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Smart tourism: foundations and developments
Smart tourism is a new buzzword applied to describe the increasing reliance of tourism destinations, their industries and their tourists on emerging forms of ICT that allow for massive amounts of data to be transformed into value propositions. Expand
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Conceptual foundations for understanding smart tourism ecosystems
Using digital ecosystems and smart business networks as conceptual building blocks, this paper defines, describes and illustrates the idea of a smart tourism ecosystem (STE). Expand
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The use of social media in travel information search
We adopted value-based adoption model (VAM) for travel information search using social media as a new search behavior from a value perspective. Expand
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The influence of tourism website on tourists' behavior to determine destination selection: : A case study of creative economy in Korea
The winds of Korean pop culture swept across China, Japan, and other South Asian countries, and this leads to a variety of economic and socio-cultural impacts. The Korean wave exemplifies theExpand
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The Role of Augmented Reality for Experience-Influenced Environments: The Case of Cultural Heritage Tourism in Korea
In cultural heritage sites around the globe, augmented reality (AR) is being utilized as a tool to provide visitors with better experiences while preserving the integrity of the sites. However,Expand
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Green practices-IS alignment and environmental performance: The mediating effects of coordination
We develop a comprehensive research model of green practice-IS alignment, the key cross-functional coordination of green practices with manufacturing and marketing functions, and firm performance. Expand
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Examination of how social aspects moderate the relationship between task characteristics and usage of social communication technologies (SCTs) in organizations
Using media richness theory and social theories, this study investigated how social communication technologies (SCTs) can be used by an employee to fit his/her task characteristics. Expand
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Examining information sharing in social networking communities: Applying theories of social capital and attachment
We investigated social networking communities users' social capital elements and information sharing behaviors by using the lens of identity-and bond-based attachment theory. Expand
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Adoption of travel information in user-generated content on social media: the moderating effect of social presence
We use the elaboration likelihood model, which measures the impact of central (e.g. argument quality) and peripheral (i.e. credibility) cues on traveller information-sharing behaviour corresponding with social presence on social media. Expand
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The role of partnership in supply chain performance
We have developed an integrated framework focusing on the antecedents of buyer‐supplier partnership and its impact on supply chain performance. Expand
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