Perceived quality, authenticity, and price in tourists’ dining experiences: Testing competing models of satisfaction and behavioral intentions
This study examines tourists' dining experiences and tests competing models of predictors of satisfaction and behavioral intentions. Specifically, we examine the influence of service quality, quality of environment, food quality, price fairness, authenticity and tourist satisfaction on behavioral intentions. Within the context of mountain hut casual ethnic restaurants and a survey of 304 respondent tourists, we apply PLS-SEM to test both the baseline and the competing, hierarchical latent...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Journal of Vacation Marketing|
|Access Rights:||Open Access|
|2019 Muskat et al Tourist Dining Experiences_JVM.pdf||Accepted MS||564.14 kB||Adobe PDF|
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