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Crime, Tourism and Trust in a Developing Country

  title={Crime, Tourism and Trust in a Developing Country},
  author={Paul Andrew Bourne},
This study seeks to (1) model self-protection in Jamaica, (2) determine the explanatory power of the model, (3) evaluate the role of trust in self protection, and (4) show how interpersonal distrust will affect tourism. This is an explanatory cross-sectional study which is accommodated by the data collected by the Centre of Leadership and Governance, Department of Government, the University of the West Indies at Mona. The data were collected on April 2007. It was a nationally representative… 

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