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Perceptions and Attitudes of Decisionmaking Groups in Tourism Centers

Perceptions and Attitudes of Decisionmaking Groups in Tourism Centers A study of three decisionmaking groups in various tourist centers was conducted using discriminant analysis. The results show that significant differences in the attitudes and perceptions of local tourism development exist for the business sector, administration, and residents. Examination of the respondents' distribution around the two functions, however, shows that the groups are not too far apart and possess sufficient overlap to suggest the possibility of trade-offs and compromise in future tourism development planning. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Travel Research SAGE

Perceptions and Attitudes of Decisionmaking Groups in Tourism Centers

Journal of Travel Research , Volume 21 (3): 5 – Jan 1, 1983

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SAGE
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ISSN
0047-2875
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1552-6763
DOI
10.1177/004728758302100302
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Abstract

A study of three decisionmaking groups in various tourist centers was conducted using discriminant analysis. The results show that significant differences in the attitudes and perceptions of local tourism development exist for the business sector, administration, and residents. Examination of the respondents' distribution around the two functions, however, shows that the groups are not too far apart and possess sufficient overlap to suggest the possibility of trade-offs and compromise in future tourism development planning.

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Journal of Travel ResearchSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 1983

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