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The backpacker market: Targeting a mobile population through online communities
Metropolitan Cuisine Tourism: Exploring Food Tourists to the Creole Cuisine in New Orleans, LA USA
Exploring the influence of survey item order and personality traits on perceived-crowding and recreational-satisfaction in an urban park environment
Sport participation and alcohol use during adolescence: Mediators and moderators explaining the positive relation
Effects of Attitudes, Subjective Norms, Self-Efficacy, and Bike Rodeo Participation on Intention to Bike Safely
Understanding Housekeeper's Perceived Labor Mobility and Job Satisfaction within the Hospitality Industry in Metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A.
Stresses and Distresses of Professional Taiwanese Tennis Players and Resources they Use to Cope
Companionship Preferences in Incentive Travel
Modeling Motivation: Examining the Structural Validity of the Sport Motivation Scale-6 among Runners
Niche Tourism within Small Island Tourism Economies: An Analysis of SCUBA Tourists In Bermuda.
Recreation accreditation: Making a difference
The effects of video modeling on leisure time activities for learners with severe special needs
Selling the Copper Canyon: Tourism and Raramuri socioeconomics in northwest Mexico
Race, gender, and cultural identity in the American rodeo
Reading maps, writing landscapes: Cartographic illustration in Arizona, 1912-1962
Empire of the hyperreal: A critical ethnography of "EverQuest"
Spirituality for sale An analysis of ayahuasca tourism
Understanding the virtualization of the backpacker culture and the emergence of the flashpacker: A mixed-method
Neighborhood parks and physical activity levels
Community, nationalism, and soccer in America's heartland: Globalization and Postville, IA
Navajo Female Participation in High School Volleyball and its Correlation/lmpact on Postsecondary Success
Click Me Out To The Ballgame: Exploring City Websites To Assess The Civic Priorities of Small and Mid-sized Communities With Minor League Baseball Teams
Exploring the On-site Behavior of Attendees at Community Festivals A Social Constructivist Grounded Theory Approach
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