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Current Issues in Tourism ; 26(12):1974-1990, 2023.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-20245125


This research aims to grasp the evolution of consumer demand and improve the resilience of the hotel industry under the public health crisis (COVID-19). Online reviews of 7,679 hotels in 10 cities were collected from Ctrip, China's major online hotel platform. Then, we applied opinion mining and time evolution to mine the change in consumer demand before, during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Findings show that some consumer demands (e.g. epidemic safety) will change during the outbreak period. However, during the nonoutbreak period, users were more concerned about their own check-in experience (e.g. hotel facilities, front desk services). This article provides new ideas for identifying the dynamic value of online reviews. We suggest that businesses focus on ensuring hotel safety during the crisis period. The results contribute essential theoretical and practical significance to the hotel industry's crisis management during public health crises.

Front Psychol ; 13: 990545, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-2080256


Affected by COVID-19, there is a growing trend toward healthy lifestyles and organic food consumption. The literature on organic foods focuses on the factors that influence buying behavior. A thriving organic business requires both sustained consumption and consumer contributions beyond the purchase-customer engagement behavior. The purpose of this study is to examine the factors that may drive member customers to engage with organic grocerants. This study surveyed 280 Chinese member customers of an organic grocerant to explore how to drive customer engagement behavior. Based on value co-creation theory and the customer engagement literature, this study proposed a "value acquisition-value co-creation" framework to explore the relationship between perceived value, brand trust, and customer engagement behavior. The results show that emotional and social value can directly and effectively motivate customer engagement behavior in organic grocerants. However, consumers' perceived quality value and price value will not directly affect customer engagement behavior but instead indirectly affect it through brand trust. Furthermore, improving the perceived value of emotion, quality and price can strengthen brand trust in organic grocerants. The study confirms that brand trust is critical to organic grocerant and customer engagement. Our findings provide a new perspective for understanding the relationship between the value customers receive from organic food consumption and value co-creation through customer engagement behavior.

Journal of Food Quality ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1932849


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the food industry has received increasing attention in recent years. Many scholars have paid attention to case studies and other empirical analyses in this field, but there is no systematic or scientific literature review. The purpose of this study is to quantitatively evaluate the knowledge structure, research hotspots, and development history in CSR in the food industry. After searching, screening, and commenting, 498 articles were left for citation analysis, co-citation analysis, and co-word analysis. The main findings of the research are as follows: (1) The overall development status of the research in the field. The analysis of the three fields that constitute the knowledge structure. (2) Research in this field has become a hot spot, but the research is rather scattered, and the scholars and experts do not have a special research core. (3) The keywords’ cluster results in 9 clustering tags, which are further grouped into 7 groups. The research of the scholars focuses on the food supply chain, consumer perception, and social media communication. (4) The research topics in this field focus on environmental responsibility, nutrition and health, and food safety. The research results show that future research should be more in-depth and reflect the new characteristics of the Internet, digitalization, and big data.