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The Impacts of Service Quality in Tourism on the Visitor’s Behavioral Intention at the Historic City of Ayutthaya, Thailand
Suwakhon Somphaiphithak,Gamon Savatsomboon,Donruetai Kovathanakul
International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The Historic City of Ayutthaya as cultural capital for tourism which indicates a growing trend to Niche tourism market and competitive situation under the quality assurance as the World Heritage site and to meet the demand of tourists. It is an urgent improvement and development for service quality in tourism based on the quality standard of cultural tourism at all levels. This information can be used to predict visitors’ behavioral intentions at the Historic City of Ayutthaya and achieve the vision of the Blueprint for new tourism, therefore; the researcher was interested in studying the impacts of the service quality in tourism on visitor’s behavioral intentions at the Historic City of Ayutthaya. Data were collected from a total of 400 purposive Thai visitors at four archeological attractions which gained in popularity at the Historic City of Ayutthaya by means of a questionnaire. The statistics used to analyze the data were Pearson Product Moment Correlation and Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis. The findings revealed that the service quality in tourism was positively related with visitors’ behavioral intentions. Factors of service quality in tourism affecting visitors’ behavioral intentions at the Historic City of Ayutthaya included Activities, Information Service, and Health and Safety.
A note on ordered planes
Margaret A. Gamon,D. C. Kent
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 1992, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171292000231
Abstract: Necessary and sufficient conditions are given for the equivalence of the Nachbin and Wallman-ordered compactification of an ordered plane.
Mark My Words! Linguistic Style Accommodation in Social Media
Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil,Michael Gamon,Susan Dumais
Computer Science , 2011, DOI: 10.1145/1963405.1963509
Abstract: The psycholinguistic theory of communication accommodation accounts for the general observation that participants in conversations tend to converge to one another's communicative behavior: they coordinate in a variety of dimensions including choice of words, syntax, utterance length, pitch and gestures. In its almost forty years of existence, this theory has been empirically supported exclusively through small-scale or controlled laboratory studies. Here we address this phenomenon in the context of Twitter conversations. Undoubtedly, this setting is unlike any other in which accommodation was observed and, thus, challenging to the theory. Its novelty comes not only from its size, but also from the non real-time nature of conversations, from the 140 character length restriction, from the wide variety of social relation types, and from a design that was initially not geared towards conversation at all. Given such constraints, it is not clear a priori whether accommodation is robust enough to occur given the constraints of this new environment. To investigate this, we develop a probabilistic framework that can model accommodation and measure its effects. We apply it to a large Twitter conversational dataset specifically developed for this task. This is the first time the hypothesis of linguistic style accommodation has been examined (and verified) in a large scale, real world setting. Furthermore, when investigating concepts such as stylistic influence and symmetry of accommodation, we discover a complexity of the phenomenon which was never observed before. We also explore the potential relation between stylistic influence and network features commonly associated with social status.
Aplicación del sistema de costo en el policlínico Héroes del Moncada
Nélida María Cruz Alvarez,Roberto Verdial Vidal,Alfredo Vázquez Vigoa,Nuria Gamon Morales
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 1996,
Abstract: RESUMEN Se analizan los costos unitarios de los centros finales en el policlínico "Héroes del Moncada" en Ciudad de La Habana, en etapas del a o 1991 al 1993 mediante la aplicación del sistema aprobado por el Ministerio de Salud Pública cubano. Se realiza un estudio descriptivo de corte transversal. Se comparan los costos de los centros de servicios finales, en especial el costo del modelo de atención comunitaria y el del médico y enfermera de la familia, resultando mayor en el primero ($ 3,77 - $ 6,93) en relación con el otro ($ 2,86 - $ 2,63). Se concluye que en el 43 % de los consultorios el costo unitario fue de $ 2,01 a $ 2,50. Se patentizó la posibilidad de aplicar el sistema hasta el grupo básico de trabajo y se valora la importancia de aplicar los sistemas de costos en los niveles de dirección. The unitarian costs of the final services centers at the "Heroes del Moncada" policlinic, at Ciudad de La Habana, are analyzed in stages from 1991 to 1993, by means of the application of the system approved by the Cuban Public Health Ministry. A descriptive cross-sectional study is carried out. The cost of final services centers are compared, specially the cost of the communitary care model, and that of the family physician and nurse, being higher in the first (Z 3,77- Z 6,93) than in the other (Z 2,86 - Z 2,63). It is concluded that in the 43 % of the physicians'offices, the unitarian cost was of Z 2,01 to Z 2,50. The possibility of applying the system up to the basic work group was made evident, and the importance of applying the cost systems at direction levels, is appraised.
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