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Tourism resort events allow mass tourists to intervene to establish resort reputations among other destinations. From the locus of attribution theory perspective, this paper is the first to explore tourists defending behavior toward resorts’ reputations through destination social responsibility...
The present study aimed to examine the effect of serious leisure on travel intention and place attachment among Iranian trekking tourists. The participants of the study were the trekking tourists of Mount Tochal that stayed at least 12 nights a year in this mountain resort. PASS software was...
Based on the protection motivation theory (PMT), this study examined behavioral intentions within the hospitality and tourism industries in the early days of the pandemic. We examined the intentions to participate in regular hospitality and tourism-specific services using data from 1,100 US...
This paper examines restaurant managements’ (owners, managers, or the chefs) perceptions, motivations, and constraints in buying local food ingredients from local farmers’ market vendors (farmer vendors) in a study conducted in Vancouver, Canada and Christchurch, New Zealand. Semi-structured...
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