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      Offline aesthetic design of restaurants and consumers' online intention to post photographs: A moderated mediation model

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      Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal
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          Consumers' motivation for photograph posting as a taste expression practice on social media platforms from an offline aesthetic perspective has been neglected in the literature. We explored the influential mechanisms in this relationship using positive emotional arousal and self-expression as mediators and centrality of visual servicescape aesthetics as a moderator. Data were collected from 273 consumers who had recently dined in well-designed restaurants in China and used social media. The results support the direct and indirect role of offline aesthetic design in consumers' formation of the intention to post photographs of their dining ambience on social media, and the partially moderating role of their aesthetic trait. Theoretical and practical implications for hospitality management and social media research are discussed.

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                Journal
                Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal
                soc behav pers
                Scientific Journal Publishers Ltd
                0301-2212
                March 02 2022
                March 02 2022
                : 50
                : 3
                : 65-81
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Business School, Sichuan University, People's Republic of China
                Article
                10.2224/sbp.11288
                52de35be-8134-4158-9c24-63cee51cd030
                © 2022
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