Celebrities, air travel, and social norms

  title={Celebrities, air travel, and social norms},
  author={Stefan G{\"o}ssling},
  journal={Annals of Tourism Research},
  • S. Gössling
  • Published 1 November 2019
  • Business
  • Annals of Tourism Research
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