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Segmenting the motivation of travelers using the push and pull framework remains ubiquitous in tourism. This study segments the girlfriend getaway (GGA) market on motivation (push) and accommodation (pull) attributes and identifies relationships between these factors. Using a relatively novel...

Author(s)
Khoo-Lattimore, C.; Prayag, G.; Disegna, M.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel Research, 2019, 58, 5, pp 774-792
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This study investigates the use of variety-seeking in the segmentation of international travelers. Segmentation studies mainly utilize traditional segmentation criteria, such as nationality, country of origin, other trip characteristics of international travelers, and consumer behaviors....

Author(s)
Legohérel, P.; Hsu, C. H. C.; Daucé, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2015, 46, pp 359-366
Abstract

This research explores the relationships between social structural variables, psychographic variables and preference for travel to Asia by Australians. Differences in preference for travel to specific South-East Asian destinations, namely, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, are explained using...

Author(s)
Kattiyapornpong, U.; Miller, K. E.
Publisher
Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2011, 16, 1, pp 39-56
Abstract

This article revisits the topic of international differences in restaurant tipping. Taking a different approach, this study examines the tipping habits of tourists (n=983) from 7 distinct countries, 4 Asian (China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan) and 3 Western (USA, Canada and Australia), while in ...

Author(s)
Dewald, B. W. A. (Ben)
Publisher
Hüseyin Yıldırım, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Anatolia, 2001, 12, 2, pp 139-151
Abstract

Tourist arrivals series from Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore to Australia exhibit strong seasonality. This paper applies the moving average technique for estimating the seasonal components of time series to monthly tourist arrivals time series data to Australia. The autocorrelation and partial...

Author(s)
Lim, C.; McAleer, M.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2001, 28, 1, pp 68-82
Abstract

Projected trends in the Australian outbound travel market are described. The effects of tax reform and the staging of the Olympic Games in 2000 are discussed. Trends are discussed by market segmentation, including for holidays; visiting friends and relatives; business; and other miscellaneous....

Citation
Forecast - Tourism Forecasting Council, 2000, 5, 2, pp 9-14
Abstract

A formal, theoretical model of the dynamic structure of tourism demand is developed from consideration of information flows. The result is a nonlinear, diffusion form of model specification. Such models are estimated for seven major sources (Canada and USA, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand,...

Author(s)
Morley, C. L.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1998, 25, 1, pp 70-84
Abstract

An overview of the timeshare industry in the Asia-Pacific region is provided. Although still in its infancy, South East Asia, together with Japan, accounts for around 4% of global resorts and Australia, New Zealand and Fiji combined represent another 3% and the timeshare concept constitutes but one ...

Author(s)
Dean, P.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1997, No. 4, pp 38-57

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