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標題: 社區參與森林生態旅遊操作模式之研究
作者: Huang, Chao-Tung
Lo, Shaw-Lin
關鍵字: Ecotourism;生態旅遊;Community participation ecotourism (CPE);社區參與生態旅遊
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 35, Issue 1, Page(s) 59-70.
The purpose of this study is to construct the operation model of the community participation in forest ecotourism, Ecotourism as a key concept to discuss the related issues of community participation in forest ecotourism, including the comprehension of basic ecotourism concept of the resource manager and peripheral community of forest recreation area; the promotion and situation of ecotourism currently; the influence of community cognition about the development of ecotourism; the internal and external clog factors of community participating ecotourism (CPE).This research adopts the qualitative and quantitative approach. In qualitative approach, the resource administrator was invited for in-depth interview to explor the government developing the ecotourism and conclude the latent and limit factors of CPE, and then to design the questionnaire of the residents. In quantitative approach, the Da Xue Shan community near the Da Xue Shan forest recreation area and Qin Ai community near Aowanda forest recreation area were choosed for study area. Through the residents' questionnaire, the community residents' basic concept and developing cognition of ecotourism will be understand. The 425 effective questionnaires were obtained. To synthesize the qualitative research results, there are 18 items of internal barrier factors and 15 items of external barrier factors, while on quantitative research, through one-way analysis of variance and regression analysis, the Da Xue Shan community is more mature on developing ecotourism than Qin Ai community.

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