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Noam Shoval
Noam Shoval
Professor of Geography and Tourism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
E-mail megerősítve itt: mail.huji.ac.il
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Tracking tourists in the digital age
N Shoval, M Isaacson
Annals of Tourism Research 34 (1), 141-159, 2007
4552007
Hotel location and tourist activity in cities
N Shoval, B McKercher, E Ng, A Birenboim
Annals of tourism research 38 (4), 1594-1612, 2011
3762011
Sequence alignment as a method for human activity analysis in space and time
N Shoval, M Isaacson
Annals of the Association of American geographers 97 (2), 282-297, 2007
2812007
First and repeat visitor behaviour: GPS tracking and GIS analysis in Hong Kong
B McKercher, N Shoval, E Ng, A Birenboim
Tourism Geographies 14 (1), 147-161, 2012
2732012
The use of tracking technologies in tourism research: the first decade
N Shoval, R Ahas
Tourism Geographies 18 (5), 587-606, 2016
2312016
Tracking technologies and urban analysis
N Shoval
Cities 25 (1), 21-28, 2008
2272008
A new phase in the competition for the Olympic gold: the London and New York bids for the 2012 Games
N Shoval
Journal of urban affairs 24 (5), 583-599, 2002
2252002
Application of tracking technologies to the study of pedestrian spatial behavior
M Isaacson, N Shoval
The professional geographer 58 (2), 172-183, 2006
2122006
Tourist mobility and advanced tracking technologies
N Shoval, M Isaacson
Routledge, 2009
2052009
Categorization of tourist attractions and the modeling of tourist cities: based on the co-plot method of multivariate analysis
N Shoval, A Raveh
Tourism Management 25 (6), 741-750, 2004
1982004
Cruise passengers' behavior at the destination: Investigation using GPS technology
S De Cantis, M Ferrante, A Kahani, N Shoval
Tourism Management 52, 133-150, 2016
1632016
The use of advanced tracking technologies for the analysis of mobility in Alzheimer's disease and related cognitive diseases
N Shoval, GK Auslander, T Freytag, R Landau, F Oswald, U Seidl, ...
BMC geriatrics 8 (1), 1-12, 2008
1482008
Families’ and professional caregivers’ views of using advanced technology to track people with dementia
R Landau, GK Auslander, S Werner, N Shoval, J Heinik
Qualitative health research 20 (3), 409-419, 2010
1402010
Typologies of tourists’ time–space consumption: a new approach using GPS data and GIS tools
AY Grinberger, N Shoval, B McKercher
Tourism Geographies 16 (1), 105-123, 2014
1392014
The geography of hotels in cities: An empirical validation of a forgotten model
N Shoval
Tourism Geographies 8 (1), 56-75, 2006
1382006
Temporal activity patterns of theme park visitors
A Birenboim, S Anton-Clavé, AP Russo, N Shoval
Tourism Geographies 15 (4), 601-619, 2013
1352013
Urban hotel development patterns in the face of political shifts
N Shoval, K Cohen-Hattab
Annals of Tourism research 28 (4), 908-925, 2001
1332001
Real-time measurement of tourists’ objective and subjective emotions in time and space
N Shoval, Y Schvimer, M Tamir
Journal of Travel Research 57 (1), 3-16, 2018
1232018
Museums as flagships of urban development
C Hamnett, N Shoval
Cities and visitors: Regulating people, markets, and city space, 219-236, 2003
1232003
Attitudes of family and professional care-givers towards the use of GPS for tracking patients with dementia: an exploratory study
R Landau, S Werner, GK Auslander, N Shoval, J Heinik
British Journal of Social Work 39 (4), 670-692, 2009
1202009
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