Dong Erwei, Professor


Education

Ph.D.

Pennsylvania State University

Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management College of Health and Human Development University Park, PA,

USA

Leisure Studies (Recreation, Park and Tourism Management with emphasis on social psychology) with a minor in cultural

anthropology, GPA: 3.80/4.00

 

M.A.

Tokyo Gakugei University (one of Japan’s core teacher-training universities)

Department of Health and Physical Education Tokyo, JapanHealth and Physical Education with emphasis on sociology

GPA: 4.00/4.00 Master of Education

 

B.A.

Liaoning Normal University

Department of Physical Education Dalian, Liaoning province, China

Physical Education with emphasis on psychology

The top 5 percent: Summa Cum Laude (different GPA evaluation system. Recipient of first class undergraduate scholarship and full scholarship of graduate school) Bachelor of Education

 

Working Experience

Assistant Dean/Associate Director and Clinical Professor

Hainan University-Arizona State University International Joint Tourism College (HAITC)

Haikou, Hainan, China

School of Community Resources and Development Arizona State University

September 2019-current

developing, planning and implementing strategies to maintain and continually improve the quality efforts of Arizona State University (ASU)-Hainan University (HNU) collaboration and student services, promoting the college’s visibility and educational offerings. Serving as a liaison for undergraduate programs between ASU and HNU. Serving as an expert and resource to the Deans and Vice Deans with regards to ASU-HNU collaboration and HAITC student services. Counseling and conferring with students within HAITC’s programs of study; providing program procedures, policies, goals and objectives, technical guidance and problem resolution. Coordinating and providing support to enrolled students, such as graduation processing, petitioning, withdrawals, program documentation, computer accounts, information sessions, and student orientation. Overseeing and enforcing ASU and Watts College policies and procedures.

 

Distinguished  Professor and  Director

China International Center for Leisure and Tourism Research Shanghai University of Sport, Shanghai, China

Full professor (2014)

Dongfang Scholar (Eastern Scholar) appointed by City of Shanghai (2015)

Distinguished Professor and Director (2017- 2019)

Building new recreation, sport and tourism management program and creating the first Master of Tourism Management (MTA) in sport tourism; Organizing the First and the Second International Conference on Sport Tourism (2018, 2019) and First International Conference on National Parks and Outdoor Recreation Development (December 14- 15, 2019) in Shanghai

 

Non-resident Faculty and National Faculty  Member

Recreation and Tourism Management

United States Sports Academy

February 2016-

Teaching online recreation and sports management

 

Assistant Director

Center on Religion and Chinese Society Purdue University

August 2015-Feburary 2016

Managing a $ 3.5 million grant from John Templeton Foundation organizing international conferences to be held at Purdue, Korea, Seattle, and Japan, including coordinating with the planning committee members, advisors, and invited scholars in the United States, Europe, and China, arranging conference logistics, preparing publicity materials (newsletters, brochures, flyers, posters, etc.), working with the webmaster to develop a bilingual website dedicated to the study of Chinese religion, etc. supervising research assistants, postdoctoral researchers, and visiting scholars, including arranging lecture series or planning symposia at Purdue. Developing and maintain bilingual publicity and fundraising materials of the Center. Helping submit periodic reports related to the Mapping Chinese Spiritual Capital Project.

 

Associate Professor and Chair of Recreation Management

United States Sports Academy, Daphne, AL May, 2015- August, 2015

Building new recreation management program and revising the following existing courses:

SAM 530: Food and Beverage Service Management for Sport Clubs

SAM 533: Sports Club Management

SAM 534: Membership and Marketing for Sport Clubs

SAM 535: Introduction to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism

SAM 536: Philosophy and History of Recreation and Leisure

SAM 537: Introduction to Recreational Sport Management

 

Assistant Professor (Tenure-track)

Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies (50% appointment of leisure studies program)

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

(50% appointment of hospitality and tourism management program)

University of South Alabama

August 2014 to May 2015

Building new hospitality and tourism management program

 

Assistant Professor (Tenure-track)

Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies University of South Alabama

August 2008 to May 2014

*Lisa Mitchell Bukstein Developing Faculty Endowment Award (early career award) from College of Education at University of South Alabama in 2009.

