Exploring the emotional dimension of visitors' satisfaction at cultural events

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Christou, Prokopis; Sharpley, Richard Anthony john; Farmaki, Anna;

Cultural events have emerged as a destination instrument for sharing local folk culture with visitors, aspiring to provide them with satisfying experiences at the same time as conveying socio-economic benefits to the local communities. However, studies of the visitor sa... View more
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