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Digital-free tourism intention: a technostress perspective

Abstract : Digital-free tourism limits tourists’ access to information and communication technologies during vacation. It is an emerging trend but tourists’ motivation to take digital-free tourism has not been fully understood. Anchoring on technostress literature, this study examines the effects of the exhaustion from workplace information technology and off-work social network services on tourists’ intention to take digital-free tourism. Survey data involving 300 full-time working individuals show that both techno-exhaustion and social-network-services-exhaustion have positive impacts on tourists’ digital-free tourism intentions. It contributes to the literature by introducing technostress related constructs in understanding tourists’ digital-free tourism intentions.
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Yi Liu, Han-Fen Hu. Digital-free tourism intention: a technostress perspective. Current Issues in Tourism, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2021, 24 (23), pp.3271-3274. ⟨10.1080/13683500.2021.1883560⟩. ⟨hal-03512868⟩

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