 

National Faculty

United States Sports Academy, Daphne, AL

January 2015 to present

 

Honorary Associate Professor

Department of Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Sciences University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

January 2013 to present

Teach three-week summer tourism and leisure courses

 

Off campus faculty member/visiting professor member/visiting professor

Health Tourism Research Center, Graduate School of Tourism Sciences, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan

July 2011 to present

Visit Okinawa every summer to conduct tourism and health projects

 

Lecturer

Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at State University of New York at Cortland

January 2006~May 2008

 

Additional Academic and Training Experience

Visiting professor in Department of Tourism Sciences at University of Ryukyus

Okinawa, Japan, July 2010/August 2011/August 2013/October 2014/December 2015, December 2016, December 2017.

 

Conducting leisure lifestyle, tourism and health project among Okinawans supported by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology of Japan and University of the Ryukyus.

 

Developing Japan health tourism promotion strategies with Dr. Masashi Arakawa (professor in tourism at University of Ryukyus) and Mr. Nobuyoshi Takahashi (director of Health Tourism Institute at Japan Travel Bureau Corporation).

 

Developing collaboration with National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii (NELHA) and visiting Hawaii (Honolulu and Kona).

 

Consultant and oversea advisor for study abroad tours sponsored by Kariyushi Hotel Group (four different tours were held in Hawaii, Jeju island, Hong Kong and Shanghai in 2015). Indiana has been chosen as one of study tour destinations for the 2016 tours.

 

China-North America Leisure Studies Network (CN-ALS)

Co- founders of China-North America Leisure Studies Network (CN-ALS) with faculty members from University of Illinois, University of Alberta, and Beijing International Studies University.

 

Organizing 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2020 China –U.S. leisure research summit

 

Advocacy Academy Phase II: A policy training program on childhood obesity policy funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Montgomery, AL, March 2012

 

The workshop focused on reforming childhood obesity policy from a variety of perspectives (e.g, tourism, recreation and leisure).

 

Advocacy Academy Phase I: A policy training program on childhood obesity policy funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Jackson, MS, October 2011

 

The workshop focused on reforming childhood obesity policy from a variety of perspectives (e.g, tourism, recreation and leisure).

 

Participant of 2011 China trip for educators in Alabama

Beijing, Qinhuangdao, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou, China, June 2011

 

The trip is funded by Confucius Institute at Troy University and College of Education at University of South Alabama

 

Visiting professor in Department of Health, and Physical Education at Tokyo Gakugei University

Tokyo, Japan, June 2010~September 2010

 

Guest lecture and conducting leisure lifestyle project among Tokyo and Osaka residents funded by Heiwanagajima Foundation

 

Short Courses on Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology Supported by the National Science Foundation

Beaufort, NC, July 2009

 

Attended a competitive 5-day course on behavior measurement in naturalistic settings

 

Korea Foundation research fellow

Korea, May 2008~August 2008

 

Supported by Korean Foundation to conduct a leisure lifestyle and health project among Seoul residents in Korea

 

Participant of Society of Park and Recreation Educators (SPRE) teaching institute

Sacramento, CA, January 2005

 

Graduate Assistant Experiences

Research Assistant                                    

Fall 2002~Spring 2003

Children, Youth and Family Consortium (CYFC) grant, Pennsylvania State University This project was focused on tourism development strategies for the improvement of socio-economic well-being of ethnically diverse young women and children in Dali, Lijiang and Shangri-La, Yunnan Province, China.

 

Graduate assistant                                       

January 2002~May 2005

Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University

 

Project manager and research assistant     

Fall 2005 World Leisure Expo 2006 Research Project: Global leisure lifestyles and constraints in urban Settings Funded by World Leisure Organization

This project was focused on leisure, health and quality of life in six cities in China

 

Project manager and research assistant 

Summer 2005

Understanding the cultural issues associated with the urban-wildland interface in the Pacific Northwest (Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest) in Seattle, Washington. Funded by USDA Forest Service

This project was focused on investigating opinions and recreational use of national forest among downtown Seattle minority population.

