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1. Pastoral coping and adaptation climate change strategies: implications for women's well-being.

Pastoral women in the semi-arid rangelands of East Africa are significantly burdened by the vulnerability to and responsibility for responding to changing climates. Consequently, understanding how adaptation and coping strategies impact pastoral women's well-being is critical for supporting the...

Author(s) : Walker, S. E.; Bruyere, B. L.; Solomon, J. N.; Powlen, K. A.; Yasin, A.; Lenaiyasa, E.; Lolemu, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Arid Environments 2022 Vol.197 ref.52

2. Seasonal cues to food scarcity and calorie cravings: winter cues elicit preferences for energy-dense foods.

Winter cues signal a scarcity of food. Birds and mammals respond to such environmental cues by consuming more energy. They convert this surplus into body fat that serves as a buffer against impending food shortages. Similarly, humans exhibit higher obesity rates among food-insecure populations....

Author(s) : Folwarczny, M.; Otterbring, T.; Sigurdsson, V.; Gasiorowska, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.74

3. Using food choice questionnaire to explain Millennials' attitudes towards craft beer.

This study investigated the relationship between Millennials' attitudes towards drinking craft beer and food choice factors grounding the Food Choice Questionnaire (FCQ) to explore consumer priorities and concerns towards this alcoholic beverage. A survey was administered online to five craft beer...

Author(s) : Rivaroli, S.; Calvo-Porral, C.; Spadoni, R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.80

4. A meaty issue: the effect of meat-related label terminology on the willingness to eat vegetarian foods.

The use of meat-related terminology on the labels of vegetarian products is politically controversial and has been banned in several countries under claims that such labels mislead consumers. At the same time, many argue that given the growing concerns about the health and environmental cost of...

Author(s) : Marshall, D.; Bano, F.; Banas, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.50

5. What makes a food healthy? Sex differences in what is associated to healthiness evaluations.

Food healthiness evaluations are important precursors of food choices as health beliefs guide a large portion of our food intake. In the present study we investigated the healthiness evaluations of males and females and the extent to which valence, arousal, familiarity, hedonic value, and perceived ...

Author(s) : Foroni, F.; Esmaeilikia, M.; Rumiati, R. I.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.71

6. Motivations to buy organic food in emerging markets: an exploratory study of urban Indian millennials.

A broad literature indicates two primary motives for consumers using organic food, a concern for health and a concern for the environment. Surprisingly, there is far less research examining the relationship between motivation and its principle antecedent, consumer perceptions of organic food. The...

Author(s) : Nafees, L.; Hyatt, E. M.; Garber, L. L.; Neel Das; Boya, Ü. Ö.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.78

7. Exploring the emotions and well-being of food neophobic travelers in the consumption of comfort food.

Some travelers feel reluctant to try novel food in foreign countries. However, limited empirical research has been done on tourists with food neophobic tendencies and their well-being associated with comfort food consumption. The purposes of this research were to explore the relationship between...

Author(s) : Chang, J.; Morrison, A. M.; Lin ChungTing; Lin HsinHung [Lin, H. H. S.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.119

8. Which internal corporate governance mechanisms drive corporate sustainability?

Design/methodology/approach: This study conducts a systematic review to analyze the relationship between corporate governance and corporate sustainability. Purpose: As enterprises are directed through corporate governance, the integration of corporate sustainability is a necessary step to secure...

Author(s) : Ludwig, P.; Sassen, R.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.301

9. Knowledge and perception of different plastic bags and packages: a case study in Brazil.

The growing demand for plastics, for packaging and consumption, is a current environmental issue. Although there are many scientific developments concerning material science, knowledge about the public's perception is low, which can delay society's efforts to face this challenge. This study aimed...

Author(s) : Fuente, C. I. A. la; Tribst, A. A. L.; Augusto, P. E. D.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2022 Vol.301

10. Small farmer's planting confidence and willingness to pay for leguminous green fertilizer: environmental attributes perspective.

To evaluate whether small farmers are willing to accept the policy of sustainable use of cultivated land such as green manure planting, the researchers analyze the payment preference and the source of heterogeneity of small farmer's environmental attributes of leguminous green manure. A choice...

Author(s) : Xin Wang; Yanping Song; Tan Li

Publisher : International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, College Station, USA

Journal article : International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 2022 Vol.25 No.1 pp.49-67 ref.53

11. Improving decision-making through material flow cost accounting: the case of VietGreen bottled mineral water company.

