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1. Beyond a single firm and internal focus service failure/recovery: multiple providers and external service recoveries.

Moving beyond the traditional focus on single service providers and internal service recoveries, this article extends service failure/recovery research by examining the effect on consumer evaluations and behavior of (1) a series of service failures that involve multiple entities in the creation of...

Author(s) : Weber, K.; Hsu, C. H. C.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.50-63 ref.71

2. Ex ante tourism forecasting assessment.

Although numerous studies have focused on forecasting international tourism demand, minimal light has been shed on the factors influencing the accuracy of real-world ex ante forecasting. This study evaluates the forecasting errors across various prediction horizons by analyzing the annually...

Author(s) : Liu, A.; Lin ShanShan [Lin, S. S. V.]; Li Gang; Song HaiYan

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.64-75 ref.62

3. Evolutionary aspects of scarcity information with regard to travel options: the role of childhood socioeconomic status.

This research used three experimental studies to examine the effect of scarcity information on choosing a hotel room online. The studies also investigated the moderating role of the buyer's childhood socioeconomic status (SES), using evolutionary perspectives and the life history theory. Our...

Author(s) : Park JooYoung; Kim JungKeun; Kim SeongSeop

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.93-107 ref.67

4. The effect of lodging taxes on the performance of US hotels.

The objective of this article is to analyze the impact of lodging taxes on the performance of US hotels by looking at the two key market segments involved. The empirical application conducted on a sample of more than 7,000 observations corresponding to more than 100 urban submarkets from 2013 to...

Author(s) : Abhinav Sharma; Perdue, R. R.; Nicolau, J. L.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.108-119 ref.40

5. Responsive and responsible: customizing management responses to online traveler reviews.

The helpfulness of online reviews greatly facilitates travelers' information searches, and helpful reviews can popularize travel service providers within a virtual environment. This study examines how the helpfulness of travel reviews is influenced by customized management responses from a...

Author(s) : Zhang XiaoWei; Yang Yang; Qiao ShuChen; Zhang ZiQiong

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.120-135 ref.76

6. Removing uncontrollable factors in benchmarking tourism destination satisfaction.

High level of visitor satisfaction is an important signal of sustained success for tourism destinations. The primary goal of this research study is to identify differences in reported visitor satisfaction that do not accurately reflect differences in the delivery of satisfaction by destinations....

Author(s) : Vojtko, V.; Štumpf, P.; Rašovská, I.; McGrath, R.; Ryglová, K.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.136-149 ref.69

7. Social distance between residents and tourists explained by residents' attitudes concerning tourism.

Drawing on the theory of social distance, this study examined the extent to which residents' attitudes concerning tourism can predict a sympathetic understanding of tourists. Results from residents within the rapidly emerging inbound tourism market, Japan (n=1569), were analyzed. EFA was undertaken ...

Author(s) : Thyne, M.; Woosnam, K. M.; Watkins, L.; Ribeiro, M. A.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.150-169 ref.106

8. Tourists' attitudes toward the use of artificially intelligent (AI) devices in tourism service delivery: moderating role of service value seeking.

This study examines tourists' attitudes toward the use of artificially intelligent (AI) devices in either relatively more utilitarian or hedonic tourism services (airline and hospitality services, respectively). Findings suggest that tourists' acceptance of the use of AI devices in both service...

Author(s) : Chi HengXuan [Chi, H. X. O.]; Gursoy, D.; Chi, C. G.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.170-185 ref.59

9. Who benefitted from the PyeongChang Olympic announcement? Evidence from the South Korean stock market.

Understanding the market effects of Olympic host announcements is popular in academic research. Contrary to prior studies, announcing PyeongChang as the 2018 host had a positive effect on South Korea's Stock Market, with conservative estimates suggesting a peak of +3.8% during the 15 trading days...

