The Influence of Tourism Dependency on Tourism Impact and Development Support Attitude
Keywords:Tourism impact, tribe, tourism dependency, support attitude, indigenous
The purpose of this study is to analyze the residents' dependence on the tourism industry, their perceptions of tourism impact, and the influence of tourism development supports attitude. This study takes Taiwan Alishan eight tribes aged over 18 indigenous people as the research object, carries on the investigation to the tribes of the proportion of households, a total of 776 valid questionnaires were collected. The effective questionnaires were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t test and one-way ANOVA, the results as follow as: 1. The tourism impacts on the tribe, with a negative impact on the environment is the highest, but also brought a positive social and culture impact. 2.The family members of the respondents did not work in the tourism industry, they are higher in the perception of tourism impact and development support attitude. Based on the above findings, this study not only provides some suggestions for the development of indigenous tribes, but also proposes the direction for the development of tourism planning.
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