VietGreen, headquartered in the South of Vietnam, is a bottled mineral water company striving towards becoming a leading mineral water producer with a strong reputation for social responsibility and integrity. This case describes VietGreen's decision to explore the potential of material flow cost...

Author(s) : Tran, T. T.; Herzig, C.

Publisher : International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, College Station, USA

Journal article : International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 2022 Vol.25 No.1 pp.37-48 ref.11

12. A queer perspective on heteronormativity for LGBT travelers.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) tourists are considered one of the most profitable and, at the same time, vulnerable and discriminated-against segments of the industry. However, a more detailed understanding of how heteronormativity (the privileged and normalized view of heterosexuality) ...

Author(s) : Usai, R.; Cai WenJie; Wassler, P.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.3-15 ref.88

13. Habit formation in tourism traveling.

This article conducts a microeconometric analysis of individual participation in tourism activities. The researchers examine the existence of habit formation in the form of state dependence by which past trips increase the taste for traveling. The researchers also study the role of regional...

Author(s) : Boto-García, D.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.16-32 ref.75

14. Reminiscing other people's memories: conceptualizing and measuring vicarious nostalgia evoked by heritage tourism.

This mixed-methods study conceptualized and developed a scale to measure vicarious nostalgia in heritage tourism. Based on a comprehensive literature review, vicarious nostalgia was conceptualized with three dimensions: past-oriented cognition, evoked positive, and negative emotion. Rigorous scale...

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

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.33-49 ref.94

15. 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

16. Tourists' need for uniqueness as a representation of differentiated identity.

This study aims to examine the relationship between tourists' need for uniqueness (TNFU), perceived authenticity, tourists' emotions, and their behavioral intentions in a heritage context. A proposed conceptual model is tested using the data generated from a convenient sample of 474 tourists...

Author(s) : Karagöz, D.; Uysal, M.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.76-92 ref.123

17. 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

18. 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

19. 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

20. 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

21. Exploring resident-tourist interaction and its impact on tourists' destination image.

Although previous research has widely acknowledged the critical role residents play in tourism, limited evidence exists on the impact their interactions with tourists have on tourists' own image formulation and intention to return/recommend the destination to others. Grounded in the mere exposure...

Author(s) : Stylidis, D.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.186-201 ref.87

22. Tourism-induced place change: the role of place attachment, emotions, and tourism concern in predicting supportive or oppositional behavioral responses.

This study investigates residents' emotional and behavioral responses to environmental changes caused by tourism development. Statistical analysis conducted on a comprehensive sample of 1,001 residents from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, explores emotional responses as an underlying mechanism used to...

Author(s) : Lalicic, L.; Garaus, M.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.202-213 ref.66

23. Attitudes and awareness of complementary and alternative medicine use among adults in the Asir region, Saudi Arabia: a web-based cross-sectional study.

The use of complementary and alternative medicine has earned great popularity in Saudi Arabia. However, its use in the adult population of the Asir region of Saudi Arabia remains to be examined. The present study aimed to explore adults' use, attitudes, and awareness of complementary and...

Author(s) : Dalia Almaghaslah; Abdulrhman Alsayari; Rajalakshimi Lakshmi; Geetha Kandasamy; Sadia Batool; Easwaran Vigneshwaran; Alshehri, A. A.; Algamdi, B. A.; Alhattan, M. N.; Alali, S. M.

Publisher : New Century Health Publishers, LLC, New Orleans, USA

Journal article : Current Topics in Nutraceutical Research 2022 Vol.20 No.1 pp.7-14 ref.many

24. Farmers' intended and actual adoption of soil and water conservation practices.

Soil erosion is either caused by natural agents or induced by human activities. Human activities play a decisive role in soil erosion type and extent. Numerous studies have been conducted on the adoption of soil and water conservation (SWC), but farmers' intended and actual adoption of SWC...

Author(s) : Bagheri, A.; Teymouri, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Water Management 2022 Vol.259

25. Sustainable management of agricultural water and land resources under changing climate and socio-economic conditions: a multi-dimensional optimization approach.

Conflict between limited water supply and the ever-increasing water demand poses the challenge of synergetic management of agricultural water and land resources (AWLR). Sustainable development strategy and changing environment increase the multi-dimensional characteristic and complexity of the...

Author(s) : Li Mo; Cao XiaoXu; Liu Dong; Fu Qiang; Li TianXiao; Shang RuoChen

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Water Management 2022 Vol.259 ref.45