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Two social exchanges and service personnel’s internal service behavioural intention at international tourism hotels

). Behavior intention formation in knowledge sharing: Examining the roles of extrinsic motivators, social-psychological forces, and organizational climate. MIS Quarterly, 29(1), 87-111 [8] Boshoff, C., & Mels, G. (1995). A cause model to evaluate the relationships among supervision, role stress, organizational commitment and internal service quality. European Journal of Marketing, 29(2), 23-42 [9] Campbell, D.T. (1963). Social attitudes and other required behavior dispositions. In S. Koch (eds.), Psychology: A study of a science. New York: McGraw-Hill, 6, 94

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Techniques employed to create event prestige value for corporate VIPs: the V.I.P. Framework

International Approach (pp. 267-286). London: Sage [53] Schuler, R. S. (1979). Managing stress means managing time. Personnel Journal, 58(12), 851-854 [54] Smidts, A., Pruyn, A. T., & Van Riel, C. B. (2001). The impact of employee communication and perceived external prestige on organizational identified. Academy of Management Journal, 44(5), 1051-1062 [55] Sorensen, A. (2003). Backpacker ethnography. Annals of Tourism Research, 30(4), 847-867 [56] Sprecher, S. (2001). Equity and social exchange in dating couples: Associations with satisfaction

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