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A Study of the Motivations Behind Heritage Site Selection in the United States
(Virginia Tech, 1999-04-09)
Motivations behind heritage site selection was researched to glean information regarding heritage site selection. The objectives of the study were to determine: (1) The type of experience someone with an environmental ...
An Investigation into Considerations for the Design of IS to Improve the Utility of the Use of the Co-alignment Model: An Integration of Strategy and IT as A Coordination Strategy Framework - A Case Study of Virginia Beach
(Virginia Tech, 2004-07-20)
As competition has changed and made the environment more dynamic and complex for the hospitality and tourism industry, the concept of strategic management has become more important. However, under the force driving change ...
What makes a passenger ship a legend: The future of the concept of legend in the passenger shipping industry
(Virginia Tech, 2004-10-22)
Cruising, a ten million plus passenger, multi-billion dollar, world-wide industry, is one of tourism's fastest growing sectors. With many new ships entering the market each year, ships must capture the public imagination ...
The effects of channel power, destination attractiveness and destination political risk events on U.S. tourism channel firms' performance :the case of tourism destinations in Africa
(Virginia Tech, 1996-07-01)
NOTE: Pages 133-134 are missing and there are 2 copies of page 31. see document This is an exploratory study that empirically examines the relationships between United States' tourism channel firms' power, African ...