Another look at the carpenter's tools: A reply to Plog
. Journal of Travel Research, 29(2), 50-51.
(9.) Coombs, "Migration and Adaptation"; Coombs and Plog
, "Conversion of the Chumash," 309; Larson, Johnson, and Michaelson, "Missionization among the Coastal Chumash," 263.
found that people with relatively strong feelings of fear and anxiety not only traveled less by air but, when they did travel, chose destinations that they perceived to be relatively safe and secure.
According to Plog
, important travel motivations for allocentric tourists include learning new things and experiencing exotic cultures and customs.
The inclination to gather information about a destination prior to departure and to plan itineraries themselves, rather than rely on a packaged product, has been attributed to Plog
's (1973) "allocentric tourist." If, as Plog
suggests, allocentric tourists are more inquisitive and curious than the average traveler, they might be expected to exhibit an increased level of spatial activity and the number of different information sources used in the planning stages of a trip might be associated with multidestination travel patterns.
(1990), "Decision-making on old-age transfers", in Van Der Plog
He always kept his cool in all kinds of situations in which they tried to trap him', recalled Stanley Plog
, Reagan's public relations guru during the 1966 campaign.
Of the 552 newly married couples participating in the study by Plog
Research of Reseda, Cal., 62 percent received slow cookers.