PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES (published)

60. Boley, B.B., Strzelecka, M., & Woosnam, K.M. (2018). Resident perceptions of the economic benefits of tourism: Towards a common measure. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 42(8), 1295-1314.

 

59. Kim, H., Marcouiller, D.W., & Woosnam, K.M. (2018). Rescaling social dynamics in climate change: The implications of cumulative exposure, climate justice, and community resilience. Geoforum, 96, 129-140.

 

58. Woosnam, K.M., Aleshinloye, K.D., Strzelecka, M., & Erul*, E. (2018). The role of place attachment in developing emotional solidarity with residents. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 42(7), 1058-1066.

 

57. Landon, A.C., Woosnam, K.M., & Boley, B.B. (2018). Modeling the psychological antecedents to tourists’ pro-sustainable behaviors: An application of the value-belief-norm model. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(6), 957-972.

56. Harmon, J., & Woosnam, K.M. (2018). Extending the leisure substitutability concept. Annals of Leisure Research, 21(4), 424-439.

55. Woosnam, K.M., Maruyama, N, Boley, B.B., & Erul*, E. (2018). Stereotypes and perceived solidarity in ethnic enclave tourism. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 16(2), 138-154.

54. Moran*, C.D., Boley, B.B., Woosnam, K.M., Jordan, E., Kline, C., & Knollenberg, W. (2018). Battle of the symbolics: Which socially symbolic factors best predict intent to travel? Tourism Management, 68, 324-327.

53. Ribeiro, M.A., Pinto, P., Silva, J.A., & Woosnam, K.M. (2018). Examining the predictive validity of SUS-TAS with maximum parsimony in developing island countries. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(3), 379-398.

52. Woosnam, K.M., & Aleshinloye, K.D. (2018). Residents’ emotional solidarity with tourists: Explaining perceived impacts of a cultural heritage festival. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 42(4), 587-605.

51. Ribeiro, M.A., Woosnam, K.M., Pinto, P., & Silva, J.A. (2018). Tourists’ destination loyalty through emotional solidarity with residents: An integrative moderation mediated model. Journal of Travel Research, 57(3), 279-295.

50. Woosnam, K.M., Aleshinloye, K.D., Ribeiro, M.A., Stylidis, D., Jiang, J., & Erul*, E. (2018). Social determinants of place attachment at a World Heritage Site. Tourism Management, 67, 139-146.

49. Woosnam, K.M., Draper, J., Jiang, J., Aleshinloye, K.D., & Erul*, E. (2018). Applying self-perception theory to explain residents’ attitudes about tourism development through travel histories. Tourism Management, 64, 357-368.

48. Joo*, D., Tasci, A.D.A., Woosnam, K.M., Maruyama, N.U., Hollas*, C.R., & Aleshinloye, K.D. (2018). Residents’ attitudes toward domestic tourists explained by contact, emotional solidarity and social distance. Tourism Management, 64, 245-257.

 

47. Sperry, B., Burris, M., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). Investigating the impact of high-speed rail equipment visualization on mode choice models: Case study in Central Texas. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 5, 560-572.


46. Mousavi, S.A., Hoşkara, E., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). Developing a model for sustainable hotels in Northern Cyprus. Sustainability, 9, 2101, doi:10.3390/su9112101.


45. Strzelecka, M., Nisbett, G.S., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). The hedonic nature of conservation volunteer travel. Tourism Management, 63, 417-425.


44. Moghavvemi, S., Woosnam, K.M., Paramanathan, T., Musa, G., & Hamzah, A. (2017). The effect of residents’ personality, emotional solidarity, and community commitment on support for tourism development. Tourism Management, 63, 242-254.


43. Woosnam, K.M., Erul*, E., & Ribeiro, M.A. (2017). Heterogeneous community perspectives of emotional solidarity with tourists: Considering Antalya, Turkey. International Journal of Tourism Research, 19(6), 639-647.


42. Maruyama, N., Woosnam, K.M., & Boley, B.B. (2017). Who is ethnic neighborhood tourism for anyway? Considering perspectives of the dominant cultural group. International Journal of Tourism Research, 19(6), 727-735.


