Annals of Tourism Research
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Abstract This paper develops an intuitive methodology to reveal latent tourism demand. The aim is to quantify its scale by distinguishing the pair of origin-destination and the kind of tourism. The methodology starts measuring the market size that depends on origin population size and their willingness to participate in outbound tourism. Additionally, it takes into account the varying preferences of each origin population for different kinds of tourism. Finally, it compares the current market sh...
#1Torben Hansen (CBS: Copenhagen Business School)H-Index: 17
Abstract This study provides the first analysis of how relationships between tourist-related frames appear in the media. Media framing plays an important role in the public perception of tourism issues. Focusing on the Lonely Planet appointment of Copenhagen as the top city to visit in 2019, this study examines how Danish newspapers framed Copenhagen tourism from 2017 to 2019. Through a new quantitative approach to content analysis that includes optimal scaling and path analysis, we investigate ...
#1Aarni Tuomi (University of Surrey)
#2Iis P. Tussyadiah (University of Surrey)H-Index: 24
Last. Geunhee Lee (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)H-Index: 3
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Abstract Increasing implementation of automation has brought global concern over the future of jobs in various sectors. This study conceptualizes how automation, found in tourism to be driven largely by labor shortage, can be used to promote decent work. Utilizing Grounded Theory to analyze data from in-depth interviews and focus group discussions with industry practitioners, this study provides rich descriptions of the transformation brought by automation to companies, employees, and wider soci...
#1Sangwon Park (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)H-Index: 13
#2Yang Xu (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Last. Shuyi Huang (PolyU: Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
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Abstract The advancement of mobile technology provides an opportunity to obtain the real-time information of travelers, such as their spatial and temporal behaviors, during their visits to a destination. This study analyzes a large scale mobile phone dataset that captures the cellphone trace of international travelers who visited South Korea. We apply a trajectory data mining approach to understand the spatial structures of tourist activities within three different destinations. Through spatial ...
#1Sara Dolnicar (UQ: University of Queensland)H-Index: 48
Abstract The environmental (un)sustainability of the tourism industry has been debated for many decades. This debate generated ample empirical evidence of the environmental damage caused by tourism-related human activity. It is underpinned, however, by a passive position: one of largely accepting the tourism industry as it is, and lamenting its negative consequences. An alternative, more active approach, is to deliberately design for environmental sustainability. This article provides examples o...
#1Mucha Mkono (UQ: University of Queensland)H-Index: 2
Abstract Labels such as the ‘green tourist’, ‘ecotourist’, and the ‘ethical tourist’ are used to claim moral capital and distinguish this tourist from the alternative, viewed as a threat to the destination. However, these tourist groups open themselves up to feelings and criticisms of hypocrisy when they fail to live up to the moral standards they expressly espouse. This hypocrisy may be conceptualised as a form of inauthenticity—not being existentially true to one's own standards. The present n...
#2Huimin TanH-Index: 1
Last. Dogan GursoyH-Index: 44
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Abstract This study examines the impact of culturally-derived power (i.e., personalized vs. socialized power) on the effectiveness of destination advertising via the moderation of arousal in advertising, by identifying regulatory focus as an underlying mechanism. The findings indicate that high-arousal tourism destination advertisement is more effective for individuals primed with personalized power; low-arousal advertisement is more effective for individuals primed with socialized power. Cultur...
Abstract How tourists perceive, use and respond to time in their holiday experiences provide opportunities for recasting the design of many situations. Drawing on work in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, this review paper considers ideas about the perception of time and temporal features of tourists' social episodes. Specific studies are outlined that document tourists' use of time and the management of time. Key links between time, emotion and other triggers to recall are considered. Six ...
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