The White Lion Volunteer Program in South Africa: A Study of Volunteer Needs

@inproceedings{Boretti2014TheWL,
  title={The White Lion Volunteer Program in South Africa: A Study of Volunteer Needs},
  author={Tanya Boretti and Felicite Ann Fairer-Wessels},
  year={2014}
}
Volunteer tourists are motivated to participate in volunteer programs due to their need to ‘do something different’, ‘see another culture’ and ‘to escape’, amongst others. The research aims to determine the internal and external factors that motivate individuals to participate in the Tsau! Global White Lion Protection Trust’s (GWLPT) volunteer program. Maslow’s theory of human motivation and Frankl’s study of human behaviour are used to explore intrinsic factors whereas extrinsic or macro… CONTINUE READING

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