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  1. Tourism 4.0 technologies and tourist experiences: a human-centered design perspective
  2. Iranian Heritage Sites on Social Media
  3. e-Tourism beyond COVID-19: a call for transformative research
  4. Themed route marketing in India
  5. Handbook of e-Tourism
  6. Smart destination brands: semiotic analysis of visual and verbal signs
  7. What is vacation dedication?
  8. How cityscapes and social media influence each other
  9. 5. The role of social media in creating and addressing overtourism
  10. Does it matter that service robots in tourism and hospitality-contexts look/sound/act like humans?
  11. Travel reviews written on mobile phones are different
  12. Food and wine trails provide value for businesses and consumers
  13. Reviewing the Past to Inform the Future: A Literature Review of Social Media in Tourism
  14. Emojis are a new language that social media influencers use to engage their audiences
  15. How tourism marketers integrate visuals into their social media posts
  16. A taxonomy of value co-creation on Weibo – a communication perspective
  17. Lack of progress in tourist information search research: a critique of citation behaviour and knowledge development
  18. Use of dynamic pricing strategies by Airbnb hosts
  19. Humour in Firm-initiated Social Media Conversations
  20. The Networked Neo-Tribal Gaze
  21. How social media could help reduce household food waste when tourists prepare meals
  22. Impact of humour on firm-initiated social media conversations
  23. Marketing for tourism, hospitality & events: a global & digital approach
  24. Power of Dramas: A Comparison of Voluntourism Between Chinese and American Film Tourists
  25. Likes—The key to my happiness: The moderating effect of social influence on travel experience
  26. Advances in Social Media for Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
  27. How influencer marketing works
  28. A new cultural revolution
  29. Conclusion
  30. Sentiment analysis
  31. #travelselfie
  32. Tracking tourists’ travel with smartphone-based GPS technology: a methodological discussion
  33. Self in Art/Self As Art: Museum Selfies As Identity Work
  34. Pricing in the sharing economy: a hedonic pricing model applied to Airbnb listings
  35. Social media in hospitality and tourism
  36. What do tourism students know about sustainability and sustainable tourism? An exploratory study of Latin American students
  37. 6. Online-Marketing in Australien und Neuseeland
  38. The Role of Humour in Driving Customer Engagement
  39. Conceptualization of Smart Tourism Destination Competitiveness
  40. The Role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Marketing Tourism Experiences
  41. Modern vacations – modern families: new meanings and structures of family vacations
  42. Application of smart tourism to cities
  43. Tourism and Humour
  44. Selfie-taking as touristic looking
  45. An experience-based taxonomy of branded hotel mobile application features
  46. Exploring TripAdvisor
  47. Decision support system
  48. Innovation-Related Organizational Decision-Making: The Case of Responsive Web Design
  49. Conceptualizing tourist videography
  50. Special issue on Smart Tourism Systems: Convergence of information technologies, business models, and experiences
  51. Conceptual foundations for understanding smart tourism ecosystems
  52. Smart tourism: foundations and developments
  53. Special issue on smart tourism: convergence of information technologies, experiences, and theories
  54. Crisis-resistant tourists
  55. Constructivist Research in Smart Tourism
  56. Editorial : The Role of IT in Tourism
  57. Future research issues in IT and tourism
  58. How online communities manage conflict, build cohesion and create identities
  59. 9. Web 2.0 and 3.0
  60. Tourism megatrends
  61. Source Factors in Recommender System Credibility Evaluation
  62. Drivers of Responsive Website Design Innovation by Destination Marketing Organizations
  63. Changing Practices/New Technologies: Photos and Videos on Vacation
  64. Creating Global Leaders with Sustainability Mindsets – Insights from the RMSSN Summer Academy
  65. Revealing the Nature of Contemporary Tourism Research: Extracting Common Subject Areas through Bibliographic Coupling
  66. Future eDestination Marketing
  67. Educating the Future of Sustainability
  68. Influence of Star Rating and Ownership Structure on Brand Image of Mainland China Hotels
  69. Cross-Cultural Differences in Social Identity Formation through Travel Blogging
  70. Decision support system, tourism
  72. Travelling neo-tribes: conceptualising recreational vehicle users
  73. Real Stories About Real Women: Communicating Role Models for Female Tourism Students
  74. Guest Editors’ Note
  75. Destination Expertise in Online Travel Communities
  76. Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Why Do Travellers Unlike Travel-Related Organizations?
