The tourist experience of Iconic Public Art in Macau
Art-related tourism is increasingly appealing to the tourist market. Yet how tourists aesthetically judge iconic public art remains unknown. This study attempts to explore their aesthetic judgment and some psychological and behavioral outcome. Or particularly the relationship between place identity, flow experience, and some on-site behaviors. Drawing on a survey, the conceptual framework which consists of five constructs will get validated.
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