Abstract—This study offers an attempt to understand green
event tourist motivation. The study suggests that the
conceptual framework of push, pull, and constraint factors in
the literature was generally supported. The study reconfirms
that green event tourists’ behavior is driven by internal and
external factors. In other words, they decide to go on a green
event because they want to fulfill their intrinsic desire, and at
the same time, their decisions on where to go are based on
destination attributes and constraints.
Index Terms—Green event tourism, tourist motivation push and pull motive.
Yu-Fen Chen is with the Chihlee Institute of Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C) (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Yu-Fen Chen and Huai-En Mo, "A Survey of Push and Pull Motivations of Green Event Tourists," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 260-263, 2014.