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標題: 探討森林遊樂區遊客特性、遊憩行為及心理變項之跨區域差異
Exploring the Cross-regional Differences in Forest Recreation: The Perspective of Visitor Characteristics, Recreation Behaviors and Psychological Variables
作者: 劉耿佑
Liu, Keng-Yu
Li, Chieh-Lu
關鍵字: 跨區域差異;Cross-regional differences;遊客特性;心理變項;遊憩行為;森林遊樂;visitor characteristics;psychological variables;recreation behavior;forest recreation
出版社: 臺中市: 國立中興大學農學院實驗林管理處
Project: 林業研究季刊, Volume 34, Issue 2, Page(s) 109-119.

Literature reviews revealed that cross-regional differences in residential areas might result in different recreation patterns. Past studies provided limited information in this line of research. This study, exploring this aspect in the context of forest recreation. From late 2010 to early 2011, visitor surveys were conducted at Hui-Sun National Forest Recreation Area. Overall, 767 valid questionnaires were obtained. We divided the visitors based on their residential areas, i.e., northern, central and southern regions of Taiwan according to the division methods of Construction and Planning Agency Ministry of the Interior (CPAMI) and compared visitor characteristics, recreation behaviors and psychological variables.The results showed that visitors from different residential area had significant differences in recreation patterns. In particular, visitors from the northern area showed differences from those of southern and central regions. We also combined the central and southern regions, compared with the northern region, and the results showed the differences persisted, The finding revealed that visitors living in the northern area had higher family income and educational level than those of central and southern regions. In contrast, the northern visitors showed lower in their quality of life and life satisfaction. The management implications and future research in this line are also provided.
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