  77. Persuasive Recommender Systems
  78. Strategic Use of Social Media Affordances for Marketing: A Case Study of Chinese DMOs
  80. Communicative functions of Online Travel Review titles
  81. The Tourism and Leisure Industry
  82. Informing destination recommender systems design and evaluation through quantitative research
  83. Designing persuasive destination websites: A mental imagery processing perspective
  84. Perceptions of museum podcast tours: Effects of consumer innovativeness, Internet familiarity and podcasting affinity on performance expectancies
  85. Future Tourism
  86. Online representations of RVing neo-tribes in the USA and Australia
  87. Introduction
  88. Message Factors
  89. Receiver and Context Factors
  90. Directions for Future Research
  91. Theoretical Background
  92. Discussion
  93. Source Factors
  94. Implications for Recommender System Design
  95. Official tourism websites: a discourse analysis
  96. Effects of podcast tours on tourist experiences in a national park
  97. Social Media in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality
  98. Travel and Tourism
  99. Podcast Tours Experience Questionnaire
  100. Differences in Social Presence Perceptions
  101. What’s in a Travel Review Title?
  102. Tourism in Technology Dead Zones: Documenting Experiential Dimensions
  103. TEFI 2011 World Congress “Activating Change in Tourism Education” May 18–21, 2011, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
  104. Special Issue of Qualitative Approaches to eMarketing and Online Consumer Behaviour: Guest Editors’ Introduction
  105. Influence of interactive thematic maps on tourist perceptions: a network analysis
  106. Travel coupon proneness
  107. Media-Induced Voluntourism in Yunnan, China
  108. Intelligent systems in tourism
  109. Facebook as an edutainment medium to engage students in sustainability and tourism
  110. Tourist-Activated Networks: Implications for Dynamic Bundling and EN Route Recommendations
  111. Influence of personality on travel-related consumer-generated media creation
  112. Teaching Based on TEFI Values: A Case Study
  113. eTourism case studies
  114. Travel Opinion Leaders and Seekers
  115. Tourism Students' Mental Imagery Ability: Implications for Multimedia Learning Environments
  116. Drive Tourism
  117. Creating More Credible and Persuasive Recommender Systems: The Influence of Source Characteristics on Recommender System Evaluations
  118. Tourist Experience
  119. Role of social media in online travel information search
  120. Antecedents and Impacts of Trust in Travel-Related Consumer-Generated Media
  121. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2010
  122. Looking Does not Automatically Lead to Booking: Analysis of Clickstreams on a Chinese Travel Agency Website
  123. Innovation in the Web Marketing Programs of American Convention and Visitor Bureaus
  124. Do Negative Experiences Always Lead to Dissatisfaction? — Testing Attribution Theory in the Context of Online Travel Reviews
