An Assessment of Zoo Visitors' Revisit Intentions
This study examines the interrelationships among experiential quality, affective commitment, image, novelty seeking, experiential satisfaction, and revisit intentions perceived by zoo visitors. The data comprise a sample of 510 visitors who visited the Beijing Zoo; the proposed model fits the data. The study's results will assist zoo management to develop and implement market-orientated service strategies to increase the experiential quality and affective commitment, and enhance the image, novelty seeking and experiential satisfaction of zoo visitors so visitors generate favorable zoo revisit intentions.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 25 August 2017
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