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Previous studies have assumed tourist perceived value to be a multi-dimensional construct (Bajs, 2015; Lee, Yoon, & Lee, 2007; Moliner et al., 2007; Oh, 1999; Petrick, 2004; Petrick & Backman, 2001; Ryu et al., 2012).
When attempting to assess the effects of multi-dimensional perceived value on post-purchase, satisfaction or behavioral intention, previous studies have tended to examine the direct effect of various dimensions, such as the price of a product or service and psychological factors, on these dependent factors (Bajs, 2015; Lee et al., 2007; Ryu et al., 2012; Williams & Soutar, 2009).
A number of studies have examined the effects of perceived value on different aspects of tourist behaviors; such as satisfaction (Bajs, 2015; Iglesias & Guillen, 2004; Lee et al., 2007; Petrick & Backman, 2001; Ryu, Han, & Kim, 2008), post-purchase behavior (Moliner et al., 2007; Petrick, 2004), behavioral intention (Bajs, 2015; Chen & Chen, 2010; Ryu et al., 2012; Williams & Soutar, 2009), and loyalty (Gallarza & Saura, 2006).
Drawing on previous studies having examined the effects of tourists' perceived value (Bajs, 2015; Gallarza & Saura, 2006; Lee et al., 2007; Oh, 1999; Petrick & Backman, 2001), the following hypothesis has been developed for this study:
The items used to measure satisfaction were adapted from Bajs (2015), Gallarza and Saura (2006) and Lee et al.
While previous studies have also used multi-dimensional scales to assess perceived value (Bajs, 2015; Gallarza & Saura, 2006; Jamal et al., 2011; Sanchez et al., 2006; Williams & Soutar, 2009), few studies have developed perceived value as a single integrated construct (Sanchez et al., 2006).
Miner also substantiates that the Purab (eastern style, i.e., the region around Lucknow and Banaras, as opposed to the western style from Delhi) and Razakhani baj (playing style of Ghulam Khan) arose as independent styles, and that it is historically inaccurate to conflate the terms, as is often done in present oral tradition.