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The Effect of the Environmental Factor on the Emotion and Satisfaction at the Waiting Lounge of the International Cruise Terminal
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The Effect of the Environmental Factor on the Emotion and Satisfaction at the Waiting Lounge of the International Cruise Terminal
Kim, Gha-Ryong; Yhang, Wii-Joo;
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 Abstract
The study was to investigate the effect of the environmental factor on the emotion and satisfaction at the waiting lounge of the Busan International Cruise Terminal. This study focus on tourist at the waiting area in the Busan International Cruise Terminal. The data was collected through self-administered questionnaires and the research performed to face-to-face interview. For data analysis, used SPSS 18.0 and AMOS 18.0 of a structural equation model. The results of the study were found as follows: first, the physical environmental factor of the lounge influenced on the positive emotion. Second, the social factor affected the positive emotion. Finally, emotion affected the positive satisfaction. This study suggested that environmental factor was totally affected by emotion and thus environmental management depended on an individual characteristics of the individual place. The port authority will need more efforts to make a better waiting lounge setting for higher tourist satisfaction.
 Keywords
Structural Equation Model;Environmental Factor;Physical Environment;Social Environment;Emotion;Satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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