Residents’ impact perceptions of and attitudes towards tourism development: a meta-analysis

  title={Residents’ impact perceptions of and attitudes towards tourism development: a meta-analysis},
  author={Dogan Gursoy and Zhe Ouyang and Robin Nunkoo and Wei Wei},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality Marketing \& Management},
  pages={306 - 333}
  • D. Gursoy, Z. Ouyang, Wei Wei
  • Published 17 September 2018
  • Business, Psychology
  • Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management
ABSTRACT Applying a meta-analysis approach, this study examines the applicability of SET on explaining residents’ impact perceptions of and attitudes toward tourism development. Findings confirm the applicability of SET in tourism impact studies when assessing the impacts of perceived benefits (positive impacts) on support. Findings reveal that perceived benefits produce substantial effects on support while perceived costs (negative impacts) have trivial effects, which suggest that measures and… 

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