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Willem Coetzee
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Quality of life, event impacts, and mega-event support among South African residents before and after the 2010 FIFA World Cup
K Kaplanidou, K Karadakis, H Gibson, B Thapa, M Walker, S Geldenhuys, ...
Journal of Travel Research 52 (5), 631-645, 2013
2292013
Psychic income and social capital among host nation residents: A pre–post analysis of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa
HJ Gibson, M Walker, B Thapa, K Kaplanidou, S Geldenhuys, W Coetzee
Tourism Management 44, 113-122, 2014
1582014
The power of sport to unite a nation: The social value of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa
B Heere, M Walker, H Gibson, B Thapa, S Geldenhuys, W Coetzee
European Sport Management Quarterly 13 (4), 450-471, 2013
1202013
“Win in Africa, With Africa”: Social responsibility, event image, and destination benefits. The case of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa
M Walker, K Kaplanidou, H Gibson, B Thapa, S Geldenhuys, W Coetzee
Tourism management 34, 80-90, 2013
1202013
Electronic word of mouth in tourism and hospitality consumer behaviour: state of the art
S Pourfakhimi, T Duncan, WJL Coetzee
Tourism Review, 2020
692020
Utilizing the VICE model for the sustainable development of the Innibos Arts Festival
M Van Niekerk, WJL Coetzee
Event Tourism and Cultural Tourism, 115-133, 2013
562013
Ethnic identity over national identity: An alternative approach to measure the effect of the World Cup on social cohesion
B Heere, M Walker, H Gibson, B Thapa, S Geldenhuys, W Coetzee
Journal of Sport & Tourism 20 (1), 41-56, 2016
222016
A critique of the progress of eTourism technology acceptance research: time for a hike?
S Pourfakhimi, T Duncan, W Coetzee
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 2019
182019
Renegotiating organisational crisis management in urban tourism: strategic imperatives of niche construction
A Faisal, JN Albrecht, WJL Coetzee
International Journal of Tourism Cities 6 (4), 885-905, 2020
152020
Predicting intentions to revisit and recommend a sporting event using the event experience scale (EES)
WIJL Coetzee, C Lee, A Faisal
Event Management 23 (3), 303-314, 2019
152019
A synthesis of technology acceptance research in tourism & hospitality
S Pourfakhimi, T Duncan, W Coetzee
Information and communication technologies in tourism 2018, 143-155, 2018
152018
(Re) Creating spaces for tourism: Spatial effects of the 2010/2011 Christchurch earthquakes
A Faisal, JN Albrecht, WJL Coetzee
Tourism Management 80, 104102, 2020
142020
Local residents' perceptions of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
UP Hermann, L Du Plessis, WJL Coetzee, S Geldenhuys
South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and …, 2013
132013
A visitor motivational typology at Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site
UP Hermann, P Van der Merwe, M Saayman, WJL Coetzee
Acta Commercii 16 (1), 1-7, 2016
112016
Transformative potential of events–the case of gay ski week in Queenstown, New Zealand
WJL Coetzee, XN Liu, CV Filep
Tourism Review, 2019
102019
Socio-economic impacts of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
UP Hermann, L Du Plessis, WJL Coetzee, S Geldenhuys
African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance 18 (sup …, 2012
102012
Ecotourism based on the observation of sea turtles–A sustainable solution for the touristic promotion of são tomé and príncipe
S Mendes, J Martins, T Mouga
Cogent Social Sciences 5 (1), 1696001, 2019
82019
Predicting behavioural intentions of Craft Beer Festival attendees by their event experience
UP Hermann, C Lee, W Coetzee, L Boshoff
International Journal of Wine Business Research, 2020
72020
Event experience at sporting events: An assessment of the event experience scale
C Lee, WJL Coetzee
Cauthe 2017: Time for Big ideas? Re-thinking the field for tomorrow, 891-899, 2017
72017
Questioning the validity of race as a social construct: Examining race and ethnicity in the ‘rainbow nation’
B Heere, M Walker, H Gibson, B Thapa, S Geldenhuys, W Coetzee
African Social Science Review 7 (1), 2, 2015
72015
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