L’attachement au lieu de service : Etat de l’art, perspectives et voies de recherche
The aim of this article is to enlight the relevancy of the concept of place attachment in order to qualify the affective relationship between consumers and service areas, particularly leisure places. This paper reviews the overall results obtained so far by researchers and highlights the different research avenues left to explore.
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