This study examines motivations, factors and influences for individuals either traveling alone, with others they know, or with a group travel company. The method used was a self-administered survey that had a total of 17 questions. There were 141 individuals who completed the survey. Once the data was gathered a chi-squared test was used to understand if there is a difference in factors to be included in a tour, in motivations desired for individuals traveling and in influences that affected individual’s decisions in traveling. Once the test statistic was performed and analyzed, the study was able to conclude if there was a difference in factors, motivations, and influences and their ranking.
Lorenson, Kacie R.
"Traveling Abroad: Motivations and Factors,"
Concordia Journal of Communication Research: Vol. 6, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.csp.edu/comjournal/vol6/iss1/2
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