The 2021 virtual conference theme, T4: Travelling Towards Tomorrow Together, provided a platform to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic on the tourism industry. While recognizing the drastic impact of the pandemic on travel and tourism, it is time to move forward.
TTRA Canada’s T4 theme called for research addressing the future of travel behaviour and digitization to shift business models towards a more resilient industry and welcomed submissions of tourism research that leverages partnerships.
View the list of submissions below.
Submissions from 2021
An Examination of the Travel Behaviors and Site Preferences of Canadian and US Mountain Bike Tourists, Brian Abernethy, Anthony W. Dixon, Patrick J. Holladay, and Win G-Y Koo
One step back, two steps forward, one destination’s path to tourism recovery., Eleanor Anderson
Understanding the Impacts of Festivals on Resident Attendees Before and During COVID-19: A First Look at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Jarrett R. Bachman and John S. Hull
New perspectives on family tourism: Motivations, travel behavior and experiences of single-parent families, Blanca Camargo, Luisa Iberri, Raquel Llano, and Mariana Lozano
Climate Change and Impacts to Adventure Tourism on the Tatshenshini-Alsek River, John W. Colton Dr.
A Longitudinal Analysis of Corporate Social rResponsibility Reporting by the Largest Hotel Companies in the World, Danuta de Grosbois
Future Proofing: Changing Tourism Education to Change Business Practices, Maria Della Lucia Ph.D. and Frederic Dimanche Ph.D.
Is Restaurant Management an Extreme Job? How Restaurant Managers are Motivated to Work Intense and Excessive Jobs, Rebecca Gordon
International Student’s Mobility and Tourism: Relations, Opportunities, and Insights for Canadian University Cities, Maria Teresa Gullace and Tom Griffin
Visitors’ willingness to pay for interpretive services in Alberta parks, Elizabeth A. Halpenny and Mu He
Reflections on Research Relationship-Building and Partnerships in Arctic Tourism, Chris E. Hurst, Bryan S.R. Grimwood, and R. Harvey Lemelin
Exploring Canadians’ Social Media-based Advocacy to Inform Domestic Travel Recovery, Michael W. Lever and Statia Elliot
From ‘It’s Not Safe!’ to ‘Saving Tourism’: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Travel in Canadian News Media During COVID-19, Kelley A. McClinchey
Tourism-related Climate Change Perspectives: Social Media Conversations about Canada’s Rocky Mountain National Parks, Farshid Mirzaalian and Elizabeth Halpenny
Becoming A Second Home: The Role Of A Host Destination In The ISM Experience. Case Study: Girona., Karla Romina Quintero and Konstantina Zerva
CSR Practices and Sustainable Business Management Practices in Tour Operators: Gen Z Perspectives, Hiran Roy
The cautious nature of Canadians: Different market segments’ perceptions during COVID-19, Ye (Sandy) Shen Dr, Marion Joppe Dr, and WooMi Jo Dr
Exploring the Effects of Non-traditional Narrative Video Ads on Tourism Intentions Among Viewers with and without Previous Destination Experience., Wayne W. Smith, Esta D. Shah Dr., and Robert E. Pitts Dr.
Moderating Effect of C0VID-19 pandemic on the Relationship between Tourists’ Happiness and Intention to Revisit and Overall Image, FATIMA ZEHRA YILMAZ
Text mining approach to explore dimensions of national parks visitors’ experience and satisfaction using online customer reviews, Alireza Zolfaghari and HS Chris Choi