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Purpose – The behavior of British youth abroad has caused considerable concern over recent years. This is because many British youth engage in binge drinking, drug use, sex behavior and other risk behaviors – especially in the Balearics, Spain. While research has documented levels of alcohol...
Purpose – This study seeks to examine the motivational and socio‐demographic characteristics of meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions (MICE) visitors to Taiwan in order to identify salient market subgroups or segments. The aim is to establish results with relevance to Asian...
Purpose – The article's aim is to provide an overview of articles in this issue. Design/methodology/approach – The article gives summary information and perspectives on the articles that appear in the issue and provides information helping readers. Findings – The article first discusses...
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to learn about data structures in relation to decisions about family travel being influenced by sellers (i.e. agents), spouses/partners, spouse, kids and friends/relatives (i.e. influencing units). Concern is with units affecting decisions about duration,...
Purpose – This paper has two main aims: to show responses like yes or very likely for inbound visitors returning to a destination can lead to misleading and unreliable information; and to clarify the kind of information that should be collected. Design/methodology/approach – Responses from...
Purpose – Data collection from inbound tourists is a repetitive activity. This paper's main purpose is to show that, unless something useful about the nature of change is being established, repetitious collection of data from, for example, inbound visitors results in ineffective accumulation of...
Purpose – This paper aims to show the need for tourism researchers to identify clearly units of observation and measurement. Design/methodology/approach – Using examples focusing on international tourism, discussion shows how terms commonly used in tourism research can be vague, ambiguous or...
Purpose – The main purpose of this study is to draw implications about simultaneous consideration of demographics, preferences and attitudes in understanding travel behavior decision criteria. Design/methodology/approach – Convenience sampling was used to collect data. In 2006 university...
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