Advances in Hospitality and Leisure, Volume 5 by Joseph Chen

By Joseph Chen

"Advances in Hospitality and relaxation" ("AHL"), a peer-reviewed sequence, seeks to carry clean insights from a bunch of medical investigations touching on hospitality, rest, and tourism whereas rendering an instructional discussion board to stimulate dialogue on present literature, modern concerns and rising tendencies necessary to conception development in addition to specialist practices from an international viewpoint. the main target of this magazine is to expose the cutting edge tools of inquiry with the intention to encourage new study themes which are very important and feature been in huge ignored. AHL strives to deal with the desires of the population prepared to disseminate seminal rules, thoughts, and theories derived from scholarly inquiries. capability readers might retrieve important texts aiding define new examine agendas, recommend workable issues for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the hot matters of studying.

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The third most important predictor was a person being a nature-based tourist. The percentage difference between those who were nature-based tourists and those who were not was 17 per cent (73–56). The fourth most important predictor was gender in that the percentage difference between females and males was 16 per cent. Since CHAID is a stepwise analysis, non-significant independent variables were naturally not included in the model (see Fig. 1). These comprised educational level, age and household income.

1. e. sustainability). The second level with the variable country of origin added explained 17 per cent of the variation in the dependent variable. The third level with the remaining two variables (gender and whether or not a person was a nature-based tourist) added explained 18 per cent of the variation in the dependent variable. The classification rate and R2 indicated that the current model could be considered an acceptable one. e. resulting segments), a cross-validation analysis was conducted following Chen’s (2003a) approach to CHAID-based segmentation.

1996). Concerns for environmental issues and consumer purchase preferences: A two-country study. Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 9(1), 43–55. Chen, J. S. (2003a). Developing a travel segmentation methodology: A criterion-based approach. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 27(3), 310–327. Chen, J. S. (2003b). Market segmentation by tourists’ sentiments. Annals of Tourism Research, 30(1), 178–193. Cohen, E. (2002). Authenticity, equity and sustainability in tourism. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 10(4), 267–276.

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