Tourism Review: Volume 77 Issue 2


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Sustainable tourism consumer: socio-demographic, psychographic and behavioral characteristics

Asli D.A. Tasci, Alan Fyall, Kyle Maurice Woosnam

This study aims to uncover socio-demographic, psychographic and behavioral characteristics of sustainable consumers as a means to advance the demand for sustainability…


Health tourism: behavioural intention and protection motivation theory

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

Health tourism is recognised as a recent new pattern of taking a break while accessing health-care services overseas. Past studies have explored this research area, but…

Wellness tourism and the components of its offer system: a holistic perspective

Mauro Dini, Tonino Pencarelli

The purpose of this paper is to conceptually examine the phenomenon of wellness tourism under a holistic and systemic lens, focusing on the offer system and the main…


Stakeholders’ perceptions of competitive tourism destination: empirical evidence from Serbia

Verica Milutinovic, Jelena Musanovic, Dejan Beric

This study made an advance over previous work by providing a modified model for measuring the competitiveness of tourism destinations based on competitive performance from…

Tourism public-private partnership (PPP) projects: an exploratory-sequential approach

Marwa Ghanem, Ibrahim Elshaer, Samar Saad

This study aims to address the absence of a thorough understanding of commitment in tourism public-private partnerships (PPP) by exploring antecedents of PPP commitment…

Like, tag and share: bolstering social media marketing to improve intention to visit a nature-based tourism destination

Vanessa Gaffar, Benny Tjahjono, Taufik Abdullah, Vidi Sukmayadi

This paper aims to explore the influence of social media marketing on tourists’ intention to visit a botanical garden, which is one of the popular nature-based tourism…


Perceived COVID-19 impacts and travel avoidance: application of protection motivation theory

Shama Nazneen, Hong Xu, Nizam Ud Din, Rehmat Karim

The COVID-19 pandemic and the travellers’ behaviour towards travel risk is an emerging issue. Nonetheless, the travellers’ perceived COVID-19 impacts, travel risk…


Negotiating interdisciplinary practice under the COVID-19 crisis: opportunities and challenges for tourism research

Xinyi Liu, Jun Wen, Metin Kozak, Yangyang Jiang, Zhiyong Li

COVID-19 is currently the most serious crisis facing the world, and scholars in the medical and social sciences are working to save lives and mitigate the societal effects…


Legal aspects of ecotourism: towards creating an international legislative framework

Vera Stanković, Ana Batrićević, Vladan Joldžić

This study aims to highlight the most important preventive measures that should be proposed by policymakers and adopted by (inter)national legislative bodies by changing…

Stakeholders’ perception of the sustainability of a tourism destination: a methodological framework to find out relationships and similarity of opinions

Ionela Mihaela Damian, Enrique Navarro, Francisco Ruiz

This study aims to examine the similarity of opinions regarding the stakeholder’s perception about the importance of the different aspects considered when measuring the…

Local residents’ contribution to tourist experiences: a community perspective from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

Dominik Huber, Sven Gross

The purpose of this study is to increase the understanding of how local residents in tourism destinations perceive their role in the creation of tourist experiences.

Airportscape and its effect on airport sense of place and destination image perception

Walanchalee Wattanacharoensil, Pipatpong Fakfare, Anne Graham

This study aims to validate a conceptual definition of airportscape and develop a multidimensional scale that integrates servicescape and service quality dimensions to…

Airline quality assessment towards strategic tourism management improvements

André Philippi Gonzaga de Albuquerque, Fagner José Coutinho de Melo, Denise Dumke de Medeiros

The purpose of this study is to compare the results of customer satisfaction indices (SI) in the literature and to propose equations to show that the reverse attribute…

Sex tourism in an era of globalisation, harm reduction and disease migration: a new conceptual model

Alyson Hillis, Conan Leavey, Stephanie Kewley, Marie Claire Van Hout

This paper aims to contribute to sex tourism literature by placing it into a contemporary context of globalisation, harm reduction and disease migration.

Dark tourism destinations: the relationships between tourists’ on-site experience, destination image and behavioural intention

Lili Qian, Chunhui Zheng, Jinwei Wang, María de los Ángeles Pérez Sánchez, Eduardo Parra López, Hanliang Li

This study aims to explore how tourists construct destination images in the context of dark tourism and reveals the relationships between on-site experience, destination…


Thanatopsis and mortality mediation within “lightest” dark tourism

Duncan Light, Preslava Ivanova

This paper aims to investigate the visitor experience at a “lightest” dark tourism attraction, focusing on issues of thanatopsis and mortality mediation.

Tourism and carbon emissions: a bibliometric review of the last three decades: 1990–2021

Hari Govind Mishra, Shailesh Pandita, Aasif Ali Bhat, Ram Kumar Mishra, Sonali Sharma

The purpose of this paper is to review the diversified existing literature on tourism and carbon emissions using bibliometric analysis to churn down the multiple studies…


The role of farm-to-table activities in agritourism towards sustainable development

Siti Fatimahwati Pehin Dato Musa, Wei Lee Chin

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the role of farm-to-table (FTT) activities in agritourism towards sustainable development based on three agritourism farms in Brunei.

Clusters or networks: interorganizational relationships influence on Brazilian hotel performance

Daniel Pires Vieira, Valmir Emil Hoffmann, Edgar Reyes Junior, Cristina Boari

Although interorganizational relationships are acknowledged as positive for tourism, studies on the subject fail to systematically analyze the joint effects of…

Investigating the mediating role of visitor satisfaction in the relationship between memorable tourism experiences and behavioral intentions in heritage tourism context

S. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh, Siamak Seyfi, Raouf Ahmad Rather, Colin Michael Hall

This paper aims to investigate the interplay of memorable tourism experiences (MTE) dimensions in driving behavioral intentions of heritage tourists through the mediating…

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