 

Research Assistant                                   

Spring 2005 World Leisure Expo 2006 Research Project: Global Leisure Lifestyles and Constraints in Urban Settings Funded by World Leisure Organization

 

Research Assistant                                   

Spring 2005 Potter County visitors survey projects

Funded by Potter County Visitors Association (Pennsylvania)

 

Research Assistant                                      

Fall 2004

National visitor use monitoring program, Allegheny National Forest

 

Courses Taught and Developed

Arizona State University; Hainan University-Arizona State University International Joint Tourism College (HAITC), Haikou, Hainan, China (September, 2019~present)

  • ASU 101: The ASU Experience

  • CRD 191: First-Year Seminar

  • PRM 304: Recreation Planning and Facility Management

  • RPM 120: Leisure and Qualify of Life

 

Shanghai University of Sport, Shanghai, Chia (September, 2017~September, 2019)

Built new recreation management and sport tourism program and teach the following course:

  • Sport Tourism Management (3 credits)- School of Economic and Management

 

United States Sports Academy, Daphne, AL (May~ August, 2015)

Built new recreation management program and revised the following existing courses:

  • SAM 530: Food and Beverage Service Management for Sport Clubs (online)

  • SAM 533: Sports Club Management (online)

  • SAM 534: Membership and Marketing for Sport Clubs (online)

  • SAM 535: Introduction to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism (online)

  • SAM 536: Philosophy and History of Recreation and Leisure (online)

  • SAM 537: Introduction to Recreational Sport Management (online)

 

University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL (August 2008~May 2015)

Hospitality and Tourism Management at Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

  • HTM 440: Lodging Management (3 credits) Course developed

  • HTM 410: Sustainable Tourism (3 credits) Course developed

  • HTM 400: Legal Issues in Hospitality and Tourism (3 credits) Course developed

  • HTM 220: Events Planning and Management (3 credits) Course developed

  • HTM 215: Ecotourism (3 credits)

 

Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies

  • LS490: Special topic: Global Tourism and Leisure Behavior (3 credits)

  • LS490: Special topic: Building a Livable City Through Leisure: a Global Perspective (3 credits)

  • LS483: Issues in Leisure Services (3 credits)

  • LS391: Leadership in Leisure Services (W) (3 credits)

  • LS300: Global tourism (3 credits)

  • LS191: Orientation to Leisure Studies (3 credits)

  • PE475: Organizations and Administration in Health and Physical Education (W) (3 credits)

  • HPE 505: Critical Reading & Writing in Content Field (3 credits)

  • IDE 510: Educational Research and Evaluation (online) (3 credits)

  • IDE 510: Educational Research and Evaluation (non-online) (3 credits)

  • PE370: Basic Motor Learning (3 credits)

  • PE 155: Taichi (1 credit)

  • EDF 615: International & Comparative Education Policy (3 credits) (Guest lecture)

  • HTM 215 Ecotourism: I developed this course for undergraduate program at department of Interdisciplinary studies

  • PE 155 Taichi: I developed this course for a student activity course.

 

State University of New York at Cortland, Cortland, NY (January 2006~May 2008)

  • REC 315/GRY315: Ecotourism (3 credits)

  • REC 407: Research and Evaluation (3 credits)

  • REC 425/EDU515: Leisure Education (3 credits)

  • REC 475: Internship in Recreation and Leisure

  • REC 549: Natural Resource Recreation Policy and Management (3 credits) (Guest lecture)

 

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA (January 2002~December 2005)

  • RPM 201: Introduction to Computer Applications for Recreation and Park Services (3 credits)

  • RPM 300W: Tourism and Leisure Behavior (3 credits)

  • RPM 433W: Research and Evaluation in Recreation & Parks (3 credits)

  • LEST 590: Colloquium (1 credit)

  • LEST 597B Leisure and Culture (3 credits) (guest lecture)

  • RPM 320 Recreation Resource Planning and Management (3 credits) (guest lecture)

 

Tokyo Gakugei University, Tokyo, Japan (April 1996~March 1999)

  • Advanced Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education

  • The Study of Cross-cultural Education

Research Experience

Center on Religion and Chinese Society at Purdue University

  • Managing a $ 3.5 million grant. Conducting research on religion and tourism. Editing case studies books on Chinese religions. Collaborating research projects with Purdue Tourism & Hospitality Research Center.

