New research by Bournemouth University, UK, Australia National University, Australia, Beijing Language and Culture University, China, Sinounited Investment Group Corporation, China, and Beijing Technology and Business University, China.
A new research about travel cognition after Coronavirus outbreak 2020 aims to investigate cognition and behaviour changes caused by coronavirus 2020 globally. It will take only 7-8 minutes of your time. A series of academic articles should be produced once the survey is completed.
The questionnaire asks for the thoughts of the participants, about their possible travel before and after the coronavirus outbreak. Some questions ask about what they consider as important and some questions ask how likely something is. Some questions also invite them to add their thoughts or comments. There are no right or wrong answers.
The survey also asks for a little information about the participants, to help group and understand their answers in the following analysis. Their answers are confidential, and they will be grouped with the opinions of many other people from around the world.
The survey is carried out by:
- Dimitrios Buhalis, Bournemouth University, UK
- Xianglan Chen, Beijing Language and Culture University, China
- Yahui Duan, Australia National University, Australia
- Yachao Duan, Sinounited Investment Group Corporation, China
- Yanmei Jia, Beijing Technology and Business University, China
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