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Measuring Environmental Responsible Behavior Through Experience Quality, Perceived Value, And Tourist Satisfaction From The Perspectives Of Tourists In Natural Sites, Anil Kumar, Suman Lata 2022 Westminster International University in Tashkent

Measuring Environmental Responsible Behavior Through Experience Quality, Perceived Value, And Tourist Satisfaction From The Perspectives Of Tourists In Natural Sites, Anil Kumar, Suman Lata

Journal of Global Business Insights

This study aims to examine environmentally responsible behavior through experience quality, perceived value, and tourist satisfaction while explaining responsible behavior of tourists towards the environment in the natural sites of Madhya Pradesh, India. The theoretical framework proposed is based on literature. Structural equation modeling (SEM) was employed using partial least squares (PLS) 3.0 software to test the model fit and hypotheses. The data was collected using random sampling from 131 tourists at these natural sites who participated in the survey through a questionnaire. The analysis showed a good fit for the environmentally responsible behavior study model. The results suggested ...


What Explains Smartwatch Adoption? A Comparative Study Of South Korea And Indonesia, Mufida Sekardhani, Sujin Song 2022 Entrepreneurship Department, BINUS Business School Undergraduate Program Bina Nusantara University, Malang, Indonesia 65154

What Explains Smartwatch Adoption? A Comparative Study Of South Korea And Indonesia, Mufida Sekardhani, Sujin Song

Asia Marketing Journal

Identifying factors that influence consumers’ intentions to adopt a smartwatch has become a major research interest in marketing literature, yet little is known about it in dissimilar cultural settings. The current research employs a comparative study of South Korea and Indonesia, which differ in location and cultural heritage, smartwatch penetration rate, geographic size, level of income, and developmental stage as a country. An extended model of TAM is proposed, and PLS-SEM is employed to test the model on data collected from 262 respondents. The findings indicate that complementary goods and healthtology have positive influences on perceived usefulness and visibility has ...


Are More Followers Always Better? The Non-Linear Relationship Between The Number Of Followers And User Engagement On Seeded Marketing Campaigns In Instagram, Suyoung Moon, Shijin Yoo 2022 Student Wisconsin Business School University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin, United States of America

Are More Followers Always Better? The Non-Linear Relationship Between The Number Of Followers And User Engagement On Seeded Marketing Campaigns In Instagram, Suyoung Moon, Shijin Yoo

Asia Marketing Journal

Seeded marketing campaign (SMC) is a newly created type of marketing activities with the widespread use of social media. Previous research has examined to find out the optimal seeding strategy that yields the best outcome from the campaign. This research explores the relationships between the characteristics of the seeded influencer and user engagement. The data consists of information from 1,062 seeded Instagram posts posted in September 2020 in Korea and 778 seeded influencers who posted those contents. Analyzed by negative binomial regression, our quadratic model suggests that the relationship between user engagement and the number of followers of the ...


Mobile Banking Service In Mongolia: The Role Of Online Convenience On The Acceptance And Use Behavior, Aisena Ivanova, Grimm Noh 2022 School of Management, Mongolia International University

Mobile Banking Service In Mongolia: The Role Of Online Convenience On The Acceptance And Use Behavior, Aisena Ivanova, Grimm Noh

Asia Marketing Journal

The goal of this study is to scrutinize the impact of individual online convenience dimensions on mobile banking acceptance and use in Mongolia. A total of 211 valid responses were collected from Mongolian university students who currently use mobile banking application services from local banks. The SmartPLS 3.3 software was used to conduct the confirmatory factor analysis and test the hypotheses. Using structural equation modelling, this research discovered that access convenience, transaction convenience, and possession/post- possession convenience are the main constructs related to the adoption of mobile banking services. Perceived innovation showed a significant positive effect on the ...


