Tourism slogans – Towards a conceptual framework

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Steve PanAbstractThis paper perused extant literature to develop a conceptual framework for tourism slogan analysis. Brand image, leisure motivations, and cultural dimensions were identified to influence the creation and effects of brand slogans. Based on this framework, the author further explored the affect levels of 134 national…

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Innovation trough tradition in hospitality. The Italian case of Albergo Diffuso

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Angelo Presenza, Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli, Lorn SheehanAbstractThe role of tradition in developing innovations in the hospitality industry is examined within the context of a new and emerging form of accommodation called Albergo Diffuso. We describe and discuss the different impacts of tangible and intangible sources of tradition…

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Relationships among overseas travel, domestic travel, and day trips for latent tourists using longitudinal data

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Heung-Ryel Kim, Changhyo Yi, Yoonjeung JangAbstractThere is limited research on travel behaviors using longitudinal cohorts. Longitudinal studies on people who do not travel overseas as latent tourists have also rarely been attempted. This study investigated whether latent tourists substitute overseas travel with other leisure activities, such as…

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Renewal or not? Consumer response to a renewed corporate social responsibility strategy: Evidence from the coffee shop industry

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Yaoqi Li, Biqiang Liu, Tzung-Cheng (T.C.) HuanAbstractThe impact of updating or renewing a firm’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy is an important topic in the CSR literature stream for market researchers and practitioners alike. Using Starbucks as a case study, this paper explores the impact of a…

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Applying the precautionary principle when feeding an endangered species for marine tourism

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Jackie A. Ziegler, Joshua N. Silberg, Gonzalo Araujo, Jessica Labaja, Alessandro Ponzo, Rick Rollins, Philip DeardenAbstractZiegler et al. (2018) assessed tourists’ perceptions of the ethics of feeding an endangered species for tourism purposes. The ethical decisions made, and justifications provided, were assessed using utilitarian and animal welfare…

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Tourist arrivals, energy consumption and pollutant emissions in a developing economy–implications for sustainable tourism

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Rabindra Nepal, M. Indra al Irsyad, Sanjay Kumar NepalAbstractSustainable tourism management policies should aim at maximising economic benefits from tourist arrivals while minimising associated adverse impacts on the environment. This study assesses the short-run and long-run relationships between tourist arrivals, per capita economic output, emissions, energy consumption…

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Hospitality servicescape effects on customer-employee interactions: A multilevel study

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Kostas Kaminakis, Kalipso Karantinou, Christos Koritos, Spiros GounarisAbstractServicescapes are the manmade environments where hospitality activities, such as dining and lodging, occur. For more than two decades tourism and hospitality research has sought to understand the impact of hospitality servicescapes, primarily on hospitality customers and, to a lesser…

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Antecedents and consequences of perceived coolness for Generation Y in the context of creative tourism – A case study of the Pier 2 Art Center in Taiwan

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Ching-Fu Chen, Shih-Huan ChouAbstractThis study investigates the role of perceived coolness in terms of creative tourism destination consumption and its antecedents as well as the consequences for Generation Y tourists. Specifically, we denote three antecedents of perceived coolness (uniqueness, identification, and attractiveness) and three consequences (satisfaction, place…

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Management of immersive heritage tourism experiencs: A conceptual model

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Alexandra Bec, Brent Moyle, Ken Timms, Vikki Schaffer, Liubov Skavronskaya, Chris LittleAbstractThere is potential for immersive technology, such as augmented and virtual reality, to create memorable tourism experiences, specifically for heritage tourism. However, there is a lack of conceptual clarity surrounding the management of heritage for memorable…

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The authentic souvenir: What does it mean to souvenir suppliers in the heritage destination?

Publication date: June 2019Source: Tourism Management, Volume 72Author(s): Bouavanh Soukhathammavong, Eerang ParkAbstractThe current study aims to investigate souvenir suppliers’ perceptions of authentic souvenirs in the context of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Laos, Luang Prabang (LPB). The findings suggest that authentic souvenirs need to integrate culture and history to represent place identity of the…

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