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The roles of subjective vitality, involvement, experience quality,
and satisfaction in tourists’ behavioral intentions

 

Mustafa Cevdet Altunel1* and Ömer Erdem Koçak2

 

Received: 19/07/2016 Accepted: 04/11/2016

 

2Teaching fellow, Istanbul Medipol University, Fatih34083, İstanbul, Turkey. Phone: +90 444 85 44; E-mail:
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Abstract
 

This study provides and tests a model that examines the relationship between behavioral intentions and involvement, experience quality, satisfaction, and, as a personal resource, subjective vitality. Specifically, the study focuses on subjective vitality. Analyzing surveyed data from 408 cultural tourists, the results indicate that subjective vitality and involvement are the antecedents of experience quality. Given the results, theoretical and managerial implications are discussed.

 

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Keywords: subjective vitality, involvement, experience quality, tourist experience, behavioral intentions, Istanbul.

 

Citation: Altunel, M., Ö. Koçak (2017) The roles of subjective vitality, involvement, experience quality, and satisfaction in tourists’ behavioral intentions. European Journal of Tourism Research 16, pp. 233-251

 

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