2021 journal article
Craft beverage tourism development: The contributions of social capital
JOURNAL OF DESTINATION MARKETING & MANAGEMENT, 20, 100599.
By: W. Knollenberg, C. Arroyo, C. Barbieri & K. Boys
Creating Competitive Advantage for Food Tourism Destinations Through Food and Beverage Experiences
Tourism Planning & Development, 7, 1–19.
By: W. Knollenberg, L. Duffy, C. Kline & G. Kim
Developing and Testing the Transformative Travel Experience Scale (TTES)
Journal of Travel Research, 5, 004728752091951.
By: J. Soulard, N. McGehee & W. Knollenberg
Identifying a community capital investment portfolio to sustain a tourism workforce
JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM, Vol. 2, pp. 1–17.
By: W. Knollenberg, S. Brune, J. Harrison & A. Savage
Inputs and outputs of craft beverage tourism: The Destination Resources Acceleration Framework
ANNALS OF TOURISM RESEARCH, 86.
By: C. Arroyo, W. Knollenberg & C. Barbieri
The Influence of Agritourism Experiences on Consumer Behavior toward Local Food
Journal of Travel Research, 7, 004728752093886.
By: S. Brune, W. Knollenberg, K. Stevenson, C. Barbieri & M. Schroeder-Moreno
We’re All in This Together: Understanding How Tourism Advocates Build Relationships across the Tourism Industry
Journal of Travel Research, 3, 004728752090621.
By: W. Knollenberg, N. McGehee, R. Perdue & K. Andereck
2020 journal article
The Power of Data and Coalitions to Tell a Compelling Story about the Value of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
JOURNAL OF PARK AND RECREATION ADMINISTRATION, 38(4), 145–153.
By: W. Knollenberg & A. Schroeder
The stress from my tour leading job: Differences between genders
JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT, 44, 211–214.
By: B. Carrillo, C. Barbieri, W. Knollenberg & M. Edwards
U-Pick Farms: Harvesting More than Pumpkins
JOURNAL OF PARK AND RECREATION ADMINISTRATION, 38(4), 135–144.
By: S. Brune, W. Knollenberg, K. Stevenson & C. Barbieri
Will US travelers be good guests to Cuba? Examining US traveler segments' sustainable behavior and interest in visiting Cuba
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 18, 100505.
By: W. Knollenberg, C. Kline, E. Jordan & B. Boley
2019 journal article
Cultivating Women's Empowerment through Agritourism: Evidence from Andean Communities
By: C. Arroyo, C. Barbieri, S. Sotomayor & W. Knollenberg
Strategies to facilitate the integration of Hispanic migrants in a tourism-dependent community
JOURNAL OF POLICY RESEARCH IN TOURISM LEISURE AND EVENTS, Vol. 4, pp. 1–19.
Tour Leading in South America: Job Inputs and Outcomes
JOURNAL OF TRAVEL RESEARCH, Vol. 10, p. 004728751988001.
2018 journal article
Broadening the utilitarian epistemology of agritourism research through children and families
Current Issues in Tourism, 22(19), 2333–2336.
By: C. Barbieri, K. Stevenson & W. Knollenberg
Predictors of Intention to Travel to Cuba across Three Time Horizons: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior
JOURNAL OF TRAVEL RESEARCH, 57(7), 981–993.
By: E. Jordan, B. Boley, W. Knollenberg & C. Kline
Segmenting foodies for a foodie destination
JOURNAL OF TRAVEL & TOURISM MARKETING, 35(9), 1234–1245.
By: C. Kline, S. Lee & W. Knollenberg
Social capital and destination strategic planning
Tourism Management, 69, 189–200.
By: J. Soulard, W. Knollenberg, B. Boley, R. Perdue & N. McGehee
Social return and intent to travel
Tourism Management, 64, 119–128.
By: B. Boley, E. Jordan, C. Kline & W. Knollenberg
The battle of the socials: Which socially symbolic factors best predict intent to travel?
Tourism Management, 68, 324–327.
By: C. Moran, B. Boley, K. Woosnam, E. Jordan, C. Kline & W. Knollenberg
2015 journal article
The central role of leadership in rural tourism development: a theoretical framework and case studies
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 23(8-9), 1277–1297.
By: N. McGehee, W. Knollenberg & A. Komorowski
2014 journal article
Motivation-based transformative learning and potential volunteer tourists: facilitating more sustainable outcomes
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 22(6), 922–941.
By: W. Knollenberg, N. McGehee, B. Boley & D. Clemmons
Social movements and tourism-related local action
Annals of Tourism Research, 48, 140–155.
By: N. McGehee, C. Kline & W. Knollenberg
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