INTERRELATION BETWEEN TOURIST RISK PERCEPTION AND DESTINATION IMAGE AND REVISIT INTENTION EAST LOMBOK POST EARTHQUAKE
This research developed of tourist risk perception and destination image and revisit intention. The
research also focused how tourists are influenced by natural disasters and provides empirical evidence
to predict the hypothesis models. The results of a study of 230 of local and international tourists visit to
East Lombok post the earthquake. This study examining:(1) the effect of risk perception and destination
image (2) the effect of destination image and revisit intention (3) the effect of risk perception and revisit
intention post natural disaster. Results as expected, all results had positive and significant relation
between variables. This research used SEM-AMOS as analysis method.
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