Monetizing Attention And Branding Strategy: Assessing The Effects Of Personal Branding On Amateur Athletic Compensation, Abby Christiansen 2022 Portland State University

Monetizing Attention And Branding Strategy: Assessing The Effects Of Personal Branding On Amateur Athletic Compensation, Abby Christiansen

University Honors Theses

What role does branding play in the compensation issues faced by amateur athletes? How has the rise of influential online social personas legally impacted their case? This thesis explores the long-standing compensation issues that many amateur athletes have faced while under the control of the NCAA. It connects the social impact of online personal branding to some of the legal victories won by student athletes as they gain more freedom over their NIL (name, image, likeness) by detailing the importance of branding and its evolution into personal branding in a 21st century economy. Many of the rules and regulations ...


The Impact Of E-Service Quality On The Customer Satisfaction Of Electronic And Small Appliances Online Shoppers In Saudi Arabia, Majed A. Almobarak 2022 University of the Incarnate Word

The Impact Of E-Service Quality On The Customer Satisfaction Of Electronic And Small Appliances Online Shoppers In Saudi Arabia, Majed A. Almobarak

Theses & Dissertations

The objective of this quantitative study, which utilized a non-experimental, correlational predictive design, was to evaluate the association between perceptions of e-service quality by Saudi Arabian adult residents and their overall satisfaction with the online retailer from which they buy their electronics and small appliances products. The study also sought to determine to what extent e-service quality factors, as a group and independently, predict the customer satisfaction of the participants of this study. The participants of this study were limited to adults (18 years of age or older), male and female, who live in any region of Saudi Arabia, and ...


Obstacles To Managing Social Institutions In Light Of The Corona Pandemic, Ibrahim Al-Adra, Mohd Habib Samkari 2022 School of Arts, University of Jordan, Jordan

Obstacles To Managing Social Institutions In Light Of The Corona Pandemic, Ibrahim Al-Adra, Mohd Habib Samkari

Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Research in Higher Education (مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية (للبحوث في التعليم العالي

The study aimed to identify the obstacles to managing social institutions in light of the Corona pandemic. The study sample consisted of (15) general managers and directors of sub-sections in social institutions working in the field. The study used the qualitative approach for the purposes of the study, and the researchers used the interview as a tool for collecting information and data. The results of the study indicated that the most prominent administrative obstacles are the lack of alternative plans for the administration to deal with crises, and the lack of readiness of the Internet and technology infrastructure. While the ...


The Relationships Among Locus Of Control, The Impostor Phenomenon, And Math Anxiety In Business Majors, Tiffany L. S. Tovey, Stephanie Kelly, Wiley Brown 2022 University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The Relationships Among Locus Of Control, The Impostor Phenomenon, And Math Anxiety In Business Majors, Tiffany L. S. Tovey, Stephanie Kelly, Wiley Brown

International Journal for Business Education

The importance of quantitative literacy in business education cannot be overstated. A barrier to enhancing quantitative skills for many business majors is their math anxiety, an angst some individuals experience when working with numbers. This study explored the relationship between math anxiety, locus of control, and impostor phenomenon in business students. 220 business students (undergraduate and graduate) from a two moderately sized southeastern universities in the United States participated in an online survey that assessed these three phenomena. A linear regression was run to understand the relationships among the variables. The results indicated that more than one fifth of math ...


Trans-Parasocial Relation Between Influencers And Viewers On Live Streaming Platforms: How Does It Affect Viewer Stickiness And Purchanse Intention?, Jeeyeon Kim, Jui-Ting Liu, Sue Ryung Chang 2022 College of Management, National Sun Yat-sen University

Trans-Parasocial Relation Between Influencers And Viewers On Live Streaming Platforms: How Does It Affect Viewer Stickiness And Purchanse Intention?, Jeeyeon Kim, Jui-Ting Liu, Sue Ryung Chang

Asia Marketing Journal

Live streaming has become one of the most important communication tools for influencers to synchronously interact with viewers. It is critical to understand the effect of the reciprocal and synchronously interactive relations built between influencers and viewers, so-called trans-parasocial relations, in the context of live streaming. In this study, we investigate how trans-parasocial relations impact viewers’ stickiness and purchase intention on live streaming platforms. Furthermore, we investigate fanship as a mediating factor in the relationship between trans-parasocial relations and viewers’ behaviors. Overall, the results reveal significant direct and indirect effects of trans-parasocial relations on viewers’ stickiness and purchase intention. Higher ...


