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A Taxonomy of Terror - About the Effect of Different Kinds of Terror on Risk Perceptions
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Terrorism is an increasing problem; still, research systematically investigating the impact of varying kinds of terrorism is scarce. The present investigation uses hypothetical scenarios to look at effects of diverging ...
Intentions to make sustainable tourism choices: do value orientations, time perspective, and efficacy beliefs explain individual differences?
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-02)
There is a growing literature addressing psychological variables that can be associated with choices of environmentally sustainable tourism alternatives. This paper contributes to this literature by focusing on individual ...
Flux and permanence of risk perceptions: Tourists' perception of the relative and absolute risk for various destinations
The present investigation is a cross-sectional, multi-national, quantitative, and quasi-experimental comparison of tourists’ risk perceptions regarding different destinations throughout the past decade. Over 10,000 tourists ...
Comparison between own and others’ travel motives: A research note
This study examines the assumption that tendencies to dissociate oneself from other tourists relate to the desire to position own characteristics (using travel motives as an example) in a positive light. Results suggest ...