Author(s) : Hayduk, T., III

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Sports Economics 2022 Vol.23 No.1 pp.39-75 ref.59

10. Conclusion.

This final chapter summarizes the main conclusions of this book on degrowth in tourism, and considers the need to rethink the phenomenon of degrowth as a new development paradigm which attempts to give up the current system of unlimited growth.

Author(s) : Andriotis, K.

Book chapter : Issues and cases of degrowth in tourism 2021 pp.178-184 ref.36

11. Tourism and development: from development theory to globalization.

This chapter explores the relationship of tourism to development. The emergence of development theory, tourism as viewed through the lens of development theory, and the globalization perspective are discussed.

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.226-235 ref.many

12. Do hotel financial factors influence satisfaction?

Author(s) : Alexakis, C.; Dowling, M.; Pappas, V.; Ramachandiran, M.; Skalvos, F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.90 ref.14

13. Current issues in managing visitor experiences in nature-based tourism.

This introduction to a book on nature-based tourism offers background discussion on visitor experiences and visitor experience design, nature-based visitor experiences, and visitor (impact) management.

Author(s) : Albrech, J. N.

Book chapter : Managing visitor experiences in nature-based tourism 2021 pp.1-8 ref.49

14. When staying long enough is enough?

Author(s) : Fieger, P.; Prayag, G.; Hall, C. M.; Rice, J.; Gössling, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

16. The search value model: detecting abnormal searching behavior.

Author(s) : Nicolau, J. L.; Kim HyoEun; Liu XianWei

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

17. Tourism and economic resilience.

Author(s) : Lee YongJin [Lee, Y. J. A.]; Kim JinWon; Jang SeongSoo; Ash, K.; Yang EunJung

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

18. Staying in the swim.

Using Carlile Swimming as the case study, this article talks about the challenges faced by the swimming industry during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the said business keeps up in facing the industry challenges.

Author(s) : Horker, J.

Publisher : Australian Leisure Media Pty Ltd, Collaroy, Australia

Journal article : Australasian Leisure Management 2021 No.140 pp.16-16, 18

19. Corporate sponsorship for museums in times of crisis.

Author(s) : Biraglia, A.; Gerrath, M. H. E. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.88

21. Gardens around the world, 2013-2019.

This chapter gives a selected appraisal of garden tourism around the world in terms of garden numbers, number of visitors, and growth. It updates numbers and development of garden tourism and contains a brief appraisal of how garden tourism has grown, or not grown, in the prior five years.

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.16-32

22. Examining the structural relationships among heritage proximity, perceived impacts, attitude and residents' support in intangible cultural heritage tourism.

Among the many methods of revitalizing intangible cultural heritage (ICH), tourism undoubtedly has the largest social and economic benefits. Taijiquan, also known as Tai Chi, was included in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in December 2020. It provides the...

Author(s) : Wei YuQian; Liu HengYu; Park KeunSoo

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.90

23. Risk and enabling environments in sport: systematic doping as harm reduction.

Doping and the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) are often considered and discussed as a separate issue from other types of substance use, by sporting bodies, politicians, the media, and athletes who use drugs themselves. However, perceptions and understandings of substance use in the sport ...

Author(s) : Henning, A.; McLean, K.; Andreasson, J.; Dimeo, P.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Drug Policy 2021 Vol.91

24. Wellness tourism - new challenges and opportunities for tourism in Salou.

Following a long history of using various strategies and policies for diversification and seasonal adjustment in the face of the challenges of achieving economic, social, and environmental sustainability, sun and beach destinations should also consider targeting the wellness tourism market as a...

Author(s) : Andreu, M. G. N. lo; Font-Barnet, A.; Roca, M. E.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.39

25. Research on the sustainable operation of low-carbon tourism supply chain under sudden crisis prediction.

This paper integrates a low-carbon tourism supply chain consisting of a low-carbon tourist attraction (LTA) providing a low-carbon service and an online travel agency (OTA) responsible for big data marketing. Consumers may also encounter sudden crisis events that occur in the tourist attraction...

Author(s) : Zhang Lu; Ma DeQing; Hu JinSong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.55