Research Paper gets WHO recognition


Aligarh : A research paper “Behavioral Intention of Traveling in the period of COVID-19: An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and Perceived Risk” jointly authored by Prof Sheeba Hamid (Tourism, Department of Commerce, AMU) and her research scholars, Mr Sujood (Senior Research Fellow- Tourism) and Ms Naseem Bano (Research Scholar- Tourism) was published in International Journal of Tourism Cities, Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom, indexed in Scopus, Web of Science and ABDC. The paper recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), has been listed under Global Literature on Corona virus disease

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This study has examined Indian travelers’ behavioral intention of traveling in the period of Corona virus by using the theory of planned behavior. The primary value is to test the theory of planned behavior by incorporating perceived risk in the context of COVID-19

This study can benefit travelers, the tourism and hospitality industry, government, the aviation industry and other relevant organizations as the paper offers the latest updates and essential information regarding traveler’s behavioral intentions, said Prof Sheeba Hamid

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