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    • SARAH HUTTEBALL. HThu.s grief still treads upon the heels of pleasure; Married in haste we may repent at leisure." :ROBERT S. GARDNER, B. S. He appreciates a joke, the value of concentrated, steady effort, and a two years' course in German. A man...
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    • One of the letters was written to inform him that his wife, Sarah Ann, had died of consumption.' The latest Washington paper was dated April 13. Henry received a letter from Martha Bristol in England, dated February 22, 1851. She wrote: My Dearest...
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    • and the lst, lSth, 25th, 37th, IOlst, 113th, and 145th Psalms. She received an education quaJ&ng her to become a Governess at the age of 17 and lived with the family of a gentleman where she spent her leisure time hernrning frills for fancy shirts....
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    • Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.); Rafting (Sports)--Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
    • given to us; and, for the rest of the evening, we listened or spoke and were filled with the love and the joy of the people and the world about us. We stared hard at the huge rock walls across the river, while they slowly turned from red to black...
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    • 1 Chapter I Introduction, Literature Review, and Problem Statement Over 920 million tourists traveled internationally in 2008, with more than half traveling for leisure (World Tourism Organization [UNWTO], 2009). Tourist spending in 2008 reached US...
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    • 34 destinations or attractions. For example, one of the most common images associated with Austria is the film The Sound of Music. Respondents also mentioned many items related to Austria‘s culture and history: old buildings, castles, villages,...
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    • 37 Table 5 Travel Activities (N=973) Activities Yes No Frequency Percentage Frequency Percentage Visit a museum 889 91.37 84 8.63 Visit to historical buildings or heritage attractions 943 96.92 30 3.08 Shopping 837 86.02 136 13.98 Gambling 91 9.35...
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    • 38 Figure 3. Travel Activities Note. Multiple responses allowed. Table 6 shows the descriptive analysis for Section E: Cultural Background. Respondents generally placed a high priority on having a strong image of a destination (M=5.38, SD=1.28)....
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    • 73 insider information with a perspective unique to residents as well as giving personal recommendations for lesser-known points of interest to visit while vacationing in Austria. In addition to offering suggestions for strategic marketing plans,...
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    • 76 Chapter IV Article I: Identifying Optimal Communication Mix for Strategic Destination Image Formation: A Case Study of Austria Abstract Identifying information sources influential to travel decisions helps tourism planners strategically utilize...
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    • 88 an international pleasure trip at least once. While the average length of stay for foreign business-related travel was largely not applicable (69.8%), the majority (61.9%) of foreign pleasure trips were longer than seven days. Section B analysis...
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    • 94 With this data, groups such as the Austrian Tourism Board can formulate better plans of how and where to broadcast the selected destination images. By understanding where certain travelers look for travel information, more focus can be placed on...
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    • 101 Chapter V Article II: Influencing Destination Image and Visiting Intent Using Communication Mix: A Case Study of Austria Abstract Identifying the factors that influence destination image and visiting intentions helps tourism planners...
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    • 117 activities with most participation (96.9%), followed closely by leisure activities such as walks, skiing, beach-lounging, etc. (91.7%) and visits to museums (91.4%). Also, many respondents participate in festivals or similar events with music...
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    • 135 Perhaps the most important implications of this study are the findings of the structural equation analysis. Results of the structural equation modeling analysis showed that information sources have a positive effect on travel motive....
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    • 143 Figure 2. Travel Activities Note. Multiple responses allowed. 9.35% 19.22% 37.92% 40.60% 77.80% 85.30% 86.02% 86.13% 91.37% 91.68% 96.92% 0.00% 20.00% 40.00% 60.00% 80.00% 100.00% Gambling Conferences Sporting events Night...
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    • 151 Note. *n=972 Table 5 Travel Activities (N=973) Activities Yes No Frequency Percentage Frequency Percentage Visit a museum 889 91.37 84 8.63 Visit to historical buildings or heritage attractions 943 96.92 30 3.08 Shopping 837 86.02 136...
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    • 16 The most probable obstacle facing many unmotivated readers is a lack of self-confidence. “Whether told by others that they are not as good a reader as their older siblings or whether they have developed the attitude from peers that reading is...
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    • 60 importance to selecting the appropriate activities to encourage reading enthusiasm. The ERAS (McKenna & Kear, 1990) attitude survey tool and the Reading Interst-A-Lyzer© (Miller, 2009) both proved to help procure a participant group with the...

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