Journal of Vacation Marketing

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Vacation Marketing is 9. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Exploring the effectiveness of emotional and rational user-generated contents in digital tourism platforms46
The impact of the source credibility of Instagram influencers on travel intention: The mediating role of parasocial interaction44
The impact of online reviews on destination trust and travel intention: The moderating role of online review trustworthiness36
Encouraging tourist citizenship behavior through resource uniqueness and service quality: The mediating role of emotions35
Are female business travelers willing to travel during COVID-19? An exploratory study33
Investigating metaverse marketing for travel and tourism32
The influence of eWOM on intentions for booking luxury hotels by Generation Y31
Testing self-congruity theory in Bektashi faith destinations: The roles of memorable tourism experience and destination attachment29
Hong Kong protests and tourism: Modelling tourist trust on revisit intention26
The impacts of under-tourism and place attachment on residents’ life satisfaction25
Marketing for sustainability: Travellers’ intentions to stay in green hotels24
Marketing China to U.S. travelers through electronic word-of-mouth and destination image: Taking Beijing as an example23
Impulse buying in hospitality: The role of content posted by social media influencers23
Understanding tourists’ motivations to launch a boycott on social media: A case study of the #BoycottMurree campaign in Pakistan23
Effects of perceived value on satisfaction and revisit intention: Domestic vs. international tourists22
Tea tourism: Designation of origin brand image, destination image, and visit intention21
Analysis of antecedents and consequences of memorable tourist experiences (MTEs): A Spanish case study21
Active sport event participants’ behavioural intentions: Leveraging outcomes for future attendance and visitation20
Understanding augmented reality marketing in world cultural heritage site, the lens of authenticity perspective20
The role of perceived vulnerability in restaurant customers’ co-creation behavior and repatronage intention during the COVID-19 pandemic19
How does familiarity shape destination image and loyalty for visitors and residents?19
Tell me your story: Branding destinations through residents’ (place) stories18
Exploring tourism-generated social media communication, brand equity, satisfaction, and loyalty: A PLS-SEM-based multi-sequential approach18
Pride and promotion: Exploring relationships between national identification, destination advocacy, tourism ethnocentrism and destination image18
Virtual reality in retirement communities: Technology acceptance and tourist destination recommendation17
Destination selection: Influence of tourists’ personality on perceived travel constraints17
Family tourism: Interpersonal interaction, existential authenticity and quality of tourist experience17
Understanding service quality attributes that drive user ratings: A text mining approach17
Virtual reality, YouTube, or social media? Assessing promotional effects on tourism destination17
Mapping aboriginal tourism experiences in Taiwan: A case of the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village16
Eye tracking and tourism research: A systematic literature review16
Destination restaurants, place attachment, and future destination patronization15
Effects of tourism experiences on tourists’ subjective well-being through recollection and storytelling14
A model of destination consumption, attitude, religious involvement, satisfaction, and revisit intention14
Factors affecting consumers’ impulsive buying behavior in tourism mobile commerce using SEM and fsQCA14
How to create flow experience during travel: The role of destination attributes14
Modeling behavioral intention toward traveling in times of a health-related crisis14
Mobile hotel reservations and customer behavior: Channel familiarity and channel type14
Sharing travel related experiences on social media – Integrating social capital and face orientation13
Motivation-based segmentation of Chinese senior travelers: The role of preferences, sociodemographic, and travel-related features13
Trust in social non-pharmaceutical interventions and travel intention during a pandemic12
The Use of Mobile Applications for Travel Booking: Impacts of Application Quality and Brand Trust12
Is VR always better for destination marketing? Comparing different media and styles12
Should we or should we not? Examining travelers' perceived privacy, perceived security and actual behavior in online travel purchases12
The influence of Hanok experience on tourists’ attitude and behavioral intention: An interplay between experiences and a Value-Attitude-Behavior model11
Antecedents and outcomes of use experience of airport service robot: The stimulus-organism-response (S-O-R) framework11
How service quality and perceived value affect behavioral intentions of ecolodge guests: The moderating effect of prior visit11
Examining the Airbnb accommodation experience in Hangzhou through the lens of the Experience Economy Model11
Profanity in viral tourism marketing: A conceptual model of destination image reinforcement11
Examining relationships among food’s perceived value, well-being, and tourists’ loyalty10
Emerging space tourism business: Uncovering customer avoidance responses and behaviours10
Will the relevance of review language and destination attractions be helpful? A data-driven approach10
Tourist gazes through photographs9
Risk perception and visit intention on Olympic destination: Symmetric and asymmetric approaches9
Pay Now or Pay Later: The Impact of Time on Payment Preference in Hotel Booking9
The experience I will remember: The role of tourist personality, motivation, and destination personality9
Choosing the Optimal Segmentation Technique to Understand Tourist Behaviour9
Using self-report and skin conductance measures to evaluate theme park experiences9
An extended stimulus-organism-response model of Hanfu experience in cultural heritage tourism9
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