The Relationship Between Social Bearing Capacities with Conflict as a Result, in the Perception of the Visiting Historical Sites
Journal of Investment and Management
Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2015, Pages: 403-408
Received: Oct. 18, 2015; Accepted: Oct. 27, 2015; Published: Nov. 24, 2015
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Fatemeh Mirzaie, Tourism Management, Non-profit Institution of Higher Education, ABA, Abyek, Qazvin, Iran
Ali Akbar Nazari, Administrator of Non-profit Institution of Higher Education, ABA, Abyek, Qazvin, Iran
Hamid Zargham Boroujeni, Department of Tourism Management, Allameh Tabatabaie University, Tehran, Iran
Mohammad Taghipour, Research Assistant of Non-profit Institution of Higher Education, ABA, Abyek, Qazvin, Iran
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Abstract
Sustainable tourism needs to prevent the destruction and degradation of social, cultural and ecological systems in the host society. It is obvious that tourism development and social characteristics is changing. But this (whether positive or negative), and severity of these changes depend on the size and number of tourism activities. Any destinations accept specific level of tourism development that further development leads of the socio-cultural decline or reduce the quality of experience for tourists. On the other hand, tourists are faced with a conflict that already is not expect it And. This time the satisfaction of tourists decreased. The host society has a certain capacity for growth and development of tourism particularly hosting is in the monument with a rich history and ancient values. This requires attention to its own dimensions. In Iran, there are a few studies that examine factors affecting the perceived congestion are by foreign visitors. The aim of this study is to identify the concept of conflict and reaction to foreign visitors comes to this conflict. For this research data in holiday 1394 through questionnaires and interviews were collected by field. The populations of the investigation are foreign tourists visiting the palace complex. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics inferential. The results of the analysis of 100 questionnaires showed that 5's variable were effective on the perception of foreign tourists: history of visiting, Expected crowding, Tensions and physical contact, behavior of other visitors, the number of other visitor.
Keywords
Conflict, Social Carrying Capacity, Congestion Perceived Quality Views, Niyavaran Palace
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Fatemeh Mirzaie, Ali Akbar Nazari, Hamid Zargham Boroujeni, Mohammad Taghipour, The Relationship Between Social Bearing Capacities with Conflict as a Result, in the Perception of the Visiting Historical Sites, Journal of Investment and Management. Vol. 4, No. 6, 2015, pp. 403-408. doi: 10.11648/j.jim.20150406.24
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