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This article, using the traveller behaviour model presented by Gunn in conjunction with an empirical analysis of US tourists travelling overseas, examines how the tourist destination image and tourist perceptions are modified and enhanced through travel to that destination. A survey questionnaire...

Author(s)
Chon, K. S.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1991, 12, 1, pp 68-72
Abstract

Visual preferences for various landscapes have been of long-standing interest to researchers. However, the direct relationship of landscape style with preference as well as cross cultural comparison of preferences between Western and non-Western groups has received little attention. Three aspects...

Author(s)
Yang, B. E.; Brown, T. J.
Citation
Environment and Behavior, 1992, 24, 4, pp 471-507
Abstract

Data collected from foreign independent business travellers staying at a deluxe hotel in Seoul, South Korea, sought to test the theory of reasoned action in the hotel industry. It is concluded that for business travellers, attitude behaviour plays a much more important role than does subjective...

Author(s)
Buttle, F.; Bok BungKwon
Publisher
Cassell plc, London, UK
Citation
Services management: new directions, new perspectives., 1995, pp 4 pp.
Abstract

Tourism competitiveness indexes are developed to show how the price of the ground component of a typical visit to Australia differs for tourists by country of origin using data on 255 separate categories including the price of goods and services within the country along with the cost of travel to...

Citation
Occasional Paper - Department of Industry, Science and Tourism, 1996, No. 4, pp 5-31
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The purpose of this study is to segment the Far East Asia tourist market by using push attributes and to delineate related implications. This study utilized push attribute data collected from those people who would most likely travel to the Far East Asia in the early part of the twenty-first...

Author(s)
Pyo SungSoo
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 1996, 1, 1, pp 91-101
Abstract

The relationship between tourism and shopping behaviour is explored by examining the shopping patterns of Korean tourists in Australia. The results suggest that Korean retail expenditure patterns were relatively high but with a focus on the purchasing of traditional Korean health related items, or...

Author(s)
Hobson, J. S. P.
Citation
Turizam, 1996, 44, 9/10, pp 228-244
Abstract

The aim of the study was to test whether nationality influences tourist behaviour, and more specifically, to determine whether 'nationality culture' has a greater impact on tourist behaviour than 'touristic culture'. Eighty-six Korean tour-guides, who regularly guided groups of Japanese and...

Author(s)
Pizam, A.; Jeong GangHoan
Citation
Tourism Management, 1996, 17, 4, pp 277-286
Abstract

The pre-visit motivations of a sample of 120 Koreans interested in holidaying in Australia. Pearce's travel motivation model, the Travel Career Ladder (TCL) was applied to test their pre-conceptions of Australia as a travel destination. The initial findings from this study indicate that Koreans are ...

Author(s)
Kim, E. Y. J.
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 1997, 6, 1, pp 11-19
Abstract

This study estimated the economic impact of the casino industry in the Korea Republic using an input-output model. The casino multipliers were derived from 405 × 405 transactions tables in terms of output, personal income, employment, value added, indirect tax, and import. The casino industry was...

Author(s)
ChoongKi Lee; KyungSang Kwon
Citation
Journal of Travel Research, 1997, 36, 1, pp 52-58
Abstract

During the period 1988-95 Korean Republic outbound travel increased by 526% to 3 818 740 in 1995. The rapidity of this increase has caught many destinations unprepared. One such example is Australia which has only recently recognised the potential of Korean tourism. Australia's tourism industry has ...

Author(s)
Prideaux, B. R.
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 1998, 7, 1, pp 93-102

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