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Why Destination Areas Rise and Fall in Popularity

Why Destination Areas Rise and Fall in Popularity Areas Rise Destination Why in and Fall Popularity Ph.D. STANLEY C. PLOG, Behavior Science President, Corporation of with minimum incomes APPROACH to destination and ANY understanding non-flyers, why flyers in- fall in and or resort areas rise and $9,000 popularity up. order to understand the motivations of must involve an of the In understanding flyers evitably than an intensive of who travel. For more and non-flyers, pilot/exploratory people psychology at- of research was It consisted of five we have been in engaged completed. heavily phase years, a literature to understand this of travel review, thorough psychological tempting psychology very with and in at Basico to assist clients in the travel interviews in-depth flyers non-flyers multiple three U.S. and the of tele- business. This leads cities, monitoring 1,200 presentation sequentially calls from naive some of the studies we have conducted to the airlines, originating through phone has or first-time air travelers who had about since our about travel understanding grown questions areas over time as we have flaying. explored particular As a result of this we a more in research, developed depth. number of which we wanted test: In we conducted our first to 1967, hypotheses important study on the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly SAGE

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SAGE
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0010-8804
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1938-9663
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10.1177/001088047401400409
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Abstract

Areas Rise Destination Why in and Fall Popularity Ph.D. STANLEY C. PLOG, Behavior Science President, Corporation of with minimum incomes APPROACH to destination and ANY understanding non-flyers, why flyers in- fall in and or resort areas rise and $9,000 popularity up. order to understand the motivations of must involve an of the In understanding flyers evitably than an intensive of who travel. For more and non-flyers, pilot/exploratory people psychology at- of research was It consisted of five we have been in engaged completed. heavily phase years, a literature to understand this of travel review, thorough psychological tempting psychology very with and in at Basico to assist clients in the travel interviews in-depth flyers non-flyers multiple three U.S. and the of tele- business. This leads cities, monitoring 1,200 presentation sequentially calls from naive some of the studies we have conducted to the airlines, originating through phone has or first-time air travelers who had about since our about travel understanding grown questions areas over time as we have flaying. explored particular As a result of this we a more in research, developed depth. number of which we wanted test: In we conducted our first to 1967, hypotheses important study on the

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Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration QuarterlySAGE

Published: Feb 1, 1974

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