Individual and Contextual Determinants of Cruise Passengers’ Behavior at Their Destination: A Survival Approach
- Authors: Ferrante M.; Pavlic I.; De Cantis S.
- Publication year: 2021
- Type: Capitolo o Saggio
- OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/462282
The proposed study will present an analysis of cruise passengers’ behavior at their destination. Mobility behavior will be analyzed in relation to socio-demographic characteristics through a survival modeling approach. Data collected through GPS devices on cruise passengers’ behavior in the ports of Palermo and Dubrovnik will be analyzed in order to determine similarities and differences among cruise passengers’ behaviors at their destination, according to socio-demographic characteristics. The authors of this chapter contend that the results of this research, involving the processing and the analysis of GPS data, will be of interest from methodological and destination management perspectives.