Sara Dolnicar
TitleCited byYear
Assessing the prerequisite of successful CSR implementation: are consumers aware of CSR initiatives?
A Pomering, S Dolnicar
Journal of Business Ethics 85 (2), 285-301, 2009
4982009
Beyond “commonsense segmentation”: A systematics of segmentation approaches in tourism
S Dolničar
Journal of Travel Research 42 (3), 244-250, 2004
2722004
A review of data-driven market segmentation in tourism
S Dolnicar
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 12 (1), 1-22, 2002
2472002
Desalinated versus recycled water: public perceptions and profiles of the accepters
S Dolnicar, AI Schäfer
Journal of Environmental Management 90 (2), 888-900, 2009
2402009
Environment-friendly tourists: What do we really know about them?
S Dolnicar, GI Crouch, P Long
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16 (2), 197-210, 2008
2402008
An examination of indexes for determining the number of clusters in binary data sets
E Dimitriadou, S Dolničar, A Weingessel
Psychometrika 67 (1), 137-159, 2002
2392002
The contribution of vacations to quality of life
S Dolnicar, V Yanamandram, K Cliff
Annals of Tourism Research 39 (1), 59-83, 2012
2212012
Market segmentation in tourism
S Dolnicar
Tourism management, analysis, behaviour and strategy, 129-150, 2008
2012008
Which hotel attributes matter? A review of previous and a framework for future research
S Dolnicar, T Otter
1902003
What motivates which volunteers? Psychographic heterogeneity among volunteers in Australia
S Dolnicar, M Randle
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 18 …, 2007
1872007
Understanding barriers to leisure travel: Tourist fears as a marketing basis
S Dolnicar
Journal of Vacation Marketing 11 (3), 197-208, 2005
1842005
Selective marketing for environmentally sustainable tourism
S Dolnicar, F Leisch
Tourism management 29 (4), 672-680, 2008
1752008
Marketing in non-profit organizations: an international perspective
S Dolnicar, K Lazarevski
International marketing review 26 (3), 275-291, 2009
1592009
What affects public acceptance of recycled and desalinated water?
S Dolnicar, A Hurlimann, B Grün
Water research 45 (2), 933-943, 2011
1582011
When public opposition defeats alternative water projects–the case of Toowoomba Australia
A Hurlimann, S Dolnicar
Water research 44 (1), 287-297, 2010
1582010
Challenging “factor–cluster segmentation”
S Dolnicar, B Grün
Journal of Travel Research 47 (1), 63-71, 2008
1562008
Online versus paper: Format effects in tourism surveys
S Dolnicar, C Laesser, K Matus
Journal of Travel Research 47 (3), 295-316, 2009
1482009
Winter tourist segments in Austria: Identifying stable vacation styles using bagged clustering techniques
S Dolnicar, F Leisch
Journal of Travel Research 41 (3), 281-292, 2003
1442003
Using cluster analysis for market segmentation-typical misconceptions, established methodological weaknesses and some recommendations for improvement
S Dolnicar
1322003
Environmentally friendly behavior: Can heterogeneity among individuals and contexts/environments be harvested for improved sustainable management?
S Dolnicar, B Grün
Environment and Behavior 41 (5), 693-714, 2009
1312009
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