Has COVID-19 Increased the Intention to Undertake Health Tourism? Examination Using a Conditional Process Model

Cheng, Yun, Yin, Jie.

Tourism Tribune ; 37:4, 2022.

Artigo em Chinês | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904045

CHENG Yun;YIN Jie;College of Tourism, Huaqiao University;

Abstract:As the major public health emergency with the fastest spread, the greatest range, and the most difficulty in controlling recently, COVID-19 has created a huge shock and exerted an impact on public physical and mental health. Health tourism is an effective way of alleviating the general public’s physical and mental health. Thus, it is necessary to examine the event strength of COVID-19 with respect to the willingness to undertake health tourism. Such research into tourists’ behavior following the… More


recognition of event strength COVID-19;intention to undertake health tourism;risk perception;risk communication;conditional process model;

  • DOI:10.19765/j.cnki.1002-5006.2021.00.020
  • Series:(J) Economics & Management
  • Subject:Tourism; Service Economy; Trade Economy
  • Classification Code:F719;F592

Citation: Cheng, Y., & Yin, J. (2022). Has COVID-19 increased the intention to undertake health tourism? Examination using a conditional process model. Tourism Tribune, 4-4.

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