41. Joo*, D., Woosnam, K.M., Shafer, C.S., Scott, D., & An, S. (2017). Considering Tobler’s first law of geography in a tourism context. Tourism Management, 62, 350-359.


40. Ribeiro, M.A., Pinto, P., Silva, J.A., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). Residents’ attitudes and the adoption of pro-tourism behaviours: The case of developing island countries. Tourism Management, 61, 523-537.


39. Maruyama, N., Woosnam, K.M., & Boley, B.B. (2017). Residents' attitudes toward ethnic neighborhood tourism (ENT): Perspectives of ethnicity and empowerment. Tourism Geographies, 19(2), 265-286.


38. Strzelecka, M., Boley, B.B., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). Place attachment and empowerment: Do residents need to be attached to be empowered? Annals of Tourism Research, 66, 61-73.

37. Boley, B.B., Ayscue*, E.P., Maruyama, N., & Woosnam, K.M. (2017). Gender and empowerment: Assessing discrepancies using the Resident Empowerment through Tourism Scale. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25(1), 113-129.


36. Woosnam, K.M., & Erul*, E. (2017). Residents’ perceived impacts of all-inclusive resorts in Antalya. Tourism Planning & Development, 14(1), 65-86.


35. Maruyama, N., Woosnam, K.M., & Boley, B.B. (2016). Comparing levels of empowerment among two culturally-diverse resident populations in Oizumi, Japan. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(10), 1442-1460.


34. Erul*, E., & Woosnam, K.M. (2016). Explaining perceived impacts of all-inclusive resorts through community attachment. Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research, 4(2), 83-106.


33. Woosnam, K.M., Aleshinloye*, K.D., & Maruyama, N. (2016). Solidarity at the Osun Osogbo Sacred Grove—A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tourism Planning & Development, 13(3), 274-291


32. Woosnam, K.M., Maruyama, N., & Boley, B.B. (2016). Perceptions of the “Other” residents: Implications for attitudes of tourism development focused on the minority ethnic group. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 33, 567-580.


31. Choi, Y., Kim, H., Woosnam, K.M., Marcouiller, D.W., & Kim, H.J. (2016). Urban resettlement in residential redevelopment projects: Considering desire to resettle and willingness to pay. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 31(2), 213-238.


30. Woosnam, K.M., Jiang*, J., Van Winkle, C., Kim, H., & Maruyama, N.E. (2016). Explaining festival impacts on a hosting community through motivations to attend. Event Management, 20, 11-25.


29. Kim, H., Woosnam, K.M., Marcouiller, D.W., & Aleshinloye*, K.D. (2015). Residential mobility, urban preference, and human settlement: A South Korean Case Study. Habitat International, 49, 497-507.


28. Woosnam, K.M., Dudensing, R.M., & Walker, J.R. (2015). How does emotional solidarity factor into visitor spending among birders in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas? Journal of Travel Research, 54(5), 645-658.


27. Maruyama, N. & Woosnam, K.M. (2015). Residents’ ethnic attitudes and support for ethnic neighborhood tourism: The case of a Brazilian town in Japan. Tourism Management, 50, 225-237.


26. Boley, B.B., Maruyama, N., & Woosnam, K.M. (2015). Measuring empowerment in an eastern context: Findings from Japan. Tourism Management, 50, 112-122.


25. Kim, H., Woosnam, K.M., & Marcouiller, D.W. (2015). Spatial and temporal contours in economic losses from natural disasters: A case study of Florida. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 19(3), 457-464.


24. Woosnam, K.M., Shafer, C.S., Scott, D., & Timothy, D.J. (2015). Tourists’ perceived safety through emotional solidarity with residents in two Mexico-United States border regions. Tourism Management, 46, 263-273.


23. Woosnam, K.M., & Kim, H. (2014). Hurricane impacts on Southeastern US coastal national park visitation. Tourism Geographies, 16(3), 364-381.


22. Woosnam, K.M., Aleshinloye*, K.D., Van Winkle, C. & Qian*, W. (2014). Applying and expanding the theoretical framework of emotional solidarity in a festival context. Event Management, 18(2), 141-152.


