By Joseph Chen
"Advances in Hospitality and relaxation" ("AHL"), a peer-reviewed sequence, seeks to bring fresh insights from a number of medical investigations touching on hospitality, rest, and tourism whereas rendering an instructional discussion board to stimulate dialogue on present literature, modern concerns and rising tendencies necessary to thought development in addition to expert practices from an international viewpoint. the focus of this magazine is to reveal the leading edge tools of inquiry with a purpose to motivate new study issues which are very important and feature been in huge ignored. AHL strives to handle the wishes of the population prepared to disseminate seminal principles, suggestions, and theories derived from scholarly inquiries. strength readers may well retrieve invaluable texts assisting define new learn agendas, recommend manageable subject matters for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the recent matters of studying.
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This study also adopted Beard and Ragheb’s (1980) LSS as the indicators to measure foreign labors’ leisure satisfaction in Taiwan. ’’ Neugarten, Havighursts, and Tobin (1961) used individual’s internal subjective perception to evaluate the psychological happiness one had in life presently or in the past. Stones and Kozma (1980) regarded life satisfaction as the pleasure one had when one’s wishes in life were accomplished to a certain degree. Carp and Carp (1983) believed that life satisfaction is the indicator for each age group during adulthood and, by subjectively evaluating one’s past and current life, one can understand if he or she is adjusted to life and the degree of happiness felt psychologically.
Green issues: Dimensions of environmental concern. Journal of Business Research, 30, 63–74. THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LEISURE BEHAVIORS AND LIFE SATISFACTION OF FOREIGN LABORS IN TAIWAN – THE CASE OF THAI LABORS Tzuhui A. Tseng, David Y. Chang and Ching-Cheng Shen ABSTRACT This empirical study investigated the relationships among leisure behaviors and life satisfaction of Thai labors in Taiwan. Convenience sampling and several statistical techniques were adopted. The key ﬁndings were (1) Leisure preference, participation, constraint, satisfaction, and overall life satisfaction are inﬂuenced by one’s socioeconomic background.
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Advances in Hospitality and Leisure, Volume 5 by Joseph Chen