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A Cross-Cultural Comparison of World Heritage Site Image: The Case of Hue

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Tourism image has commonly applied at the destination level, but its application in heritage sites with cross-cultural comparisons remains sparse. The objective of this research note is to explore the image of Hue's UNESCO world heritage sites and to examine cross-cultural differences between domestic and international tourists on this image. We adopt Echtner and Ritchie's image definition and apply it to assess the three image continuums—attribute–holistic, functional–psychological, and common–unique—using both qualitative and quantitative analysis. This study provides a timely update of the literature and offers both scholars and practitioners a better understanding of heritage site image and its cross-cultural differences.
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Keywords: CROSS-CULTURAL; DESTINATION IMAGE; GENDER DIFFERENCE; HERITAGE; HUE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 December 2013

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