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Title:
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TOURISTS' MOTIVATIONS IN LONGSHAN TEMPLE

Authors:
Shun-Che Chiang , Ta-Ming Wang , Min-Hua,Wu


Volume - 2 Issue - 11, Pages - 5259-5274

Abstract:
Religious motivations of domestic and foreign tourists in Longshan Temple are factor analyzed. Three identified constructs are: "religious novelty enjoyment", "religious help seeking", and "inner spiritual comfort". In general, foreign tourists have more degrees of religious novelty enjoyment than domestic visitors. Females, married visitors, poorly educated individuals, and people of Buddhism belief have higher degrees of religious motivation across all three constructs. Only in the construct of religious novelty enjoyment that males, unmarried people, and people of no Buddhism belief exhibited similar degrees of religious novelty enjoyment with their counterparts of females, married people, and people with Buddhism belief

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[Chiang, Shun-Che, et al. "DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TOURISTS' MOTIVATIONS IN LONGSHAN TEMPLE." International Journal of Social Science and Economic Research, vol. 2, no. 11, 2017, pp. 5259-5274. November.]

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