BLENDING AND CONCEPTUAL INTEGRATION - Mark Turner

Economic benefits, 33 Equity theory, 331 Ethnic, 1 Europe, 137 Expenditure analysis, 25

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An Examination of Norwegians’ Expenditure Patterns on Domestic Winter Tourism
Christer Thrane, Eivind Farstad, and Petter Dybedal

Understanding Destination Choices of German Travelers
Carl H. Marcussen

Cross-Cultural Segments in International Student Travel: An Analysis of British and Chinese Market
Feifei Xu, Michael Morgan, and Miguel Moital

Sex Tourism: A Match Through Japan’s Romance Dori (Street)
Austin Uzama

Exploring Influential Factors That Explain the Probability of Visiting a Destination: The Case of State Travel Information Inquiry Groups
Minkyung Park and Chi-Ok Oh

Research Notes

Casino Security Risks and Outsourcing Criteria
Timothy Jeonglyeol Lee

African as Tourist
Muchazondida Mkono

Windsurfing Risks: Participants’ Expectations, Perceptions, and Satisfaction
Girish Prayag

Away From Home: A New Revelation of Young Tourist Behavior
Paolo Mura and Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore

Reviews Section

Review

Political Economy of Destination Image: Manufacturing Cuba
Culum Canally and Barbara A. Carmichael

Book Review

Practical Tourism Research (Stephen L. J. Smith)
Steven Boyne

Volume 16 Subject and Author Index

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Turner offered his frontier thesis as both an analysis of the past and a warning about the future. If the frontier had been so essential to the development of American culture and democracy, then what would befall them as the frontier closed? It was on this forboding note that he closed his address: "And now, four centuries from the discovery of America, at the end of a hundred years of life under the Constitution, the frontier has gone, and with its going has closed the first period of American history."

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Mapping, V2 185
Market segmentation, V5 125
Markov analysis, V2 119
Means-end chains, V5 119
Means-end theory, V2 161
Mixed methods, V3 121
Model, V3 103
Modeling, V2 55
Monitoring, V1 29
Motivation(s), V2 213; V3 197; V4 157
Multicultural research, V5 29
Multidestination travel, V3 77
Multidimensional scaling, V3 77
Multiple discriminant analysis, V3 159
Multivariate analysis, V4 121
Myer-Briggs Type Indicator, V5 151

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VOLUME 18, NUMBER 6

Sustainable Festival Populations: An Application of Organizational Ecology
Tommy D. Andersson, Don Getz, and Reidar J. Mykletun

The Measurement of Emotions Elicited Within Festival Contexts: A Psychometric Test of a Festival Consumption Emotions (FCE) Scale
Jenny (Jiyeon) Lee and Gerard T. Kyle

Revelation of Nature-Minded Travelers: A Study of the Swedish
Joseph S. Chen, Nina K. Prebensen, Ya-Ling Chen, and Hyangmi Kim

International Sustainability Agreements: Are They Politically Influential for Tourism Governance Innovations?
Valentina Dinica

The Tourist’s Gaze: From the Perspective of a Muslim Woman
Asra Zaliza Bte Asbollah, Clare Lade, and Ewen Michael

Profiling Tourism SMEs According to Owners’ Support for Community: A Cluster Analysis Approach
Rob Hallak, Guy Assaker, and Peter O’Connor

RESEARCH NOTES

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of World Heritage Site Image: The Case of Hue
Mingming Cheng, Ipkin Anthony Wong, and Matthew Tingchi Liu

Trip Budget and Destination Advertising Response
Yeongbae Choe, Jason L. Stienmetz, and Daniel R. Fesenmaier

Social Valuation and Repeat Visitation of Grey Nomads in Regional Queensland of Australia
Renuka Mahadevan

Not so Different After All: Tourism Industry Members’ Opinions Regarding Recent and Future Tourism Issues
Sarah Nicholls

REVIEWS SECTION

REVIEW

Is There a Right to Tourism?
Noreen Breakey and Hugh Breakey

BOOK REVIEWS

Critical Debates in Tourism (Tej Vir Singh, Editor)
Laura B. Johnson

Future Tourism. Political, Social and Economic Challenges (James Leigh, Craig Webster, and Stanislav Ivanov, Editors)
Amy Savener

Volume 18 Subject and Author Index

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Volume 21, Number 1

The Augmented Convention Offering: The Impact of Destination and Product Images on Attendees’ Perceived Benefits 1
Makarand Mody, Susan Gordon, Xinran Lehto, Siu-Ian (Amy) So, and Mimi Li

Destination Attributes and Overall Destination Satisfaction in Zimbabwe 17
Getrude Kwanisai and Sebastian Vengesayi

Competition in Tourism Arrivals: A Multidimensional Index of Geographical Structural Similarity 29
Nuno Crespo, Nádia Nogueira Simões, and Jose Maria Duarte

Mobilities for Tourism Studies and “Beyond”: A Polemic 47
Adam Doering and Tara Duncan

The Quagmire of Stakeholder Engagement in Tourism Planning: A Case Example From Australia 61
Christof Pforr and Martin Brueckner

A Wine Tourist Behavior Model for Australian Winery Cellar Doors 77
Xiaoyu Chen, Johan Bruwer, Justin Cohen, and Steve Goodman

Competitive Determinance–Performance Analysis: An Illustration on Turkish Winter Tourism Destinations 93
Emre Erbas

RESEARCH NOTES

Using Thematic Analysis in Tourism Research 107
Trudie Walters

The Stagnation of Summer Glacier Skiing 117
Martin Falk

REVIEWS SECTION 123

BOOK REVIEWS