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Can Ecopreneurs Contribute to Ecotourism Development: A Comparative Study of the Pre- and Post-establishment Periods of Kabani (Ecopreneur Organisation)
Harshavardhan Reddy Kummitha
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to examine ecopreneurial initiatives and strategies for ecotourism development through the perception of local communities for two time periods: before and after the establishment of an ecopreneur organisation. A total of…
Exploring Tour Operators’ Perspectives on Responsible Tourism at Ecotourism Destination: Meaning, Motivation, and Practices
Jennifer Chan Kim Lian & Fiffy Hanisdah Binti Saikim
Abstract: The paper explores the meaning, motivation, and extent of Responsible Tourism Practices (RTPs) at Lower Kinabatangan; a premier ecotourism destination in Malaysia…
Motorist Border Crossing and Road Tourism Development in ASEAN: Issues and Initiatives for Seamless Travel
Frederic Bouchon, Victor Wee Eng Lye & Sonia Lim Ern Yi
Abstract: The development of a road integration and land mobility within ASEAN (The Association of Southeast Asian Nations) member states can contribute towards a more competitive and resilient ASEAN…
The Determinants of In-role Performance: An Empirical Analysis of the Hospitality Industry in Pakistan
Zahra Masood Bhutta, Gulnaz Afzal, Khadim Hussain & Muhammad Saim Hashmi
Abstract: The concept of in-role performance refers to the individual behaviour that performs the duties required by a job. By examining the determinants of in-role performance in the hotel industry…
Facial Expression Recognition in Food Studies
Anantha Krishnan Raman Fesabas, David Asirvatham & Jean-Pierre Poulain
Abstract: The integration of technology in various sectors, including food studies, continues to increase exponentially. Computer vision, a research topic which initially started with object detection,…
Implications of COVID-19 on Tourism Businesses in Malaysia: Evidence from a Preliminary Industry Survey
Mohd Hafiz Hanafiah, Ann Selvaranee Balasingam, Vikneswaran Nair, Mohd Raziff Jamaluddin & Mohd Salehuddin Mohd Zahari
Abstract: The Movement Control Order (MCO) and travel restrictions to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have taken a toll on Malaysian tourism and hospitality businesses…
Modelling the Relationships between Destination Attractiveness, Service Quality, Tourist Satisfaction and Destination Loyalty
Muhamad Nasyat Muhamad Nasir
Abstract: As the first and only global geopark in Malaysia, Langkawi Island is experiencing an unstable and slow growth of international tourist arrivals. The main objective of the present study is to examine the predicting factors that can enhance the island’s destination loyalty by investigating the relationships between destination attractiveness, service quality, tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty. Data from a total of 365 completed questionnaires were analysed using structural equation modelling (SEM-AMOS) in which the research findings supported all hypotheses…
Green Practices of Event Management Enterprises in Batangas City
Jeninah Christia B. Pulhin, Noelah Mae D. Borbon
Abstract: Green practices for the event industry may be categorised into energy efficiency, waste minimisation, water consumption, and eco-procurement. Energy efficiency pertains to using less energy to provide the same level of energy by means of a more efficient technology or process. Waste minimisation is a set of processes and practices intended to reduce the amount of waste produced. Water consumption focuses on conserving water through policies and actions implemented by event organisers, suppliers, and attendees. Eco-procurement involves developing supply chains that deliver goods in a way that minimises the impact on the environment…
The Impacts of Perceived Greenwash Fear on Attitude, Reasons and Green Hotel Patronage Intention
Tan Ling Ling, Norzalita Abd Aziz
Abstract: The perceived greenwash fear impedes the environmental efforts of green hoteliers by making consumers sceptical of their hotels’ sustainability initiatives. This study was conducted to investigate the effect of consumers’ perceived greenwash fear on their attitude, reasons and intention to patronise green hotels…
Fortifying Organisational Commitment Through Job-related and Personal Resources: Evidence from the Indian Hotel Industry
Santoshi Sengupta, Anand Verma and Ajay Kumar Saini
Abstract: In recent times, it has become critical for Indian hotels to determine the level of organisational commitment (OC) of their employees and to examine the role of the job and personal resources, in order to capitalise on their human assets’ full potential. This paper aims to determine what and how job-related and personal resources have an impact on the OC of employees working in the Indian hotel industry…
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