Muhammad Reza Abdullah 1 ; Margono Setiawan 2 ; Sumiati 3 ; Dodi Wirawan 4
1 Doctoral Program of Management Science, Brawijaya University, Indonesia.
2 Doctoral Program of Management Science, Brawijaya University, Indonesia.
3 Doctoral Program of Management Science, Brawijaya University, Indonesia.
4 Doctoral Program of Management Science, Brawijaya University, Indonesia.

Article Id - IJM_10_05_020, Pages : 248-266, Date of Publication : 17, October 2019

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This study purpose is to analyze and explain the effect of destination image on the intention to revisit which is moderated by green environmental culture and mediated by competitiveness. The method used in this study is a quantitative approach with data analysis techniques using SmartPLS (Part Lease Square). Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires to 98 domestic tourists who visited the tourist destinations of Sangeh and Penelokan Bali. The results show that the image of the destination is related to the interest in revisiting and is also related to competitiveness which in turn is increase the intention to revisit. Likewise, green environmental culture can directly increase intention to revisit but does not play a role in moderating the image of the destination in increasing intention to revisit. This is because visitors' perceptions of green environmental culture are different. The competitiveness is important in encouraging the image of the destination to increase the interest of tourists visiting to Sangeh and Penelokan destinations.


Destination Image, Competitiveness, Green Environmental Culture And Intention To Revisit

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Muhammad Reza Abdullah, Margono Setiawan, Sumiati and Dodi Wirawan, Destination Image the Influence on Intention to Revisit, With Competitiveness as a Mediation Variable and Green Culture Environmental as a Moderating Variable (Study on Tourist Destinations in Bali), International Journal of Management, 10 (5), 2019, pp. 248–266


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Prof. Melnyk Alona Alekseevna - Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine

Dr. S.Senthil Kumar - SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Tamilnadu, India

Dr. Achmad Kautsar - Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Indonesia

Dr. M M Bagali - Acharya Institute of Technology, India

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Dr. Dhanuraj - Management Consultant, India

Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Er. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Er. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. N.Shani - Professor, Department of Business Administration, Nehru arts and science college, Coimbatore, India

Dr. T. Manvel Raj - Mohamed Sathak A.J.College of Engineering, India

Dr. Dhanuraj - Management Consultant, India

Prof. Sanobar Anjum - Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Deepika Ttiwari - Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India

Dr. Gajendra Naidu.J - ATMA, India

Dr. S.Saiganesh - Dayananda Sagar Business School, India

Dr. Bamrara.A - HNB Garhwal University, India

Dr. Hari Sundar.G. Ram - Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering, India

Dr. Anshul Gangele - Institute of Technology & Management, India

Dr. Davinder Sharma - BCIPS, India

Prof. Srinivas K T - CIMS - B School, India

Dr. B.Ravi Kumar - Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, India

Dr. Rajesh U Kanthe - BVDU, India

Dr. Swaranjeet Arora - Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, India

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Dr. Sivanesan R - St.Jerome's College of Arts and Science,Tamilnadu, India

Prof. Shraddha Mayuresh Bhome - Future Institute Of Engineering and Management and Future Business School, India

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