LEE, CHANG
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WHICH DINE OUTVARIABLESARE IMPORTANTINTHE RESTAURANTSELECTION PROCEDURE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES: CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY MEMBERS LEE, CHANG
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 9, No 1 (2010)
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The purpose of the study is to explore variables that university-associated members perceive to be important when they dine out for business purposes. The study explores whether importance of these variables are different according to demographic and dine out characteristics. Independent-sample t-test and Analysis of variance (ANOVA) are utilized for this study. The study indicates that variables that people consider more important compared to other factors are ones that directly related to peoples’ dine out experiences. Items that are not directly related to actual dine out experience appear to be less important to university community members when they dine out.
MUSIC IN THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS: ROLE OF REGGAE MUSIC AND TOURISTIC CULTURE IN JAMAICA LEE, CHANG
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 7, No 1 (2008)
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Reggae music is more than a popular music style. It has been an essential part of tourism development in Jamaica. The way in which reggae music has been interpreted since its inception is critical to understanding the music 's effect on Jamaica's touristic culture. This touristic culture describes the established social atmosphere of the community and attitude of local residents and visitors toward tourism within the region. The Jamaican government's effort to control the social movement and the role of reggae music in relation to tourism are viewed by understanding reggae music with respect to the Rastafarian movement. Governmental approaches played an important part in allowing the development of touristic culture with reggae music and the Rastafarian movement. The purpose of this study was to view the role of reggae music in Jamaican tourism development along with a social movement, the Rastafarian movement. This study was important because it served as a vehicle to understand the interplay of social movement and touristic culture. Such an understanding of touristic culture could be useful in tourism dependent regions. This study used an extensive review and analysis of the literature to make observations and conclusions.