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Aligarh: A research article “Behavioral Intention of Traveling in the period of COVID-19: An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and Perceived Risk” co-authored by Professor Sheeba Hamid (Tourism, Department of Commerce, AMU ) and its researchers, M. Sujood (Senior Research Fellow-Tourism) and Ms. Naseem Bano (Research Scholar-Tourism) has been published in International Journal of Tourism Cities, Emerald Publishing, UK, indexed in Scopus, Web of Science and ABDC. The article recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) has been indexed in the world literature on Corona virus disease.

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This study examined the behavioral intention of Indian travelers to travel during the Corona virus era using the theory of planned behavior. The main value is to test the theory of planned behavior by incorporating the perceived risk in the context of COVID-19

This study may benefit travelers, the tourism and hospitality industry, government, the aviation industry and other relevant organizations, as the document offers the latest updates and information. critical to the behavioral intentions of travelers, said Professor Sheeba Hamid.

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