 

Associate professor and Chair of Recreation Management at United States Sports Academy

  • Conducting research on sports tourism and medical tourism.

 

Assistant Professor, Hospitality and Tourism Management program at Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Department of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies at University of South Alabama

  • Agritourism development in gulf coast region funded by Alabama Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils

  • A cross-cultural study on hospitality career choice among Chinese college students funded by Marriott Foundation

  • Leisure activities, leisure constraints and health among elderly Okinawans in Japan funded by University of South Alabama faculty development council competitive grant

  • International collaboration study on constraints in leisure time and health funded by University of the Ryukyus

  • Taxi tour guides and tourism: culture brokers on Jeju Island, Korea funded by Academy of Korean Studies

  • Leisure lifestyles and health in Japan funded by Heiwanakajima Foundation

  • Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health in Tokyo and Osaka funded by Matsushita Foundation

 

Lecturer, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies at State University of New York at Cortland. January 2006 to May 2008.

  • Leisure life style and constraints in Korea: a three-city comparative study funded by Korea Foundation

  • Leisure lifestyle and constraints in Taiwan: a rural and urban comparative study funded by National Science Council of Taiwan

  • Women and Leisure in Muslim Society funded by SUNY Cortland

  • Infusing diversity into the curriculum funded by SUNY Cortland

  • The Institute on teaching strategies (concentrated on technology) funded by SUNY Cortland.

 

Research Assistant, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University. January 2002 to May 2005.

  • World Leisure Expo Research Project: Global leisure lifestyles and constraints in urban Settings funded by World Leisure Organization

  • Understanding the cultural issues associated with the urban-wildland interface in the Pacific Northwest (Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest) in Seattle, Washington funded by USDA Forest Service

  • Potter County visitors survey projects funded by Potter County Visitors Association (Pennsylvania)

  • National visitor use monitoring program, Allegheny National Forest funded by USDA Forest Service

Other Work Experience

Minitab Inc., State College, Pennsylvania. May 2004

Statistics Software consultants for Japanese version of Minitab 14

Job description: Assist Program Development (PD), Quality Assurance (QA), Documentation (Doc) and Marketing Departments. (Although Minitab Inc. decided to hire me as a consultant for the first Japanese version of Minitab, the College of Human and Health Development at Pennsylvania State University is unwilling to permit the arrangement because the job description was inconsistent with the leisure studies curriculum).

 

Four Seasons Hotel at Chinzan-so, Tokyo, Japan. September 1999~October 2000

VIP membership manager (full-time)

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Tsunamachi Mitsui Club, Tokyo, Japan. November 1995~October 2000

Wedding banquet (French-cuisine) coordinator and planner (part-time)

 

Kunitachi Municipal Sports and Health Center, Tokyo, Japan. November 1995~October 2000

Customer officer

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Dalian Women Business Vocational High School. July 1993~November 1994

Physical Education teacher

 

Grantsmanship

External Grants Received

  • Zhang, Z. & Dong, E. (co-investigator) (2021). A comparative study on Hainan and Taiwan's sport tourism. National Social Science Foundation, China. by The National Social Science Fund of China.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2019). Evaluation of sports tourism cities in Guizhou, China. Guizhou Provincial Sport tourism Research Center.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2019). Evaluation of sports tourism cities in Wuhan, China. Hubei Provincial Sports and Leisure Research Center.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2019). Evaluation of sports and leisure development in Jiangle, China. Jiangle municipal government. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2018). Sport tourism development in Shanghai from international perspective. City of Shanghai. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2018). Sport town development. City of Shanghai. 

  • Arakawa, M. & Dong, E. (co-PI) (2017). Application of Deep Ocean Water in Leisure Industry. Okinawa Prefectural Government, Japan.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2014). A comparative study on sports, tourism and leisure in Wuhan (China), Seoul (Korea) and Tokyo (Japan). Center for Leisure Studies, Wuhan, Hubei, China.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2013). Agritourism development in gulf coast region. Alabama Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2013). A cross-cultural study on hospitality career choice among Chinese college students. Marriott Foundation.

