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ERIC Number: ED191714
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Pages: 180
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Assessing Visitor Participation/Nonparticipation in Interpretive Activities Through Unobtrusive Measures.
Nelson, Tamara Lynn
This study assessed visitor participation in six interpretive activities provided by the National Park Service on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The study concluded that: (1) differing social characteristic variables tend to be associated with participants and nonparticipants; (2) differing social characteristics tend to be associated with participants in different activities; (3) weather conditions affect the characteristics of participants at given interpretive functions; (4) characteristics of participant groups vary according to place variables; and (5) participants and nonparticipants can be explained by 12 specific activity variables. (Author/RE)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses - Masters Theses
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Language: English
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Note: M.S. Dissertation, The Ohio State University.