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This study investigates the factors influencing residents’ attitudes and intentions to engage in digital-free tourism (DFT), a form of tourism that restricts or excludes the use of digital technology to counter excessive reliance on electronics. Through the lens of the Unified Theory of...
The tourist experience is a widely explored phenomenon in tourism research because of its importance to the design and provision of quality products and services and the enhancement of destination branding. Various theories and theoretical frameworks have been applied to understand tourist...
This study applied local food consumption values to food tourism (culinary tourism) activities. Prior research revealed that impacts of consumption values in food tourism often varied based on the destination. This study adapts the tourist’s local food consumption value (TLFCV) scale to food...
The term ‘reverse gaze’ is used in tourism academia to describe the interaction between tourist photographers and local subjects, which challenges traditional power dynamics in tourism. However, further research is needed to explore this concept within the wider context of tourism. In this...
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