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dc.contributor.authorNowacki, Marek
dc.description.abstractThe article concerns the importance of the authenticity for the satisfaction of tourists visiting tourist attractions. The study was conducted among visitors to the 15th Archaeological Festival at Biskupin (N = 400). Three types of authenticity were distinguished: the objectivist, constructivist and the existential one, as well as their impact on the quality of experience, satisfaction and behavioural intentions of people visiting the festival were studied. The path analysis results show that satisfaction is directly influenced by existential authenticity, while the strongest relation with the quality of experience has the objectivist authenticity. Furthermore, the perception of all three types of authenticity has a significant influence on behavioural intentions of tourists in relation to the attractions. This impact, depending on the type of authenticity has a different course: the objectivist and constructivist authenticity influences the intentions directly, while the existential authenticity has an impact also through the influence on the quality of experience and satisfaction.pl_PL
dc.publisherVysoká škola obchodní v Praze
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dc.subjectpath analysisen
dc.subjectvisitor attractionen
dc.titleThe Authenticity of Perception of the Visitors to the Archaeological Festival at Biskupinen
dc.contributor.organizationAWF w Poznaniu
dc.description.epersonMarek Nowacki

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