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  1. Korean tourists' experience of intercultural communication through English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) in overseas travel: A grounded theory approach
  2. Unraveling Abusive Supervision Climate in Aircrew Workplaces: The Roles of Temporary Organizational Features, Trust, and Gender Dynamics
  3. The impacts of under-tourism and place attachment on residents’ life satisfaction
  4. The effect of pandemic-related stress on the decision-making process for individual outdoor leisure activities
  5. The influence of social support from intermediary organizations on innovativeness and subjective happiness in community-based tourism
  6. Resident reactions to a pandemic: the impact on community-based tourism from social representation perspective
  7. Marketing mix factors and a business development model for street food tourism
  8. Decision‐making behavior in the sustainable development of intangible cultural heritage tourism
  9. Planning Sustainable Community-Based Tourism in the Context of Thailand: Community, Development, and the Foresight Tools
  10. Potential effects of green brand legitimacy and the biospheric value of eco-friendly behavior on online food delivery: a mediation approach
  11. How does a global coffeehouse chain operate strategically in a traditional tea-drinking country? The influence of brand authenticity and self-enhancement
  12. Pro-environmental behaviour of the residents in sensitive tourism destinations
  13. The effects of parasocial interaction, authenticity, and self‐congruity on the formation of consumer trust in online travel agencies
  14. Assessing the impact of perceptions of hygiene on tourists' attitudinal loyalty to ethnic food
  15. Home Meal Replacement (Convenience Food) Consumption Behavior of Single-Member Households in Vietnam by Food Consumption Value
  16. Effect of Food Consumption Values of Vietnamese Consumers on the Reliability and Purchase Intention of Korean Home Meal Replacements
  17. The Contribution of Animal-Based Cultural Ecosystem Services to Tourist Well-Being at Cultural Heritage Sites
  18. Contribution of TV Dramas and Movies in Strengthening Sustainable Tourism
  19. How Sustainable Social Media Advertising Affect Visitors’ Decision to Attend a Festival Event?
  20. The professional characteristics and networks of third-generation migrant returnees
  21. How Can the Celebrity Endorsement Effect Help Consumer Engagement? A Case of Promoting Tourism Products through Live Streaming
  22. The influence of historical nostalgia on a heritage destination's brand authenticity, brand attachment, and brand equity
  23. Alienation and authenticity in intangible cultural heritage tourism production
  24. Contribution of Supportive Local Communities to Sustainable Event Tourism
  25. Collaboration for Community-Based Cultural Sustainability in Island Tourism Development: A Case in Korea
  26. Estimating the economic value of urban forest parks: Focusing on restorative experiences and environmental concerns
  27. The Sustainable Success and Growth of Social Ventures: Their Internal and External Factors
  28. The interaction between individual cultural values and the cognitive and social processes of global restaurant brand equity
  29. Sustainable development for small island tourism: developing slow tourism in the Caribbean
  30. Traveler Motivation and Destination Loyalty: Visiting Sacred Places in Central Asia
  31. Political influences on the roles and characteristics of ethnic tourism industry employees: a case of Korean-Chinese tour guides
  32. A culture-oriented model of consumers’ hedonic experiences in luxury hotels
  33. Wellness‐oriented seasonal tourism migration: A field relationship study in China
  34. Relationships between the motivation of medical tourists and the quality of medical services
  35. Chinese girlfriend getaway tourism in Buddhist destinations: Towards the construction of a gendered spirituality dimension
  36. What motivates people to visit an unknown tourist destination? Applying an extended model of goal‐directed behavior
  37. Sociocultural Sustainability and the Formation of Social Capital from Community-based Tourism
  38. Analysis of a spatial network from the perspective of actor‐network theory
  39. The impact of photographs on the online marketing for tourism: The case of Japanese-style inns
  40. The contribution of the travel elements of health tourists to the domestic tourism industry
  41. Stakeholders in the medical trade: The case of South Korea's networks with China and the United States
  42. Healing effects from the on‐site experiences of tourists
  43. The role and dimensions of authenticity in heritage tourism
  44. The rural creative class: An analysis of in‐migration tourism entrepreneurship
  45. From comrades to Bodhidharma: A Bourdieusian analysis of the spiritual experience of Chinese seasonal tourists
  46. Married immigrant women’s VFR tourism as the way to ethnic minority group acculturation
  47. A conflict resolution model for sustainable heritage tourism
  48. Visitor and resident perceptions of the slow city movement: the case of Japan
  49. Residents’ perception of the influence of luxury chain hotels on ethnic tourism communities
  50. Perceptions of university students of ‘tourism-focused English’ as a second language: The case of Korean universities
  51. Brand Equity of a Tourist Destination
  52. Influence of the ‘slow city’ brand association on the behavioural intention of potential tourists
  53. Alternative healthy food choice for tourists: Developing Buddhist temple cuisine
  54. The promotion of health tourism products for domestic tourists
  55. An investigation into the segmentation of Japanese traditional ‘Ryokan’ hotels using selection attributes
