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The Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research (JHTR), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, publishes original research, both conceptual and empirical, that clearly enhances the theoretical development of the hospitality and tourism field. The word contribution is key. JHTRencourages research based on a variety of methods, including both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
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An Examination of Destination Loyalty: Differences Between First-Time and Repeat Visitors by Christina Geng-qing Chi

Theoretical and Empirical Considerations of Guests’ Perceptions of Biometric Systems in Hotels: Extending the Technology Acceptance Model by Cristian Morosan

Impact of Individual Differences and Consumers’ Readiness on Likelihood of Using Self-Service Technologies at Hospitality Settings by Jungsun (Sunny) Kim, Natasa Christodoulidou, and Pearl Brewer

The Effect of Physical Distance Between Patrons and Servers on Tipping by Céline Jacob and Nicolas Guéguen

More than Just Biological Sex Differences: Examining the Structural Relationship Between Gender Identity and Information Search Behaviorby Haywantee Ramkissoon and Robin Nunkoo

Dimensions and Perceptional Differences of Exhibition Destination Attractiveness: The Case of China by Xin Jin, Karin Weber, and Thomas Bauer

An Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior Model for Tourists by Cathy H. C. Hsu and Songshan (Sam) Huang

Perceived Benefits and E-Commerce Adoption by SME Travel Agents in Developing Countries: Evidence from Egypt by Mohamed Abou-Shouk, Phil Megicks, and Wai Mun Lim

An Exploratory Examination of Supervisor Undermining, Employee Involvement Climate, and the Effects on Customer Perceptions of Service Quality in Quick-Service Restaurants by Kimberly Mathe and Lisa Slevitch

A Case Study of a Culinary Tourism Campaign in Germany: Implications for Strategy Making and Successful Implementation by Michael C. Ottenbacher and Robert J. Harrington

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