Master of Hospitality Administration
First Committee Member
Kurt Stahura, Chair
Number of Pages
The active sport tourist is a subset within the tourism industry that can be further analyzed to understand this type of traveler. The driver’s of such a tourist include Risk Theory, Individual’s view, Geographical Approach, Role Theory, Consumer Behavior and Group Based Nostalgia. These drivers are compared and analyzed to self-efficacy and how a sport decision or destination relates to self-efficacy. The sources of self-efficacy are defined and an analysis of the active sport tourist’s relationship through the cognitive, motivational, affective and selection processes are explored.
Self-efficacy; Sports and tourism – Psychological aspects
Sports Sciences | Tourism and Travel
Grimes, Debey, "An Analysis of how Self-Efficacy Relates to the Driver’s of the Active Sport Tourist" (2011). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 1055.