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Phenomenological Study of Employee Perceptions of Managerial Behaviors as Personal Enactments of Organizational Culture

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Choice Under Uncertainty: The Settlement Decisions of Serbian Self-Initiated Expatriates in the United States

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Destination Quality Perception in the Context of Different Behavioural Characteristics of Visitors

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Landscape Perception of the Bohemian Paradise

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Place Attachment and Tourist Experience in the Context of Desert Tourism – the Case of Wadi Rum

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Treading in the footsteps of literary heroes: an autoethnography

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