The Terrorist Laffer Curve:Rationality And Insurgency In Iraq, 2004-2008, Dennis S. Edwards 2022 Coastal Carolina University

The Terrorist Laffer Curve:Rationality And Insurgency In Iraq, 2004-2008, Dennis S. Edwards

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

While the original framework by Arthur Laffer focused on tax rates and the resulting revenue from such taxation, the Laffer curve has been applied to other studies in behavior as well. This paper details evidence of a Laffer curve in Iraq with respect to terrorist violence and Iraqi public support of that violence against the U.S.-led coalition forces. As insurgents began killing more Iraqi citizens in their attacks on U.S.-led forces, the increased lethality caused initial support of such violence to erode. As a result, the high-level terrorist hierarchy has suggested that its operatives reduce lethality ...


Estimating The Effect Of Poker Room Promotions On Player Traffic, Michael T. Paz, Mikhail M. Sher, B D. McCullough, Shabnam Zarin 2022 Cornell University

Estimating The Effect Of Poker Room Promotions On Player Traffic, Michael T. Paz, Mikhail M. Sher, B D. Mccullough, Shabnam Zarin

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

This paper examines the impact of poker room promotions on player traffic in casino-based poker rooms. Casinos regularly spend significant portions of their marketing budget on promotions, including free-play, item-based offers, complementary hotel rooms, and travel reimbursements (among others), in an effort to drive casino traffic. Poker room promotions, by contrast, are unique within the context of casino promotions because they are both player-funded and paid in cash. Despite these significant differences between poker room and other casino promotions, prior research has not provided empirical evidence on the effectiveness of poker room promotions. Using collected data on casino-based poker games ...


The Effect Of Digital Marketing Implementation Through Location-Based Advertising On Customer's Purchase Intention: A Case Of Fmcg Products In Karachi, Maira Junejo, Iqra Anwar Shah 2022 Shaheed Zulifkar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST)

The Effect Of Digital Marketing Implementation Through Location-Based Advertising On Customer's Purchase Intention: A Case Of Fmcg Products In Karachi, Maira Junejo, Iqra Anwar Shah

IBA SBS International Conference

The intended research will target the problem of lack of LBA application and ineffective utilization of LBA in mobile advertising in digital marketing. Not much focus has been given to this area of marketing in the existing literature as well as practice in the context of the FMCG sector in Karachi, Pakistan. Wibisurya (2018) alluded that LBA has the potential to positively influence a consumer’s behavior towards a type of advertisement being carried out. However, FMCG marketers show a significant lack of interest in the domain. Moreover, LBA performed through SMS advertising increases two-way communication between consumers and FMCG ...


Understanding Millennials Regarding Online Versus In-Store Grocery Shopping Preferences, Timothy L. Schauer 2022 University of Lynchburg

Understanding Millennials Regarding Online Versus In-Store Grocery Shopping Preferences, Timothy L. Schauer

Atlantic Marketing Journal

Grocery shopping has changed in significant ways over the last 150 years – all to allow customers to choose their own items (Strasser, 1989). Within the last decade, large U.S. supermarkets, like Kroger, Walmart, and Safeway have rolled out online stores (Perez, 2015). However, in 2017, when the Internet-based giant, Amazon, acquired Whole Foods and developed the Amazon Go concept store, the march toward online-only sales came into question. The purpose of this research is to attempt to understand the preferences associated with Millennials regarding online versus in-store grocery shopping preferences. This paper provides the following contributions. First, it extends ...


Keeping The Faith: The Impact Of Religiosity On Controversial Social Justice Advertising, Rebecca Rast, Josh Coleman, Christina S. Simmers 2022 Missouri State University

Keeping The Faith: The Impact Of Religiosity On Controversial Social Justice Advertising, Rebecca Rast, Josh Coleman, Christina S. Simmers

Atlantic Marketing Journal

Religious individuals have traditionally responded negatively to controversial advertising; however, little has been examined in their response to brand activism in the form of social justice issues. Interestingly, brands may find support from more religious individuals when promoting certain social issues. Across three studies using two social networks (Twitter and Instagram), this research demonstrates that individuals who identify as more religious (compared to those who identify as less religious) consistently display higher attitudes, intentions, and perceptions of authenticity for brands supporting social justice issues (precisely racial inequality, or “Black Lives Matter”). These findings are explained through social identity theory, in ...


