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The scale of tourism's economic, socio-cultural and environmental effects on local people: Developing scale, reliability and validity study

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3 Author(s)
Yildiz, S. ; Social Sci. Vocational Sch., Akdeniz Univ., Antalya, Turkey ; Alan, P.G. ; Ozcan, I.

Tourism is an economic, social and environmental phenomenon concerning of all the countries in the world. Tourism has been begun to be researched comprehensively regarding the revenue it provided and the cost it created. Tourism also affects the economic, social, cultural and environmental structure of the region in which tourism mobility takes place. A questionnaire developed through the evaluation of articles and thesis was used to collect the data. The questionnaire consists of four parts. The first part has 34 questions which are about the socio-cultural effects of tourism, second part has 9 questions which are about the environmental effects of tourism, the third part has 9 questions which are about the economic effects of tourism. The fourth part has questions about the demographic features of the participants. Researchers have reached 422 people who are living in Antalya with the polls he applied in November-December 2010.

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Quality and Reliability (ICQR), 2011 IEEE International Conference on

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14-17 Sept. 2011