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This report presents the highlights of the Second Annual Travel Review Conference co-sponsored by the United States Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA) and the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA), February 22, 1988 in Washington, D. C. Proceedings will be published and can be...
This study examines decision making by families who vacation to Alaska. The three decision-making modes — husband-dominant, wife-dominant, and joint decision making by husband and wife — were compared using sociodemographics, travel behaviors, and attitudes towards the vacation experience....
This questionnaire study examined the influence of three dining situations on the selection of a restaurant. The three situations were a weekday lunch with associates or friends, an important business dinner, and a weekend eveningfamily meal; hypothetical selection was based on the five...
Using the concept of a horse-oriented theme park for Central Florida, this exploratory study used questionnaires to identify potential markets and predict the likelihood that tourists would visit the park A stepwise multiple regression revealed 10 predictor variables regarding respondents'...
This article reports the findings from a telephone survey of Washington State residents regarding 1985 vacation travel. The results describe differences in in-state and out-of-state pleasure travel.
This article provides a synopsis of the first part of a joint Canada-U.S. research project concerning overseas markets. Data are reported for four countries: Japan, the United Kingdom, West Germany, and France.
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