Arch Woodside
Arch Woodside
Professor of Marketing, Boston College
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Linking Service Quality, Customer Satisfaction, And Behavio
AG Woodside, LL Frey, RT Daly
Marketing Health Services 9 (4), 5, 1989
A general model of traveler destination choice
AG Woodside, S Lysonski
Journal of travel Research 27 (4), 8-14, 1989
Building and testing theories of decision making by travellers
E Sirakaya, AG Woodside
Tourism management 26 (6), 815-832, 2005
Moving beyond multiple regression analysis to algorithms: Calling for adoption of a paradigm shift from symmetric to asymmetric thinking in data analysis and crafting theory
AG Woodside
Journal of Business Research 66 (4), 463-472, 2013
Case study research: Theory, methods and practice
AG Woodside
Emerald Group Publishing, 2010
Case study research methods for theory building
AG Woodside, EJ Wilson
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 2003
Tourism demand modelling and forecasting
H Song, SF Witt
Routledge, 2012
When consumers and brands talk: Storytelling theory and research in psychology and marketing
AG Woodside, S Sood, KE Miller
Psychology & Marketing 25 (2), 97-145, 2008
The effect of salesman similarity and expertise on consumer purchasing behavior
AG Woodside, JW Davenport Jr
Journal of Marketing Research 11 (2), 198-202, 1974
Embrace• perform• model: Complexity theory, contrarian case analysis, and multiple realities
AG Woodside
Journal of Business Research 67 (12), 2495-2503, 2014
Brand‐consumer storytelling theory and research: Introduction to a Psychology & Marketing special issue
AG Woodside
Psychology & Marketing 27 (6), 531-540, 2010
A general theory of tourism consumption systems: A conceptual framework and an empirical exploration
AG Woodside, C Dubelaar
Journal of travel research 41 (2), 120-132, 2002
Market segmentation for e-tourism
S Dolnicar
Handbook of e-tourism, 1-15, 2020
Personal values and travel decisions
RE Pitts, AG Woodside
Journal of Travel Research 25 (1), 20-25, 1986
Case study research: Theory, methods
AG Woodside
Practice 1, 2010
Applying complexity theory to deepen service dominant logic: Configural analysis of customer experience-and-outcome assessments of professional services for personal …
PL Wu, SS Yeh, AG Woodside
Journal of business research 67 (8), 1647-1670, 2014
General system framework of customer choice processes of tourism services
AG Woodside, R MacDonald
Spoilt for choice 30, 1994
Ste p Two in Benefit Segmentation: Learning the Benefits Realized by Major Travel Markets
AG Woodside, LW Jacobs
Journal of Travel Research 24 (1), 7-13, 1985
Traveler evoked, inept, and inert sets of vacation destinations
AG Woodside, D Sherrell
Journal of Travel Research 16 (1), 14-18, 1977
Consumer decision-making styles and mall shopping behavior: Building theory using exploratory data analysis and the comparative method
S Wesley, M LeHew, AG Woodside
Journal of Business Research 59 (5), 535-548, 2006
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