DOI: 10.1108/tr-07-2020-0344
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Villy Abraham, Kerstin Bremser, Mercedes Carreno, Lynda Crowley-Cyr, Maria Moreno

Abstract: Purpose This paper aims to report on the findings emerging from an international study focused on the COVID-19 pandemic impact on travel attitudes and behavioral intentions . Design/methodology/approach An online survey created with SurveyMonkey was distributed to a sample of 216 international travelers who were at least 18 years of age. Findings The findings suggest that attribution theory (locus of control) may account for international travel. Individuals attributing the spread of COVID-19 to their own…

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