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Make a customer, not a sale: Tourist satisfaction in Hong Kong
Although tourism literature is replete with visitor satisfaction studies, little attention has been paid to comparing satisfaction between tourism sectors. Tourism is a complex system and the touristExpand
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International tourists' motivations for choosing homestay in the Kumasi Metropolis of Ghana
Research on homestay has gained momentum in recent years as various governments across the globe have adopted the phenomenon as a catalyst for sustaining a vital rural tourism economy (Liu, 2006),Expand
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Identifying core indicators of sustainable tourism: A path forward?
Abstract Progress towards a more sustainable tourism sector at an enterprise level has been slow, even though a number of studies have developed a variety of indicators. Indeed, so many indicatorsExpand
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One museum, two stories: Place identity at the Hong Kong Museum of History
Tourism academia has attempted to individually explore the concepts of visiting experience, place identity, narratives, and history museums, but it has rarely delved into the deep and sometimes murkyExpand
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International tourists’ motivations to choose homestay: Do their socio-demographics have any influence?
The relationship between tourist socio-demographics and homestay use has received scant attention from researchers. Insights gained from this study will guide market segmentation and targeting byExpand
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Understanding culinary tourist motivation, experience, satisfaction, and loyalty using a structural approach
ABSTRACT Research on culinary tourism lacks an empirical examination of the relationship between motivation, experience, satisfaction, and loyalty. Drawing on the extant literature, this paperExpand
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Accommodation preference among international volunteer tourists in the Kumasi Metropolis of Ghana
Abstract Generally, most studies on volunteer tourism have placed an emphasis on motivations and experiences of participants ignoring a significant component of tourism —accommodation. This paper isExpand
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Backpackers in Hong Kong – motivations, preferences and contribution to sustainable tourism
ABSTRACT This paper examines the backpacker market in Hong Kong, in terms of profile, motivation, preferences, and contribution to sustainable tourism development. The purpose is to provide anExpand
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Pros and Cons of Hosting International Tourists: Is It Rational?
Abstract Homestay hosting is increasingly becoming popular in tourists destinations in different parts of the world. And it is, presently, being used as a tool for sustainable community development.Expand
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Challenges of E-Zwich at Ghana Commercial Bank: do the views of users differ to those of non-users?
As a pioneer biometric electronic payment system, the E-Zwich has witnessed minimal patronage over the past few years. Some scholars attribute this to the numerous challenges faced by users andExpand
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