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Ecotourism site in relation to tourist attitude and further behavioural changes

Mingming Cheng, Xin Jin, IpKin Anthony Wong
2013 Current Issues in Tourism  
Given that there is relatively little knowledge in the current literature in understanding the role of ecotourism site in China, the researcher employs a qualitative research approach through in-depth  ...  Nevertheless, this finding contributes to existing literature in understanding the importance of perceived health benefits of Asian tourists, especially Chinese tourists, travelling to ecotourism site.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13683500.2013.800030 fatcat:6ff2nmuyqfhqpgscmfp52jcjxq

China vs the WHO: a behavioural norm conflict in the SARS crisis

Christian Kreuder-Sonnen
2019 International Affairs  
The article accounts for the resort to behavioural contestation by pointing to the strategic advantages it offers for furthering a contentious norm understanding without facing the social costs of making  ...  This article studies a conflict over two competing norms in which the actors demonstrated incompatible positions not through arguments, but through actions.  ...  indicating a sharp rise in SARS cases in the region, 43 the Chinese authorities had never consented to Guangdong being the subject of a global travel warning.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ia/iiz022 pmid:32287368 pmcid:PMC7108605 fatcat:ghptbqtm4bbwjovrtxhie6cxnm

Issues in information behaviour on social media

Khoo Christopher S.G.
2014 LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal  
Social media present a rich environment to study information behaviour, as much of the user interaction is recorded and stored in publicly accessible repositories and on personal devices. Objectives.  ...  Users use a combination of information behaviours, information sources, and online as well as offline sources for information needs that are important to them. Conclusion.  ...  Social media sites afford researchers an opportunity to redress the imbalance, to develop a more rounded and holistic understanding of information behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.32655/libres.2014.2.2 fatcat:xcpolhx5azb5zb7hstfwvpqncm

Analysis of Tourism Hotspot Behaviour Based on Geolocated Travel Blog Data: The Case of Qyer

Michael Kaufmann, Patrick Siegfried, Lukas Huck, Jürg Stettler
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
A pilot application in a case study of Chinese travel in Switzerland by analysing Qyer travel blog data demonstrates the potential of our method.  ...  Third, Chinese independent travellers, which are the main target group of Qyer, are mainly interested in the discovered travel hotspots, similar to tourists on packaged tours, but also show interest in  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8110493 fatcat:djtz22rtmrhrbazxoe2k66dsta

Examining Young Malaysians Travel Behaviour and Expenditure Patterns in Domestic Tourism

Lim Khong Chiu, Kamal Izzuwan Ramli, Noor Suhaila Yusof, Cheah Swee Ting
2015 Asian Social Science  
Therefore, it has raised questions on the worthiness of carrying out a study about the travel behaviour and expenditure patterns among the young travellers in Malaysia.  ...  A total of 643 respondents, which has been randomly selected in the Northern States of Malaysia were involved in the study.  ...  vacation, for example, the 'Gîtes d' Enfants' in France and a single-sex group holiday with a group of friends.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v11n9p77 fatcat:jv7nsryplzebninmfvfgel5m3e

Cultural contexts during a pandemic: a qualitative description of cultural factors that shape protective behaviours in the Chinese-Canadian community

Charlotte T. Lee, Rahim Kanji, Angel H. Wang, Aaida Mamuji, Jack Rozdilsky, Terri Chu
2021 BMC Public Health  
The purpose of this study is to describe the cultural factors during the COVID-19 pandemic that shaped protective health behaviours in the Chinese-Canadian community, one of the largest Chinese diasporas  ...  Content analysis was used to analyze the data from semi-structured virtual interviews conducted with 83 adult Chinese-Canadian participants residing in a metropolitan area in the Province of Ontario, Canada  ...  Culture, which is defined as the beliefs, attitudes, practices and explanations used to create behavioural norms in a group, can play a key role in the adoption of protective behaviours during the COVID  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-021-11928-w pmid:34666726 fatcat:5chqzlruorbbrejf7fxioiptri

Epidemiological, behavioural, and clinical factors associated with antimicrobial-resistant gonorrhoea: a review

Million Abraha, Dianne Egli-Gany, Nicola Low
2018 F1000Research  
In this review, we describe the findings of 24 studies, published between 1989 and 2017, that examined epidemiological, behavioural, and clinical factors and their associations with a range of antimicrobial  ...  Antimicrobial-resistant is less common in some N. gonorrhoeae black minority and Aboriginal ethnic groups than in the majority white population in high-income countries.  ...  List of articles included in review, by year of publication. Click here to access data. Supplementary file 2.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.13600.1 pmid:29636908 pmcid:PMC5871945 fatcat:wj3kof447vfvjmqqlfl3omcej4