  125. Conceptualizing the Creative Tourist Class: Technology, Mobility, and Tourism Experiences
  126. Quasi-Trial Experiences through Sensory Information on Destination Web Sites
  127. Assessing Structure in Travel Queries
  128. Teaching International Tourism: An Interdisciplinary, Field-based Course
  129. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2009
  130. Das Online-Suchverhalten von Touristen
  131. Trust in Travel-related Consumer Generated Media
  132. Effectiveness of eBrochures: An Analysis of Use Patterns
  133. Role of Community Informatics in Heritage Tourism Development
  134. Comparison of Deceptive and Truthful Travel Reviews
  135. What Motivates Consumers to Write Online Travel Reviews?
  136. Managing Destination Marketing Organizations: The Tasks, Roles, and Responsibilities of the Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive
  137. Differences in Consumer-Generated Media Adoption and Use: A Cross-National Perspective
  138. Semantic Representation of Tourism on the Internet
  139. The Influence of Perceived Credibility on Preferences for Recommender Systems as Sources of Advice
  140. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2008
  141. Using Location-based Tracking Data to Analyze the Movements of City Tourists
  142. Wineries' Involvement in Promoting Tourism Online: The case of Texas
  143. Measuring Web Site Quality for Online Travel Agencies
  144. Introduction to the Special Issue on Travel Information Search
  145. Effectiveness of Mobile Recommender Systems for Tourist Destinations: A User Evaluation
  146. Success Factors for Destination Marketing Web Sites: A Qualitative Meta-Analysis
  147. Behavioural Impacts of Mobile Tour Guides
  148. Web-based Recommenders for Personalized City Tours: A Usage Analysis
  149. Persuasion in Recommender Systems
  150. Searching for the Future: Challenges Faced by Destination Marketing Organizations
  151. Multicity trip patterns
  152. Tourism Business Frontiers
  153. The role of information technology use in American convention and visitors bureaus
  154. The transformation of consumer behaviour
  155. Capturing the Beaten Paths: A Novel Method for Analysing Tourists’ Spatial Behaviour at an Urban Destination
  156. A Field Trial to Elicit Individual Preferences in the Context of a Mobile Dynamic Tour Guide
  157. Travel and Tourism
  158. Intelligent Search Support: Building Search Term Associations for Tourism-Specific Search Engines
  159. Tell Me Who You Are and I Will Tell You Where to Go: Travel Personality Testing for Destination Recommendation Systems
  161. Internet Technology Use by American Convention and Visitors Bureaus
  163. Experience-based Internet Marketing: An Exploratory Study of Sensory Experiences Associated with Pleasure Travel to the Midwest United States
  164. The Future of Destination Marketing
  165. Intelligent systems for tourism
  166. Behavioral Foundations for Human-Centric Travel Decision-Aid Systems
  167. Multi-City Pleasure Trip Patterns: An Analysis of International Travelers to the U. S.
  168. Implementing Knowledge-Based Interfirm Networks in Heterogeneous B2B Environments: A Case Study of the Illinois Tourism Network
  169. Measuring Effective IT Use among American Convention and Visitors Bureaus
  170. Defining Internet Readiness for the Tourism Industry: Concepts and Case Study
  171. Tourism Managers’ Adoption of Marketing Decision Support Systems
  172. Preparing for the New Economy: Advertising Strategies and Change in Destination Marketing Organizations
  173. Capacity to Change and Its Influence on Effective IT Use
  174. Meta Analyses of Tourism Research
  175. Measuring the Credibility of Recommender Systems
  176. Premises and promises of social media marketing in tourism
  177. Investigating the Effects of Product Type on Online Decision-Making Styles
  178. Tourist Activated Networks: Implications for Dynamic Packaging Systems in Tourism
  179. Information Technology: Shaping the Past, Present, and Future of Tourism
  180. Evaluation of Emerging Technologies in Tourism: The Case of Travel Search Engines
  181. Persuasiveness of Preference Elicitation Processes in Destination Recommendation Systems
  182. Use and Impact of Online Travel Reviews
  183. Nearer to God - transformational experiences of short-term mission travellers.
  184. Narrative design for travel recommender systems.
  185. A behavioural framework for destination recommendation systems design.
  186. Conceptualizing organizational resilience in tourism crisis management.
  187. Perceived host gaze in the context of short-term mission trips.
  188. Travel personality testing for destination recommendation systems.
  189. Information search for travel decisions.
  190. Travel destination choice models.
  191. Deconstructing destination perceptions, experiences, stories and internet search: text analysis in tourism research.
  192. Introduction
  193. Tourism and Social Media
  194. Marketing using social media applications and concepts
  195. Social media