  • Robbins, W., and Dong, E. (Co-PI) (2012). Getting Out the Info: Agritourism development in three counties of Alabama. National Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils. This project provides educational opportunities for farmers, landowners, community leaders, city and county officials, and the remaining general public regarding agritourism development in the region. The education process will be accomplished through a series of workshops, seminars, and tours.

  • Dong, E. (PI), and Arakawa, M. (2011). International collaboration study on constraints in leisure time and health. University of the Ryukyus.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2010). Taxi tour guides and tourism: culture brokers on Jeju Island, Korea. Academy of Korean Studies.

  • Dong, E. (PI), and Ariyoshi, M. (2010). Leisure lifestyles and health in Japan. Heiwanakajima Foundation.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009~2010). Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health in Tokyo and Osaka. Matsushita Foundation. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009). Korean Leisure: from tradition to modernity. The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies at Seoul National University.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009~2010). Korean Leisure: from tradition to modernity. Korea Foundation. 

  • Dong, E. (PI), Chick, G. (2008). Leisure life style and constraints in Korea: a three-city comparative study. Korea Foundation. 

  • Hsu, Y., Yeh, C., Chick, G. & Dong, E. (Co-PI). (2007~2010). Leisure lifestyle and constraints in Taiwan: a rural and urban comparative study. National Science Council of Taiwan. 

 

Internal Grants Received

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2011). Leisure activities, leisure constraints and health among elderly Okinawans in Japan. University of South Alabama faculty development council competitive grant. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2008). Women and Leisure in Muslim Society.  SUNY Cortland. (This award is an Affirmative Action Grant for Leisure Education course).

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2007~2008). Infusing diversity into the curriculum. SUNY Cortland.  (This award is for Research and Evaluation course’s class project titled as Turning Stone Casino and Resort’s impact on campus recreation).

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2007~2008). The Institute on teaching strategies (concentrated on technology). SUNY Cortland. (This award is for Research and Evaluation course).

 

External Grants Submitted

  • Dong, E. (2017). Taxi tour guides and international tourism: culture brokers on Jeju Island, Korea. Academy of Korean Studies. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) & Shaw, T. (2015). Parks and Trails Health Needs Assessment of the Mobile Coastal Trail: Langan Park, Three Mile Creek, and Crepe Myrtle Trail. Delta Bike Project. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2012). Agritourism development in gulf coast region. Alabama Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2012). Agritourism development in gulf coast region. Alabama Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2011). Influences of socio-economic disparities on older people leisure lifestyle in East Asian islands: a comparative study between Okinawa, Jeju and Taiwan. Toyota Foundation.

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2011). Ainu people’s leisure lifestyle and health. Foundation for Research and Promotion of Ainu Culture

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009~2011). Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health among Korean Immigrants in the U.S. National Science Foundation. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009). Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health. National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council. 

  • Dong, E., (PI) and Arakawa, M. (2010). International collaboration study on constraints in leisure time and health. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. 

  • Dong, E. (PI), Ellis, J., Delmas, P., Nowlin, B., and Burgamy, A. (2009). From Tradition to Modernity: A Half Century of Change and the Role of P-20 Education and Workforce Development in the Republic of Korea. Proposal for a Fulbright Group Program Abroad. Department of Education. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009~2010). Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health in Urban East Asians: comparative study between Japan, China and Korea. Sumitomo Foundation. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2009). Leisure Activities, Leisure Constraints and Health among Elderly Okinawans. Univers Foundation. 

  • Dong, E. (PI), & Chick, G. (2008). Leisure life style and constraints in Japan: a three-city comparative study Japan Foundation. 

  • Stodolska, M., Okazaki, S., & Dong, E. (Co-PI). (2008~2009). Adaptation processes, educational experience, and mental well-being of Japanese adolescents in the United States. Japan Foundation.

  • Hutchinson, S., & Dong, E. (Co-PI) (2003). Contribution of leisure to coping with breast cancer. Submitted to American Cancer Society. 

