By Chen, Joseph S. Chen
"Advances in Hospitality and Leisure", a brand new peer-review serial, grants fresh insights from a number of clinical stories within the domain names of hospitality, rest, and tourism. It presents a platform to provoke options on modern concerns and rising traits necessary to thought development in addition to specialist practices from a world point of view. the focus of this sequence is to go beyond the leading edge tools of inquiry so that it will encourage new examine issues which are very important and feature been in huge ignored. The sequence is raring to deal with the desires of the population having pursuits in disseminating rules, suggestions and theories derived from scholarly investigations. capability readers might retrieve necessary texts to stipulate new study agendas, recommend potential themes for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the themes of curiosity.
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Any attempt at answering this question should, however, begin with due consideration of conceptual issues associated with the notion of quality in leisure, tourism and hospitality. The quality construct is highly abstract and composed of a number of concepts which usually have different and confusing meanings to the parties involved in their evaluation. g. e. without specifying the characteristics of the construct and how they are to be observed), the measurement process will be flawed. One of the latent but significant contributions of the previous studies that attempted to measure quality in leisure, tourism and hospitality is the fact that there is no uniform operational definition of quality within these sectors.