Journal of Destination Marketing & Management

(The TQCC of Journal of Destination Marketing & Management is 18. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Demystifying the effects of perceived risk and fear on customer engagement, co-creation and revisit intention during COVID-19: A protection motivation theory approach120
COVID-19 and repeat visitation: Assessing the role of destination social responsibility, destination reputation, holidaymakers’ trust and fear arousal106
Residents’ perceived risk, emotional solidarity, and support for tourism amidst the COVID-19 pandemic105
Can domestic tourism relieve the COVID-19 tourist industry crisis? The case of Spain99
Destination image during the COVID-19 pandemic and future travel behavior: The moderating role of past experience95
Seeing the invisible hand: Underlying effects of COVID-19 on tourists’ behavioral patterns89
Motivations, emotions and satisfaction: The keys to a tourism destination choice82
Virtual travel experience and destination marketing: Effects of sense and information quality on flow and visit intention81
The impact of destination brand authenticity and destination brand self-congruence on tourist loyalty: The mediating role of destination brand engagement76
Which travel risks are more salient for destination choice? An examination of the tourist’s decision-making process69
Dynamic assessment of tourism carrying capacity and its impacts on tourism economic growth in urban tourism destinations in China62
Understanding memorable tourism experiences and behavioural intentions of heritage tourists62
The interplay between social media communication, brand equity and brand engagement in tourist destinations: An analysis in an emerging economy62
From desktop to destination: User-generated content platforms, co-created online experiences, destination image and satisfaction58
Place attachment through sensory-rich, emotion-generating place experiences in rural tourism58
The relationships among nostalgic emotion, destination images and tourist behaviors: An empirical study of Istanbul57
The impact of gamification adoption intention on brand awareness and loyalty in tourism: The mediating effect of customer engagement55
Experiences, post-trip destination image, satisfaction and loyalty: A study in an ecotourism context54
COVID-19, social distancing, and risk-averse actions of hospitality and tourism consumers: A case of South Korea53
Tourists perceived crowding and destination attractiveness: The moderating effects of perceived risk and experience quality50
Destination branding: Opportunities and new challenges50
Impact of destination psychological ownership on residents’ “place citizenship behavior”46
The effect of celebrity endorsement on destination brand love: A comparison of previous visitors and potential tourists46
Travelers’ intention to adopt virtual reality: A consumer value perspective45
Spatial and experimental analysis of peer-to-peer accommodation consumption during COVID-1941
Tourists’ emotional solidarity with residents: A segmentation analysis and its links to destination image and loyalty39
Managing the structure of tourism experiences: Foundations for tourism design39
Influence of young consumers’ external and internal variables on their e-loyalty to tourism sites38
Authenticity, involvement, and nostalgia: Understanding visitor satisfaction with an adaptive reuse heritage site in urban China38
How safety affects destination image projected through online travel reviews37
Culinary tourism as a driver of regional economic development and socio-cultural revitalization: Evidence from Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia37
The roles of cultural worldview and authenticity in tourists’ decision-making process in a heritage tourism destination using a model of goal-directed behavior37
Measuring the progress of smart destinations: The use of indicators as a management tool36
The bright and dark sides of artificial intelligence: A futures perspective on tourist destination experiences36
Designing tourism governance: The role of local residents33
Social embeddedness and its benefits for cooperation in a tourism destination33
Visitors' perceptions of religious tourism destinations31
The impact of travel constraints on travel decision-making: A comparative approach of travel frequencies and intended travel participation31
Cross–border tourism destination marketing: Prerequisites and critical success factors31
Exploring new ways of visitor tracking using big data sources: Opportunities and limits of passive mobile data for tourism30
Understanding aesthetic experiences in nature-based tourism: The important role of tourists’ literary associations30
The Smart City Hospitality Framework: Creating a foundation for collaborative reflections on overtourism that support destination design30
Crowded and popular: The two sides of the coin affecting theme-park experience, satisfaction, and loyalty29
Push-motivation-based emotional arousal: A research study in a coastal destination29
A model of tourists’ civilized behaviors: Toward sustainable coastal tourism in China29
Tourists’ spatial-temporal behavior patterns in theme parks: A case study of Ocean Park Hong Kong29
Post-COVID-19 recovery of island tourism using a smart tourism destination framework28
Developing an artificial intelligence framework for online destination image photos identification28
Host sincerity and tourist environmentally responsible behavior: The mediating role of tourists’ emotional solidarity with hosts27
Drivers and emerging innovations in knowledge-based destinations: Towards a research agenda27
Identifying the response factors in the formation of a sense of presence and a destination image from a 360-degree virtual tour27
The antecedents of visitors' flow experience and its influence on memory and behavioral intentions in the music festival context27
The effect of tour interpretation on perceived heritage values: A comparison of tourists with and without tour guiding interpretation at a heritage destination27
The challenges of over-tourism facing New Zealand: Risks and responses27
Evolution characteristics of the spatial network structure of tourism efficiency in China: A province-level analysis27
Assessing the tourism performance of the Mediterranean coastal destinations: A combined efficiency and effectiveness approach26
Health outcomes of tourism development: A longitudinal study of the impact of tourism arrivals on residents’ health25
Halal tourism is traveling fast: Community perceptions and implications24
World Heritage Sites in developing countries: Assessing impacts and handling complexities toward sustainable tourism24
Development and validation of an experience scale for pilgrimage tourists23
Health destination image: The influence of public health management and well-being conditions23
Associations between travel and tourism competitiveness and culture23
Testing the structural relationships of tourism authenticities23
Destination design: New perspectives for tourism destination development22
What drives the helpfulness of online reviews? A deep learning study of sentiment analysis, pictorial content and reviewer expertise for mature destinations22
Effects of terrorist attacks on tourist flows to France: Is wine tourism a substitute for urban tourism?22
Does tourism promote economic growth in Chinese ethnic minority areas? A nonlinear perspective21
Is nothing like before? COVID-19–evoked changes to tourism destination social media communication21
Korean DMZ tourists' perceived similarity and shared beliefs in predicting place attachment and support for tourism development21
Development and validation of a tourist experience scale for cultural and creative industries parks21
A moderator of destination social responsibility for tourists’ pro-environmental behaviors in the VIP model21
Exploring destination loyalty: Application of social media analytics in a nature-based tourism setting20
Understanding coastal and marine tourism sustainability - A multi-stakeholder analysis20
The role of travel constraints in shaping nostalgia, destination attachment and revisit intentions and the moderating effect of prevention regulatory focus20
Emotional brand communication on Facebook and Twitter: Are DMOs successful?20
Does uncertainty avoidance moderate the effect of self-congruity on revisit intention? A two-city (Auckland and Glasgow) investigation20
Understanding technological contributions to accessible tourism from the perspective of destination design for visually impaired visitors in Hong Kong20
Residents’ happiness of life in rural tourism development19
Digital nomads’ lifestyles and coworkation19
Marketing Kerala in India as God's Own Country! for tourists' spiritual transformation, rejuvenation and well-being19
Sanctions and tourism: Conceptualisation and implications for destination marketing and management18
Relationships between Chinese cultural values and tourist motivations: A study of Chinese tourists visiting Israel18
Eco-guilt in tourism: Do tourists intend to behave environmentally friendly and still revisit?18
What drives international tourism development in the Belt and Road Initiative?18
Pride of being part of a host community? Medium-term effects of mega-events on citizen quality of life: The case of the World Expo 2015 in Milan18