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influence and effectiveness of destination image applied to American tourists to London.

Alison DeMello

influence and effectiveness of destination image applied to American tourists to London.

by Alison DeMello

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Published by [University of Surrey] in [Guildford] .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) (Sociology and Anthropology of Tourism) - Roehampton Institute London, University of Surrey, 1998.

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Open LibraryOL17472637M

Overview. The mobility of passengers and freight is fundamental to economic and social activities such as commuting, manufacturing, distributing goods, or supplying energy. Each movement has a purpose, an origin, a potential set of intermediate locations, and a destination. Mobility is supported and driven by transport systems which are composed of infrastructures, modes, and .   The image of postmodern tourism has revealed the processes of the socio-cultural re-evaluation taking place in the phase of transition from a “society that lacks” to a “society of excess”. Postmodern society is a post-industrial society in which basic human needs have already been satisfied [ 20 ].Cited by: 5.

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The beneficial image is conceptualized as the image characteristics of a destination that subsequently influence tourists’ decision to visit particular vacation destinations. The destination advertising response DAR model was used to analyze data on the effectiveness of destination promotional campaigns on visitor expenditure, in six trip facets: destination.

A major finding of the study was that a destination image is formed by both stimulus factors and tourists' characteristics. The results of this investigation provide important implications for strategic image management and can aid in designing and implementing marketing programs for creating and enhancing tourism destination by: destination, influenced by marketing, as well as physical and cultural limits.

Thus the market may perceive an entire country as a destination (as marketed by a tourism ministry) or a single national park, such as Iguazu National Park in Argentina.

The term site overlaps significantly with destination but tends to center on a particular place bound. Xinran Lehto Research Interests • Destination marketing and planning • Consumer experiences and wellness in tourism • Specific market segments including family travelers and travelers with disabilities • traveler online behavior and decision making • Cross-cultural issues Biography.

Xinran Y. Lehto is a professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Purdue University. Tourist satisfaction Tribe and Snaith () defined tourists’ satisfaction with a destination as the degree to which a tourist’s assessment of the attributes of that destination exceeds his or her expectations for those attributes.

Woodside, Frey Cited by: 9. Marketing and Managing Tourism Destinations: Edition 2 - Ebook written by Alastair M. Morrison. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Marketing and Managing Tourism Destinations: Edition 2. The tourists and travel writers in the two generations following The Sketch Book would nonetheless shape the aesthetic purpose that has since informed American tourism.

In the years between and the Civil War, American tourists, representatives for the most part of the nation's economic and social elite, established the first American. Today, managing and promoting a destination’s online image is an important step in attracting tourists, especially international visitors, who tend not to have any previous experience of the region (Lund et al., ).

The internet, however, is not a one-way communication channel and encourages people to share experiences and opinions; this Cited by: 9.

We live in a marketing and media-driven organization involved in the leisure and tourism business; arts centers, museums, sports clubs and small hotels to the largest theme parks, airlines and cruise companies, is interested in companies think that they should cut expenditure on advertising and redirect it into sales promotions, direct mail, public.

American University is a leader among Washington DC universities in global education. American University enrolls a diverse student body from throughout the. Heritage, Culture and Society contains the papers presented at the 3rd International Hospitality and Tourism Conference (IHTC) & 2nd International Seminar on Tourism (ISOT ), Bandung, Indonesia, 10—12 October ).

The book covers 7 themes: i) Hospitality and tourism managementii) H. The stakeholders are legion (politicians, businesses, industries, citizens, etc.) as are the potential target audiences (tourists, immigrants, business and political leaders, etc.).

It is extremely difficult to control a nation’s image because of all of factors that can influence that image. This paper aims to measure the relationship between online experiential marketing (during the purchasing process involving information search and booking) and offline experiential marketing (during the stay) with hotel brand equity.

In addition, the study attempts to determine if there is a significant link between the online hotel experience and the subsequent offline hotel Cited by: 7. 16) are important in the formation of destination image, particularly literature and television, highlighting National Geographic as being of particular importance (Govers, Go, and Kumaret al.

16). However, they found that Internet technologies had a lesser impact on destination image, although the authors predict the impact of these to Cited by: 8. Introduction. While the majority of papers in this special issue are original works, I have been asked to submit this extracted summary from a major research based book which identified the factors that the CEOs of major North American destination management organizations (DMOs) believe determine the competitiveness and the success of a sustainable tourism destination.

is a place to share and follow research. JoinAcademics and Researchers. Academia is the easiest way to share papers with millions of. A brand is a name, term, design, symbol or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers.

Brands are used in business, marketing, and advertising for recognition and, importantly, to create and store value as brand equity for the object identified, to the benefit of the brand's customers, its owners and shareholders.

The area of my research interests is destination marketing, branding, and positive image building. I study tourist behavior and the effectiveness of destination promotion efforts in situations of strained bilateral relations between nations. I am interested in usability of user-generated content for managerial decision.

For example, what is the motivation of sports tourists (N = ) to participate in mass and elite sports events.

We also investigated the influence of participation in sporting events in the level of life satisfaction and the impact of running and horse event in destination image (Poznań) in the opinion of supporters.

Full article. Knowledge of the UK as a destination is crucial for success in many travel and tourism organisations. Tourism in the UK supports a wealth of travel and tourism products and services and offers a multitude of career opportunities. Learners will locate key destinations, gateways and geographical features.

The location of a destination.Gentrification is a process of changing the character of a neighborhood through the influx of more affluent residents and businesses. This is a common and controversial topic in politics and in urban fication often increases the economic value of a neighborhood, but the resulting demographic change is frequently a cause of controversy.

With one in five overseas UK visitors claiming that films or television shows wholly or partially motivated their travel (Steele, ) and UK film tourism spending exceeding £ billion (Oxford Economics, ), it is not surprising that destinations worldwide are increasingly seeking to leverage on-screen er, there are now numerous examples of Cited by: 5.