  • Dong, E. (PI), & Chick, G. (2002). A Study on the possibility of refining the hierarchical & model of leisure constraints by different population. Paolucci Research Grant Awards. 

 

Internal Grants Submitted

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2020). Cultural Consonance in Leisure during the Pandemics: Evidence from China, Brazil and the U.S., Funded by Institute for Social Science Research, Arizona State University. 

  • Dong, E. (PI) (2013). Socioeconomic status (SES), Leisure, and Health among Okinawans in Japan. University of South Alabama faculty development council competitive grant. 

  • Hutchinson, S., & Dong, E. (Co-PI) (2003). A Cross-cultural study of leisure in coping with breast cancer Submitted to Center for Human Development Family Research in Diverse Contexts, Pennsylvania State University.

 

Publications (*denotes correspondent author)

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (Leisure, Recreation, Tourism, Hospitality and Sports)

Paper in progress

  • Dong, E., Chick, G. & Hsu, Y. (2022). Culture constraints on leisure among urban Japanese and Chinese couples. (To be summited to Leisure Studies).
  • Dong, E. (2022). The socio-psychological qualities behind life cycle analysis: A study over the 45 years history of Honolulu marathon. To be summited to Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
  • Dong, E., Fu, B. & Zhao, X. (2022). Examination of the perceptions of students in career choices in hospitality industry in China. To be submitted to Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education.
  • Dong, E., Arakawa, M., & Takahashi, N. (2022). Health tourism in Japan. To be submitted to Annals of Tourism Research.

 

Paper submitted

  • Chick, G., Moreira, J., Burns, R., Sidik, K., *Dong, E., Yeh, C., Hsieh, C. (2021, in review). Cultural Competence, Cultural Consonance, and the Pillars of Leisure Research. Journal of Leisure Research.

 

Published papers

  • Dong, E., Chick, G., Xu, Q. & Fu, B., (2022, in press). Culture in Tourism and Tourism in Culture. Tourism and Hospitality Prospects.
  • Dong, E., Zhang, Z., Fu, B., & Xu, Q. (2022). Revisiting Sport Tourism Foundations and Pathways, Tourism Tribune, 37,5-8. https://doi.org/10.19765/j.cnki.1002-5006.2022.01.003
  • Chick, G., Hsu, Y., Yeh, C., Hsieh, C., Ramer, S., Bae, S., & Xue, L., *Dong, E. (2022). Cultural Consonance Mediates the Effects of Leisure Constraints on Leisure Satisfaction: A Reconceptualization and Replication, Leisure Science, 44, 201-220. https://doi.org/10.1080/01490400.2018.1506724
  • Zhou, B., Zhang, Y., *Dong, E., Ryan, C., & Li, P. (2021). Leisure Satisfaction and Quality of Life in Ningbo, China. Journal of Leisure Research. 52,469-486. https://doi.org/10.1080/00222216.2021.1931989
  • Stodolska, M., Dong, E. & Chick, G. (2021). Leisure and China in the global context: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Leisure Research. 52, 393-400. https://doi.org/10.1080/00222216.2021.1932363
  • Li, X., Chen, W., Xu, S., & *Dong, E. (2021). Regional Operation Mechanism of Sport Tourism in the United States: A Case Study of Sports Events and Tourism Association. Journal of Tourism Planning & Design.34,18-25.
  • Fu, B., & *Dong, E. (2021). Economic Impact of Sport Tourism on City of Shanghai. Journal of Tourism Planning & Design. 34, 46-53.
  • Zhou, C., Tian, J., Fu, B., Zheng, W., & *Dong, E. (2021). Effects of Sport Events on Tourism Industry to the Host Cities: A Case Study of the Second China National Youth Games. Journal of Tourism Planning & Design. 34, 64-71.
  • Xu, Q., Fu, B., & *Dong, E. (2021). Classification of Inappropriate Public Manners of Tourists in Natural Parks in China. Journal of Tourism Planning & Design. 34, 126-133.
  • Chick, G., *Dong, E., Yeh, C., & Hsieh, C. (2020). Cultural consonance predicts leisure satisfaction in Taiwan. Leisure Studies. 40, 183-198. https://doi.org/10.1080/02614367.2020.1808052

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