Kaveh Jafari

Kaveh Jafari
Eastern Mediterranean University · Faculty of Tourism

Master of Research

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Introduction
Kaveh Jafari is an Academic Researcher in Social Science. he has an imperative focus on the field of Tourism and Hospitality. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering and Master of Science in Tourism Management from Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. He published articles in top-tier journals in which are indexed at Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) and Emerging Science Citation Index (ESCI), He has included Verified Researcher of Web Of Science.

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Purpose The study sought to examine the impacts of COVID-19 on tourism from the stakeholder perspective in the case of Famagusta town in Northern Cyprus. Design/methodology/approach Via a qualitative research approach, data are collected through face-to-face interviews from direct and indirect tourism stakeholders operating in Famagusta. A judgmen...
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Purpose On a global scale, the Muslim-friendly hospitality business has intensified hotel competition. Given the paucity of research on the important service quality characteristics of Muslim-friendly hotels, this study aims to identify the major themes encountered by tourists at Muslim-friendly hotels. Design/methodology/approach The research use...
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Tourism sector has already affected severely by the existing coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic as of Feb 11, 2020 started in China and spread all over the world. World Health Organization (WHO), therefore, has been recommended travelers to avoid travelling. Since then, the number of tourists has essentially plummeted to a level that world has not eve...
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The world has been affected by an outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Health care workers are among those most at risk of contracting the virus. In the fight against the coronavirus, nurses play a critical role. Still, most social media platforms demonstrate that nurses fear that their health is not being prioritized. The purpose of this...

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