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Predicting visitors’ satisfaction and behavioral intentions from service quality in the context of a small-scale outdoor sport eventGeorge Tzetzis, Kostantinos Alexandris, Sophia Kapsampeli
– The purpose of this paper is to test if the service quality model, proposed by Shonk and Chelladurai (2008), can be applied in the context of a small-scale sport event.
– The purpose of this paper is to examine the relation between psychological sense of community (SOC) and perceived social impacts of festival events.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the issues surrounding the use of ethnography and participant observation in event studies. It considers the role and benefits of…
Contextualizing phenomenology in event management research: Deciphering the meaning of event experiencesVassilios Ziakas, Nikolaos Boukas
Although the core phenomenon of events is the experiences and the meanings attached to them, there is limited management research on the experiential, existential and ontological…
Online date, start – end:2010
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Faith Ong
- Dr Louise Platt