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The tourism public crisis caused by humans has affected the tourism industry and has become an urgent problem to be solved in the world. This issue has become a hot topic to research for scholars at home and abroad. At present, any small crisis that occurs in the tourist destination will be...

Author(s)
Qi Kai; Yang Zhi
Publisher
Tourism College of Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Citation
Tourism Tribune, 2018, 33, 4, pp 46-58
Abstract

An increasing amount of tourism enterprises are regarding customer relation crisis management as the core content of customer relationship management, while customer psychological contract during a serving course is the foundation of customer relationship management. According to analysis of...

Author(s)
Xu Qian; Wu KeXiang
Publisher
Scientific Research Publishing, Irvine, USA
Citation
Journal of Service Science and Management, 2018, 11, 4, pp 466-478
Abstract

Social media, an open space for the public's opinion and expression, has become an increasingly essential issue in crisis events, leading to secondary crisis communication. Realizing the potential risk of that, this study took the "Occupy Central" spreading on Weibo as a case, and applied topic...

Author(s)
Luo QiuJu; Zhai XueTing
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2017, 62, pp 159-172
Abstract

The role of social media in crisis communications is an embryonic area of research in tourism, thus the purpose of this study was to examine drivers of social media use during crises. An online survey of 2,416 tourists from Australia, Brazil, China, India, and Korea was conducted. Hierarchical...

Author(s)
Schroeder, A.; Pennington-Gray, L.; Donohoe, H.; Kiousis, S.
Publisher
Routledge, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2013, 30, 1/2, pp 126-143
AbstractFull Text

The author chose the residents in Jiuzhaigou scenic region of Sichuan province as the studied objects, and used the factor analysis and linear regression methods to study the residential satisfaction of this tourism community after earthquake, in the hope of providing practice guidance for the ...

Author(s)
Li Qian
Publisher
Jiangxi Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Jiangxi, China
Citation
Acta Agriculturae Jiangxi, 2012, 24, 3, pp 190-193
Abstract

In order to remain competitive, hotels have to apply information technology (IT) to enhance the quality of their services and improve customer satisfaction. The widespread adoption of IT-assisted hotel operations and management, however, also means that hotels are at a higher risk of failure in IT. ...

Author(s)
Lu, S.; Law, R.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Elmsford, USA
Citation
Information Technology in Hospitality, 2005, 4, 4, pp 153-159
Abstract

The mysterious severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) made Hong Kong a key travel destination in Asia, world famous in 2003 but for the worst reasons. As a major sector of the local tourism industry, hotels in Hong Kong went through an unprecedented and traumatic time during the SARS infection...

Author(s)
Lo, A.; Cheung, C.; Law, R.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2006, 11, 1, pp 65-79
Abstract

The 2003 SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) epidemic created a significant negative impact on tourism development in China. This paper (i) reviews the effects on tourism of different short-term crises; (ii) analyses the effects of SARS on Chinese tourism in general and nature tourism in...

Author(s)
Zeng BenXiang; Carter, R. W.; Lacy, T. de
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Current Issues in Tourism, 2005, 8, 4, pp 306-322
Abstract

It is widely recognized that crises induce hardship that can affect tourism demand. The end of a period of privation may result in a strong rebound in tourism demand that is proportionate to the intensity of the hardship felt by residents: the response to mild privation may be mild tourism...

Author(s)
McKercher, B.; Pine, R.
Publisher
Haworth Hospitality Press, Binghamton, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2005, 19, 2/3, pp 107-116

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