His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Advertising, The Internet, Destinations and Public relations. The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Conceptual framework and Online participation. His study on Consumer behaviour is often connected to Pleasure as part of broader study in Advertising.
Daniel R. Fesenmaier combines subjects such as Tourism marketing, E-commerce and Convention with his study of The Internet. His Destinations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both First impression and Economic impact analysis. His Marketing management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marketing strategy and Marketing mix.
Daniel R. Fesenmaier mainly focuses on Marketing, Advertising, The Internet, Destinations and Knowledge management. Ecotourism is closely connected to Tourism geography in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Marketing. Daniel R. Fesenmaier has included themes like Social media, Recommender system, Travel behavior and Destination marketing in his Advertising study.
His research in The Internet intersects with topics in E-commerce, Tourist industry and Convention. His Knowledge management research incorporates themes from Process and Management information systems. His work carried out in the field of Marketing management brings together such families of science as Marketing strategy and Marketing mix.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Advertising, Destinations, Social media and Knowledge management. His Marketing study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as The Internet. As a member of one scientific family, Daniel R. Fesenmaier mostly works in the field of The Internet, focusing on Travel behavior and, on occasion, Mobile computing.
Daniel R. Fesenmaier merges Advertising with Public relations in his research. His Destinations research includes elements of Data science and Design science. His Knowledge management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tourism destinations and Behavioral economics.
Daniel R. Fesenmaier mostly deals with Marketing, Advertising, Social media, Destinations and The Internet. His research integrates issues of Process and Design science in his study of Marketing. His Advertising research incorporates elements of Adaptive structuration theory, Perception, Destination marketing, Mobile technology and Everyday life.
His Social media research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Information searching, Variety and Social psychology. The various areas that Daniel R. Fesenmaier examines in his Destinations study include Mobile computing and Travel behavior. The study incorporates disciplines such as Trip planning, Point and Consumer behaviour in addition to The Internet.
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Pictorial element of destination in image formation
Kelly J MacKay;Daniel R Fesenmaier.
Annals of Tourism Research (1997)
Risk Perceptions and Pleasure Travel: An Exploratory Analysis:
Wesley S. Roehl;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Journal of Travel Research (1992)
Defining the virtual tourist community: implications for tourism marketing
Youcheng Wang;Quaehee Yu;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Tourism Management (2002)
Expanding the functional information search model
Christine A. Vogt;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Annals of Tourism Research (1998)
Factors for success in rural tourism development.
Suzanne Wilson;Daniel R. Fesenmaier;Julie Fesenmaier;John C. Van Es.
Journal of Travel Research (2001)
The Role of Smartphones in Mediating the Touristic Experience
Dan Wang;Sangwon Park;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Journal of Travel Research (2012)
Towards understanding members’ general participation in and active contribution to an online travel community
Youcheng Wang;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Tourism Management (2004)
Mediating tourist experiences: access to places via shared videos.
Iis P. Tussyadiah;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Annals of Tourism Research (2009)
Online information search: vacation planning process.
Bing Pan;Daniel R. Fesenmaier.
Annals of Tourism Research (2006)
Searching for the Future: Challenges Faced by Destination Marketing Organizations
Ulrike Gretzel;Daniel R. Fesenmaier;Sandro Formica;Joseph T. O’Leary.
Journal of Travel Research (2006)
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