Early career researchers: Scholarly behaviour and the prospect of change

David Nicholas, Anthony Watkinson, Cherifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Blanca Rodríguez-Bravo, Jie Xu, Abdullah Abrizah, Marzena Świgoń, Eti Herman
2017 Learned Publishing  
They merit long and detailed investigation, and towards this end, this overarching paper provides a summary of the firstyear findings of a 3-year, longitudinal study of 116 science and social science ECRs  ...  The study focused on the attitudes and behaviours of ECRs with respect to scholarly communications and the extent to which they are adopting new and disruptive technologies, such as social media, online  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research reported here has been funded by the Publishing Research Consortium; the National Social Science Foundation of China, No. 15CTQ026; and Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia  ... 
doi:10.1002/leap.1098 fatcat:sl7oi6tbdzb7xcrjqn4eudjnqq

Behavioural, emotional and family functioning of hospitalized children in China and Hong Kong

C. Kennedy, S. Kools, S. K. F. Kong, J.-L. Chen, L. Franck, T. K. S. Wong
2004 International Nursing Review  
A greater understanding of child behavioural responses has led to improved nursing interventions to prevent or ameliorate negative effects.  ...  Separation from familiar caregivers and the home environment appeared to play a major role in the hospitalized toddler’s behaviour regard- less of the culture.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1466-7657.2003.00204.x pmid:14764013 fatcat:46lk6wkqvfgkvbpiqy2kyegoau

Cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus

Thomas Fuller, Rilana Cima, Berthold Langguth, Birgit Mazurek, Johan WS Vlaeyen, Derek J Hoare, Cochrane ENT Group
2020 The Cochrane library  
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a collection of psychological treatments based on the cognitive and behavioural traditions in psychology and often used to treat people suffering from tinnitus.  ...  Tinnitus affects up to 21% of the adult population with an estimated 1% to 3% experiencing severe problems.  ...  Rilana Cima: was an investigator and author of the Cima 2012 study, which was a RCT comparing stepped CBT-based care with treatment as usual on the impact of tinnitus on quality of life.  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd012614.pub2 pmid:31912887 pmcid:PMC6956618 fatcat:a2t6xtijwjax3bdsffqc57gywq

Who Is Responsible for Students' Challenging Behaviour? A Study of the Causal Attributions of Teachers to Challenging Behaviour in Primary Schools in West Bengal, India

Susmita Patnaik, Umesh Sharma, Pearl Subban
2022 Disabilities  
A small group of teachers recommended using reactive (e.g., discipline and threats) strategies to manage challenging behaviours in their classrooms.  ...  The aim of the study was to understand the causal attributions of teachers to challenging behaviours in primary classrooms in West Bengal, India.  ...  In the cases of students disinterested in classwork, the teachers collaborated with parents in order to understand the students' needs in detail.  ... 
doi:10.3390/disabilities2010005 fatcat:wr47676q6vfvxgmx75ecqk5fgm

Contextualising ethnic minority entrepreneurship beyond the west

Michiel Verver, David Passenier, Carel Roessingh
2019 International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research  
Findings -The two cases reveal that, in contrast to characterisations of ethnic minority entrepreneurship in the west, the Mennonites in Belize and the Chinese in Cambodia have come to comprise the economic  ...  Belize and the Chinese in Cambodia.  ...  role in business (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijebr-03-2019-0190 fatcat:bw3xdv6pevevhd4ryizyjqvxsi

The information behaviours of disadvantaged and disengaged adolescents

Steven Buchanan, Lauren Tuckerman
2016 Journal of Documentation  
Purpose: To better understand adolescent information behaviours in disadvantaged and disengaged circumstances, and explore issues of social integration.  ...  Mixed method design incorporating observation, semi-structured interviews, and focus group conducted in areas of multiple deprivations.  ...  The original intention of the focus group was to explore how participants discussed information behaviours as a group versus as individuals, and to further explore behaviours in the situational context  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-05-2015-0060 fatcat:kjojy5bbzbcmteyfg3wjmwekam

The nature of demand in different segments of the tourism market [chapter]

2016 Consumer Behaviour in Tourism  
Now fully revised and updated, the third edition of this bestselling text provides students with a vital understanding of the nature of tourism and contemporary tourists' behaviour in political, social  ...  , retail travel and transport.  ...  Acknowledgements This book is dedicated to our son, John, who has become an art historian but still our special and much loved travel companion.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315795232-19 fatcat:m42z54vuyfbw5fh7ddsopyvsly

Changing the work behaviour of Chinese employees using organisational learning

Barry Elsey, Johnny Sai‐kwong Leung
2004 Journal of Workplace Learning  
This case study reports the design, implementation and evaluation of a process improvement program "custom built" for the Chinese employees of the international company.  ...  It was imperative to change the work behaviour of the Chinese workforce.  ...  The one directed at employees sought information about changes in work behaviour arising from the first cycle of the CPI project.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13665620410528515 fatcat:s7ozov454vetzbcks72ne4l53i
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