2021
DOI: 10.3390/su132313439
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Safety Concerns and Travel Behavior of Generation Z: Case Study from the Czech Republic

Abstract: Generation Z has been online since the beginning, the online space is an integral part of their lives and personalities, and they make up about 30% of the world’s population. It is claimed that this youngest cohort is already the most numerous generation on the Earth. The most important holiday parameters for them are price and location. They want to explore new places and be active while abroad. The study examines the impact of safety concerns on changes in travel behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. We foc… Show more

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“…As supported by the study of Rončák et al (2021), Generation Z grew up with technology and at a period of increased awareness of humanity's detrimental influence on the environment. Climate change, globalization, and new technological gadgets have influenced their ideas, motives, and attitudes, and hence their travel behavior.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As supported by the study of Rončák et al (2021), Generation Z grew up with technology and at a period of increased awareness of humanity's detrimental influence on the environment. Climate change, globalization, and new technological gadgets have influenced their ideas, motives, and attitudes, and hence their travel behavior.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Summarising it is possible to affirm that Gen Z is paying particular attention to sustainability, as one of the main features evaluated in the destination's choice (Ruspini, 2019;Seyfi et al, 2022) and to the relationship between the latter and digitalisation (Filipiak et al, 2020;Saseanu et al, 2020;Loureiro and Nascimento, 2021;Talwar et al, 2022;Moreno-Izquierdo et al, 2022). However, the condition created by the pandemic needs to be deeply evaluated to analyse possible influences, effects and changes, as there is no exhaustive reference literature to draw the prospects of the sector (Abbas et al, 2021;Ron c ak et al, 2021). Recent studies were also conducted in Italy, observing a resilience approach to the tourism experience where new habits due to COVID-19 seemed to remain for subsequent periods (Cavallo et al, 2020;Bozzato et al, 2020;Corbisiero and Monaco, 2021).…”
Section: A New Scenariomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the condition created by the pandemic needs to be deeply evaluated to analyse possible influences, effects and changes, as there is no exhaustive reference literature to draw the prospects of the sector (Abbas et al. , 2021; Rončák et al. , 2021).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our effort is focused on finding the links between the applicability of anti-Covid-19 measures and the impact they have on perceptions of safety and the image of the tourist structure, keeping in mind that the effective management of the pandemic by the government significantly affects the travel intentions of tourists (Zheng et al, 2021) and tourists do not hesitate to visit crowded events or places as long as health protocols are respected (Rončák et al, 2021).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%