Patrick Bouchet
University of Burgundy
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84Publications
12H-index
388Citations
Publications 76
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Since December 2019, the Covid-19 pandemic crisis has led to profound changes around the world with a lot of interdictions or constraints to travel outside one's own country null One of the major consequences has been the development of proximity tourism in outdoor spaces less conducive to the spread of the virus null From a study preceding this pandemic, this article seeks to better understand the experiences lived by domestic tourists when they visited protected natural parks in their country ...
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#1Anne-Marie Lebrun (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 7
#2Roxane Corbel (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 1
Last. Patrick Bouchet (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 12
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This exploratory study examines the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the travel intention of French people (n = 655) for holidays in summer 2020. Qualitative results show demographic and generation differences in the intention to go on vacation caused by a combination of personal uncertainties due to the pandemic, compulsory state measures and travel bans. Using PLS-SEM, quantitative results indicate that influence of perceived risks and attitude towards Covid-19 led tourists to seek out great...
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#1Anne-Marie LebrunH-Index: 7
#2Che-Jen SuH-Index: 6
Last. Patrick BouchetH-Index: 12
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One of the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic crisis has been the development of proximity tourism in outdoor spaces being less conducive to the spread of the virus. From a study preceding this pandemic, this article seeks to better understand the experiences lived by domestic tourists from when they visited two typical protected natural parks as specific experiential contexts (extraordinary versus ordinary) providing different experiences. Each experiential context enables the distinction of...
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#2Yves ChantalH-Index: 8
Last. Faycel KadaH-Index: 2
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In this research, the authors propose to re-explore the relationship between team identification and supporters’ post-game identity management strategies using the two self-conscious emotions of pride and shame as mediating variables. The moderated mediated results indicated that pride mediated the links between team identification and the strategy of status display (i.e., boosting) following victories, and to a lesser extent, following defeats and draws. By contrast, it was shown that shame med...
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This paper aims to synthesize research on the Management of Sports Organizations (MOS) in France. Three parts structure this voluntarily simplifying contribution, very personal and collective at the same time through the direct and indirect contributions of many researchers. First of all, two historical parts between the 1960s and the 2000s provide a first disciplinary and then thematic perspective in order to make a French-speaking retrospective of the dynamics of scientific production. A last ...
The objective of this research is to understand and compare the perceived brand positioning of two football megabrands (Adidas and Nike) for a specific social group, the registered amateur football players in France, using the social representation theory (SRT) as the theoretical framework and the free word associations as the main method.,A survey was conducted through face-to-face questionnaire among a convenience sample of registered amateur football players in France (n = 362) and for which ...
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#1Che-Jen Su (FJU: Fu Jen Catholic University)H-Index: 6
#2Hsin-Hsing LiaoH-Index: 2
Last. Yi-Fang Lan (Wakayama University)H-Index: 2
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Exhibiting evidence of the applicability of scales developed in one society to other societies is a critical issue in establishing the general models of consumer behavior. This study investigates t...
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#1Khafid Badaoui (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 3
#2Anne-Marie Lebrun (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 7
Last. Patrick Bouchet (University of Burgundy)H-Index: 12
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We consider the influence of personal and social identity among adolescents on the importance they attach to clothing products and brands. The conceptual framework includes more conventional variables such as socialization (family, peers, media, and celebrities) and individual characteristics (gender and grade level). Based on a sample of 1,596 French high school adolescents, our results highlight: (i) the influence of identity on the importance attached to product and brand; (ii) the mediating ...
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#1Anne-Marie LebrunH-Index: 7
#2Che-Jen SuH-Index: 6
Last. Patrick BouchetH-Index: 12
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Abstract This chapter compares two protected natural parks as specific experiential contexts providing two different experiences for visitors: extraordinary and memorable versus ordinary and mundane (Caru & Cova, 2006, 2007). Each experiential context enables the distinction of actual visitors’ experiences (Pine & Gilmore, 1999) inside each park. A qualitative study collected information to differentiate each protected natural park based on three dimensions: the geophysical environment, the recr...
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ABSTRACTThe main purpose of this study was to identify the influence of the consumer’s country of residence on hotel service attributes’ contribution to consumer satisfaction. The hospitality services of Disneyland Paris in Paris, France, were analyzed in the context of the study. Data came from their seven hotels and comprised 47,885 valid questionnaires. The Tetraclasse model was applied to identify hotel attributes’ contribution to satisfaction and compare them for consumer segments from eigh...
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