21. Jiang*, J., Woosnam, K.M., & Draper, J. (2014). Structural elements of articles and diachronous citation analysis among top-ranking tourism journals (1990-2010). Tourism Management Perspectives, 12, 48-56.


20. Van Winkle, C., & Woosnam, K.M. (2014). Sense of community and perceptions of festival social impacts. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, 5(1), 22-38.


19. Woosnam, K.M., Van Winkle, C., & An, S. (2013). Confirming the Festival Social Impact Attitude Scale in the context of a rural Texas cultural festival. Event Management, 17(3), 257-270.


18. Woosnam, K.M. (2013). Modifying the IOS Scale among tourists. Annals of Tourism Research, 42, 431-434.


17. Woosnam, K.M., & Aleshinloye*, K.D. (2013). Can tourists experience emotional solidarity with residents? Testing Durkheim’s model from a new perspective. Journal of Travel Research, 52(4), 494-505.


16. Van Winkle, C., Woosnam, K.M., & Mohammed, A.M (2013). Sense of community and festival attendance. Event Management, 17(2), 155-163.


15. Woosnam, K.M. (2012). Using emotional solidarity to explain residents’ attitudes about tourism development. Journal of Travel Research, 51(3), 315-327.


14. Woosnam, K.M. (2011). Comparing residents’ and tourists’ emotional solidarity with one another: An extension of Durkheim’s model. Journal of Travel Research, 50(6), 615-626.


13. Choi, Y., Kim, H., Woosnam, K.M., & Hur, C. (2011). Planning for natural resources: Overcoming environmental crisis through an adaptive management system in a Texas urban forest region. Journal of the Korea Planners Association, 46(6), 189-201.


12. Woosnam, K.M. (2011). Testing a model of Durkheim’s theory of emotional solidarity among residents of a tourism community. Journal of Travel Research, 50(5), 546-558.


11. Draper, J., Woosnam, K.M. (first author), & Norman, W.C. (2011). Tourism use history: Exploring a new framework for understanding residents’ attitudes toward tourism. Journal of Travel Research, 50(1), 64-77.


10. Woosnam, K.M., & Lee*, Y.J. (2011). Applying social distance to voluntourism research. Annals of Tourism Research, 38(1), 309-313.


9. Arsal, I., Woosnam, K.M., Baldwin, E.D., & Backman, S.J. (2010). Residents as travel destination information providers: An online community perspective. Journal of Travel Research, 49(4), 400-413.


8. Lee*, Y.J., & Woosnam, K.M. (2010). Voluntourists’ transformation and the theory of integrative cross-cultural adaptation. Annals of Tourism Research, 37(4), 1186-1189.


7. Woosnam, K.M., & Norman, W.C. (2010). Measuring residents’ emotional solidarity with tourists: Scale development of Durkheim’s theoretical constructs. Journal of Travel Research, 49(3), 365-380.


6. Woosnam, K.M. (2010). The Inclusion of Other in the Self (IOS) Scale. Annals of Tourism Research, 37(3), 857-860.


5. Woosnam, K.M., Norman, W.C., & Ying, T. (2009). Exploring the theoretical framework of emotional solidarity between residents and tourists. Journal of Travel Research, 48(2), 245-258.


4. Woosnam, K.M., McElroy, K.E., & Van Winkle, C. (2009). The role of personal values in determining tourist motivations: An application to the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival, a cultural special event. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 18(5), 500-511.


3. Woosnam, K.M., Jodice, L.W., Von Harten, A., & Rhodes, R. (2008). Investigating marine recreational fishing stakeholders’ perspectives across three South Carolina coastal regions: The first step towards collaboration. Journal of Extension [On-line], 46(2). Accessible at http://www.joe.org/joe/2008april/rb2.shtml


2. Woosnam, K.M. (2007). Emotional solidarity: Transcending the superficial relationships between residents and tourists. e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR), 5(4), 74-80.


1. Woosnam, K.M., Dixon, H.E.T., & Brookover, R. S. (2006). Influence of campus recreation facilities on decision to attend a southeastern university: A pilot study. Recreational Sports Journal, 30(1), 70-76.

* Graduate student

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