  56. The Influence of Enduring Involvement on Tragedy-Related Tourism Experiences
  57. Resident perceptions of casinos in a newly developed casino destination
  58. Does tourism illuminate the darkness of Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
  59. Tourists’ impulse buying behavior at duty-free shops: the moderating effects of time pressure and shopping involvement
  60. Exploring visitor brand citizenship behavior: The case of the ‘MICE city Busan’, South Korea
  61. Competitiveness attributes of a medical tourism destination: The case of South Korea with importance-performance analysis
  62. Residents’ attitudes toward future tourism development in terms of community well-being and attachment
  63. Assessing feasibility of film-induced tourism: the case of Singapore
  64. Emotional Labor and Burnout: Comparison Between the Countries of Japan and Korea
  65. Selection Attributes of Travel Products: A Case of Korean Tourists to Japan
  66. Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being of Health Tourists: The Case of Japanese and Korean Tourists
  67. Challenging Environment of the Club Industry And Impact for Local Gamblers and Tourists
  68. Relationship between Perceived Risk, Evaluation, Satisfaction, and Behavioral Intention: A Case of Local-Festival Visitors
  69. Perceived Restorativeness of Visits to Cultural Heritage Sites
  70. The mediation of information technology on visitors’ experience at a cultural heritage site
  71. Opportunities and Issues in the Health Tourism Industry: Deep Sea Water Development in Taiwan
  72. Implications of Cultural Differences for Expatriate Managers in the Global Hotel Industry
  73. Consumer-based chain restaurant brand equity, brand reputation, and brand trust
  74. Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Attitude Changes toward Tourism Destinations: Las Vegas, USA, versus Jeongseon, South Korea
  75. Visitor Motivational Factors and Level of Satisfaction in Wellness Tourism: Comparison Between First-Time Visitors and Repeat Visitors
  76. Strategic Marketing Development of Hospitals Participating in Medical Tourism: A Case of South Korea
  77. Problem Gambling and Preventive Measures: The Case of Australia
  78. Issues and Impacts of Internet Gambling: The Case of Australia
  79. Popularity and Risks of Electronic Gaming Machines (EGMS) for Gamblers: The Case of Australia
  80. Customer Satisfaction with Korean Restaurants in Australia and Their Role as Ambassadors for Tourism Marketing
  81. Religious Perceptions and Hegemony on Tourism Development: the Case of the Islamic Republic of Iran
  82. Effect of Health and Wellness Values on Festival Visit Motivation
  83. Research Note: Travel Time as a Proxy for Travel Cost in a Heritage Tourist Destination
  84. Impact of Tourists’ Intercultural Interactions
  85. The effect of community attachment on cultural festival visitors' satisfaction and future intentions
  86. Critical issues of globalisation in the international hotel industry
  87. Research note: Travel time as a proxy for travel cost in a heritage tourist destination
  88. Casino Development and Visitor Satisfaction: A Case of Korea
  89. Parks as leisure spaces for older adults' daily wellness: a Korean case study
  90. Factors Affecting Consumer's Choice of Ethnic Restaurants
  91. Multicultural festivals: a niche tourism product in South Korea
  92. Benefits of visiting a ‘dark tourism’ site: The case of the Jeju April 3rd Peace Park, Korea
  93. Benefits of visiting a multicultural festival: The case of South Korea
  94. Antecedents and Consequences of Tourist Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction: A Case Study of a Festival in Korea
  95. Key Characteristics of Multicultural Festivals: A Critical Review of the Literature
  96. Marketing Strategies for Casinos: A Case for Australia
  97. How Local Festivals Affect the Destination Choice of Tourists
  98. Relationship between HEXACO personality factors and emotional labour of service providers in the tourism industry
  99. Senior Citizen Satisfaction with Restaurant Service Quality
  100. Casino Security Risks and Outsourcing Criteria
  101. Foreign travelers’ satisfaction with traditional Korean restaurants
  102. Characteristics of a Medical Tourism Industry: The Case of South Korea
  103. Evaluating Tourist Attractions: The Case of Luang Prabang, Laos
  104. Service Quality in the Airline Industry: Comparison Between Traditional and Low-Cost Airlines
  105. Research Note: Factors Influencing Online Flight Ticket Purchasing
  106. Hospitality management students' conceptions about teaching and learning and their evaluation of tasks in problem-based learning
  107. Degree of motivation of international hospitality students in their work place
  108. Research Note: The Economic Impact of Opening a Gaming Venue in Australia
  109. Role of hotel design in enhancing destination branding
  110. Balancing Tourism and Heritage in Historic Cities
  112. Distinctive Features of the Australian Gambling Industry and Problems Faced by Australian Women Gamblers
  113. The Successful Conference Venue: Perceptions of Conference Organizers and Hotel Managers
  114. Building Channel Strategies and Alliances in Food Distribution
  115. The Impacts of the Online Reservation System in London City Hotels
  116. The Successful Conference Venue: Perceptions of Conference Organizers and Hotel Managers
  117. Innovative e-commerce model for food tourism products
  118. The Assessment Model for Cultural Festival Budgets
  119. Channel Strategy of Food Tourism Industry
  120. Impact of Chinese Outbound Tourism to Australia: Reviewing the Past; Implications for the Future
  121. Community Residents' Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Heritage Tourism in a Historic City