Manuel Alector Ribeiro
TitleCited byYear
Residents’ Attitudes towards Tourism Development in Cape Verde Islands
MA Ribeiro, PO Valle, JA Silva
Understanding Tropical Coastal and Island Tourism Development, 125-150, 2014
822014
Residents’ Attitudes towards Tourism Development in Cape Verde Islands
MA Ribeiro, P Oom do Valle, JA Silva
Tourism Geographies 14 (4), 654-679, 2013
822013
Impact of Trust on Local Residents’ Mega-Event Perceptions and Their Support
D Gursoy, M Yolal, MA Ribeiro, A Panosso-Netto
Journal of Travel Research 56 (3), 393-406, 2017
492017
Tourism and job creation: Lessons from Cape Verde island
MA Ribeiro, PO Valle, JA Silva
Tourism and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Current issues and local …, 2016
43*2016
Residents’ attitudes and the adoption of pro-tourism behaviours: the case of developing island countries
MA Ribeiro, P Pinto, JA Silva, KM Woosnam
Tourism Management 61 (August 2017), 523–537, 2017
402017
Tourists’ destination loyalty through emotional solidarity with residents: an integrative moderated mediation model
MA Ribeiro, KM Woosnam, P Pinto, JA Silva
Journal of Travel Research 57 (3), 279-295, 2018
242018
El turismo en Cabo Verde: Perfil y valoración del viajero
JAM López-Guzmán, T. Ribeiro, M.A. Orgüera-Orgaz, F. Martín
Estudios y Perspectivas en Turismo 24 (3), 512-524, 2015
202015
Social determinants of place attachment at a World Heritage Site
KM Woosnam, KD Aleshinloye, MA Ribeiro, D Stylidis, J Jiang, E Erul
Tourism Management 67, 139-146, 2018
182018
Public trust in mega event planning institutions: The role of knowledge, transparency and corruption
R Nunkoo, MA Ribeiro, V Sunnassee, D Gursoy
Tourism Management 66 (June 2018), 155–166, 2018
182018
Turismo all-inclusive en República Dominicana. Un análisis desde la perspectiva de la demanda turústica
T López-Guzmán, F Orgaz-Aguera, M Alector Ribeiro, ...
Revista de Economía del Caribe, 125-142, 2016
102016
Oom do Valle, P., & Silva, JA (2013). Residents' attitudes towards tourism development in Cape Verde Islands
MA Ribeiro
Tourism Geographies 15 (4), 654-679, 0
10
Examining the predictive validity of SUS-TAS with maximum parsimony in developing island countries.
MA Ribeiro, P Pinto, JA Silva, KM Woosnam
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (3), 379–398, 2018
72018
The all-inclusive tourism system in Cape Verde islands: The tourists' perspective
T López-Guzmán, F Orgaz-Agüera, JAM Martín, MA Ribeiro
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 26 (December), 9-16, 2016
62016
2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil: local residents' perceptions of impacts, emotions, attachment, and their support for the event
D Gursoy, B Sharma, A Panosso Netto, MA Ribeiro
Proceedings of the 5th Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing and …, 2015
42015
Atitude dos Rsidentes Face ao Desenvolvimento do Turismo em Cabo Verde
MA Ribeiro, J Albino Silva, P Oom do Valle
Revista Turismo & Desenvolvimento 3 (13), 925-926, 2010
42010
Heterogeneous community perspectives of emotional solidarity with tourists: Considering Antalya, Turkey
KM Woosnam, E Erul, MA Ribeiro
International Journal of Tourism Research 19 (6), 639-647, 2017
32017
Visitors’ Place Attachment and Destination Loyalty: Examining the Roles of Emotional Solidarity and Perceived Safety
V Patwardhan, MA Ribeiro, V Payini, MK Woosnam, J Mallya, ...
Journal of Travel Research, 2019
22019
Local residents' level of trust, emotions, attachment, and support for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Brazil.
S Bishnu, D Gursoy, A Panosso, MA Ribeiro
Conference proceedings, the 6th Advances in Hospitality and Tourism …, 2016
22016
The influence of Place attachment on social distance: Examining mediating effects of emotional solidarity and the moderating role of interaction
A Aleshinloye, K., Fu, X., Ribeiro, M.A. Woosnam, K.M., & Tasci
Journal of Travel research, 2019
12019
Explaining minority residents’ attitudes of ethnic enclave tourism from general perceptions of tourism impacts
M Woosnam, Kyle, NU Maruyama, MA Ribeiro, D Joo
Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 2019
12019
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