Besides direct brainwashing, can political entities like a government, state, or party subtly use tourism to build political support?
Can post-pandemic tourism's revival withstand global challenges, as social identities shape travel decisions, invoking intricate emotions and ambivalence?
Did sheet music in the early 20th century resemble today's social media, sharing trends, humor, and stories? Jitney Bus songs humorously captured the emerging car culture and its impact.
Did COVID-19 exacerbate anti-Asian racism in the US, linked to media exposure and historical biases? Combatting such biases necessitates media scrutiny.
How does Thailand's vibrant tourism sector, a crucial economic pillar, navigate systemic risk challenges while contributing to financial stability?
Digilantism, a new form of internet vigilantism, involves punishing perceived wrongdoings online, with selfies at Holocaust sites facing scrutiny on Instagram.
How can we navigate tourism recovery post COVID to ensure a sustainable future - a research from University of Strathclyde
What drives the descendants of Holocaust survivors to visit sites associated with the Holocaust - a research from Sapir Academic College & Rosen College of Hospitality Management.
Are gorillas at risk? We analyse the behaviours of tourist adhering to rules and the stress levels of gorillas to promote healthy gorilla tourism.