents an especially important…


The volatility of tourism demand and real effective exchange rates: a disaggregated analysis

Laron Delano Alleyne, Onoh-Obasi Okey, Winston Moore

One of the main factors that can impact the cost of holidays to a particular destination is the exchange rate; exchange rate fluctuations impact the overall price of the…

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