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Patterns of computer-mediated interaction in small writing groups using wikis
Informed by sociocultural theory and guided especially by “collective scaffolding”, this study investigated the nature of computer-mediated interaction of three groups of English as a ForeignExpand
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The Effects of Personal Values on Travel Motivation and Behavioral Intention
Culture has been widely proposed by marketing theorists as one of the underlying determinants of consumer behavior. Empirical inquiries in the field of tourism remain scarce, particularly in theExpand
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Tourism development of World Heritage Sites in China: A geographic perspective
Abstract It is recognized that a conflict exists between heritage protection and tourism development, a conflict pronounced in developing countries. Against the backdrop of widespread exploitation ofExpand
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A Missing Link in Understanding Revisit Intention—The Role of Motivation and Image
ABSTRACT This study addresses two gaps in the research on tourist revisit intention: the impact of the pre-visit psychological factor of travel motivation and its relationship with destination image.Expand
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Use of Wikis in Second/Foreign Language Classes: A Literature Review
Wikis, as emerging Web 2.0 tools, have been increasingly implemented in language classrooms. To explore the current state of research and inform future studies, this article reviews the past researchExpand
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BENEFIT SEGMENTATION OF VISITORS TO A RURAL COMMUNITY‐BASED FESTIVAL
This study examines the motivation of the attendees of a community‐based festival in the rural Midwest of the United States. Six motivational factors are identified from the visitor data collected atExpand
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One wiki, two groups: Dynamic interactions across ESL collaborative writing tasks
Abstract With the growing importance of Web 2.0 tools for communication and collaboration, small group writing using one such tool—the wiki—has been increasingly implemented in second languageExpand
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Cross-Cultural Tourist Research: A Meta-Analysis
It is widely recognized that tourism is becoming more and more international as a result of globalization, and since the 20th century, marketers have confronted increasingly multiculturalExpand
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Individual novices and collective experts: Collective scaffolding in wiki-based small group writing
  • Mimi Li
  • Computer Science
  • 1 September 2013
This article reports on a case study that explored the process of wiki-based collaborative writing in a small group of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) students at a Chinese university. The studyExpand
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Souvenir Shopping Attitudes and Behavior Among Chinese Domestic Tourists: An Exploratory Study 中国国内游客购买旅游纪念品的态度及行为研究
The study reported herein was designed to examine the perceptions of souvenirs among domestic Chinese tourists and their attitudes and patterns of behavior when they go souvenir shopping. It wasExpand
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