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Different Genders, Different Views? A Qualitative Study Addressing Whether Men and Women Hold Different Expectations and Realities at UK based Music Festivals (2019)Over the years’ music festivals have saw rapid growth due to the increasing popularity within individuals, predominantly for music aspects such as the line up or for socialisation purposes. These motivational behaviours ...
(2019)Blogging has become one of the key parts of online culture and they are an important source of information sharing (Trowbridge et al 2016). Bloggers are being found to influence their readers in many different ways but a ...
Demographic Differentiations of Quality, Satisfaction and Behavioural Intentions in Context of the Edinburgh Christmas Markets (2019)The relationships between quality, satisfaction and behavioural intentions is a topic which is unlikely to be resolved among authors. Researchers have conducted projects using the SERVQUAL model and the expectancy-disconfirmation ...
An Examination of the Motivations and Barriers to Sustainable Practices in UK Music Festivals: A Quantitative Study (2019)This research project focuses on the motivations and barriers to sustainable practices within the music festival industry. This research is being conducted as part of a final year submission for Queen Margaret University. ...
(2019)The researcher chose to investigate Walt Disney World in Orlando, the research aim focuses on theming and event design and how these two aspects can enhance visitor experiences, and how marketing of their special events ...