To travel or not to travel: towards understanding the theory of nativistic motivation

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George, Babu P.; Inbakaran, Robert; Poyyamoli, Gopalsamy; (2010)
  • Publisher: Institute for Tourism
  • Journal: Turizam : međunarodni znanstveno-stručni časopis,volume 58,issue 4 (issn: 1332-7461, eissn: 1849-1545)
  • Subject: touristic motivation; nativistic motivation; scale development; interaction of motivational factors

Largely employing the frameworks provided by the opponent process theory, the trans-theoretical model of change, and the two factor theory of motivation, the present paper introduces the concept of ‘nativistic motivation’ into the tourism literature. Although nativistic... View more
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