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MODELLING THE DETERMINANTS OF FESTIVAL VISITORS’ BEHAVIOURAL INTENTIONS


Marketing and Trade

MODELLING THE DETERMINANTS OF FESTIVAL VISITORS’ BEHAVIOURAL INTENTIONS

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Jaroslav Ďaďo, Vanda Maráková, Janka Táborecká-Petrovičová, Tamara Rajić

Year:
2020
Volume:
23
Issue:
2
Keywords:
Motivation, perceived value, satisfaction, subjective well-being, behavioural intentions, cultural festival
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Limited efforts have been made to date to examine the determinants of visitors’ behavioural intentions in the context of cultural festivals in Central Europe. The present study aims to fi ll this…more
Limited efforts have been made to date to examine the determinants of visitors’ behavioural intentions in the context of cultural festivals in Central Europe. The present study aims to fi ll this void in literature by proposing a conceptual model incorporating the festival setting that has thus far scantly examined perspective of the fulfi lment of motives and a subjective well-being as a consequence of a festival experience. The application of structural equation modelling (SEM) on a sample of 770 festival visitors in Slovakia provided support for the concept of visitors’ motivation as a higher-order construct and its direct relatedness to perceived value of a festival experience and visitors’ satisfaction. Both satisfaction and visitors’ subjective well-being emerged as direct antecedents to visitors’ behavioural intentions and mediators of the impact of perceived value on visitors’ behavioural intentions. Implications of the study are provided and limitations and directions for future research are highlighted.
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Marketing and Trade

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