Analysis Of The Comovement Of Unemployment In Midwestern States, TAMMY RAPP PARKER 2022 ONS. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE

Analysis Of The Comovement Of Unemployment In Midwestern States, Tammy Rapp Parker

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

The current paper investigates the interrelatedness of twelve Midwestern states through the comovement of unemployment rates. Due to their geographic location, we would anticipate similarities and comovement among macroeconomic variables. The results show that although most of the bivariate pairings do show a relationship. Five of the sixty-five pairings show no indication of cointegration among their unemployment rates. Each of these five pairings includes North Dakota. The paper investigates geographic and socioeconomic similarities between these states to try to explain these results.


Baumol And Bowen Cost Effects In Research Universities, ROBERT E. MARTIN 2022 Centre College

Baumol And Bowen Cost Effects In Research Universities, Robert E. Martin

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

We estimate cost models for both public and private research universities and use partial differentials from these models to estimate different cost effects. The results suggest both Baumol’s cost disease and Bowen’s revenue theory drive cost higher and that Bowen effects are larger than Baumol effects. Tight revenue since 2008 reversed some declines in productivity and accelerated the trend in economizing on the use of tenure track faculty. This behavior under loose and tight revenue constraints is consistent with Bowen’s revenue theory.


Tesla Vs. Its Stock Price: “Herd Theory” At Work?, Yun Cheng, CARROLL GRIFFIN 2022 University of West Georgia

Tesla Vs. Its Stock Price: “Herd Theory” At Work?, Yun Cheng, Carroll Griffin

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

Since its inception in 2003, Tesla, Inc. has striven to be more than simply an electric automobile manufacturer. Since its first release in 2008 (the luxury Roadster), the company has introduced several additional high-end models as well as a much anticipated mid-priced model. Its vehicles consistently receive enthusiastic reviews from consumer analysts and industry publications alike. Perhaps as a reflection of its continued innovation and product-line expansion, as well as investor optimism regarding the company’s future prospects, its stock price has risen to extraordinary levels. However, despite all of this apparent success and highly-valued stock, Tesla has generated relatively ...


African American Law Firms And The Importance Of Strategic Advertising, Jamie Pleasant, Paul Brown 2022 Clark Atlanta University

African American Law Firms And The Importance Of Strategic Advertising, Jamie Pleasant, Paul Brown

Southern University College of Business E-Journal

African American (AA) law firms in the 21st century have found themselves competing for market sustainability in a majority led industry that spends billions on advertisements (Li 2017). AA attorneys as a whole are continuously finding themselves collectively pouring millions of dollars in radio and television advertisements in order to acquire new clients to survive. Interestingly, no sound advertisement strategy is usually executed by these well intended but misguided law firms at the majority and minority levels and both types of firms end up spending a lot of valuable money in various media outlets that produce little or no positive ...


Impact Of Orientation Program On Teacher's Performance, Akshay Kumar Mishra 2022 Assistant Professor, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur

Impact Of Orientation Program On Teacher's Performance, Akshay Kumar Mishra

Management Dynamics

No abstract provided.


Mother Lou Studio: Branding For A Handcrafted Jewelry Business, Amanda K. Hall 2022 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Mother Lou Studio: Branding For A Handcrafted Jewelry Business, Amanda K. Hall

Graphic Communication

In the height of the pandemic I gained interest in jewelry-making. Needing a new hobby, I researched the many methods of making jewelry and soon began practicing the craft. Sand casting became a form of meditation, and I hope to gain more experience in silver smithing in the near future. For my senior project, I wanted to combine my personal, creative abilities with the skills I have learned through my Graphic Communication courses. This project showcases my design and business skills, while building a unique brand that will be a part of my future career.


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