By Joseph Chen
"Advances in Hospitality and relaxation" ("AHL"), a peer-reviewed sequence, seeks to bring fresh insights from a bunch of medical investigations concerning hospitality, rest, and tourism whereas rendering a tutorial discussion board to stimulate dialogue on present literature, modern concerns and rising traits necessary to thought development in addition to specialist practices from an international point of view. the main target of this magazine is to disclose the leading edge equipment of inquiry with the intention to encourage new examine subject matters which are important and feature been in huge missed. AHL strives to deal with the desires of the population prepared to disseminate seminal principles, recommendations, and theories derived from scholarly inquiries. strength readers may perhaps retrieve worthwhile texts assisting define new learn agendas, recommend practicable issues for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the recent topics of studying.
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TSENG ET AL. Table 8. X2 CMIN/DF GFI RMR RMSEA NFI CFI AGFI Goodness-of-Fit Test. 924 leisure participation in native country (LPN), leisure participation in Taiwan (LPT), leisure constraint in Taiwan (LCT), leisure satisfaction in Taiwan (LST), and life satisfaction in Taiwan (LS). The model ﬁt index is shown in Table 8 and each index is within the acceptable range indicating that the model established is a good ﬁt for the study. Fig. 2 is the correlation pathway of foreign labors’ leisure preference (LP), leisure participation in native country (LPN), leisure participation in Taiwan (LPT), leisure constraint in Taiwan (LCT), leisure satisfaction in Taiwan (LST), and life satisfaction in Taiwan (LS).
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Advances in Hospitality and Leisure, Volume 5 by Joseph Chen