The impact of weather on tourists’ satisfaction
Tsoneva, E Y
University of Wales
MetadataShow full item record
The aim of this paper is to study the influence of the different weather conditions over the tourists’ satisfaction. The literature available is not particularly connected to the one of this research. Researches about the relation between mood and weather and weather and destination choice have been reviewed. Other topics have also been observed in order to help the present study. Data were gathered from a sample of 100 tourists during 10 days period. The participants were questioned at the end of the day so that they are able to experience the weather during the day. Every day 10 tourists filled 1 questionnaire, which were separated into three sections in order a different type of information to be gathered. They were analyzed by SPSS program by using the appropriate methods. A secondary data was gathered from the questionnaires of the hotel. They have been grouped according to particular criterions. The secondary data has been analyzed by the computer program of the hotel that has been created according to their needs. The results that have been received during this study contribute to part of the theories created in other researches and does not to others but it still has its over contribution to the science and to field of industry it has been working on.
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Allen Collinson, J.; Jennings, George; Vaittinen, A.; Owton, H. (SAGE, 2018-03-15)Weather experiences are currently surprisingly under-explored and under-theorised in sociology and sport sociology, despite the importance of weather in both routine, everyday life and in recreational sporting and ...
Use of NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) and Precision Agriculture methodologies to evaluate field variability in important soil properties Kilatzidis, Savvas (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2013)Corn (Zea mays L.) is one of the most important feed food and fuel crops today, worldwide. They have been extensive work on variety improvement through conventional plant breeding as well as using genetic engineering ...
Micro-climate modification and potential for reduction in summertime over-heating in social housing, South Wales (UK) Holmes, David Alan (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2015)Environmental design issues in newly built housing, provide the context for this research. It is concerned with microclimatic conditions and their possible influence on internal comfort conditions. Summertime overheating ...