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標題: A Study on Establishing the Framework of the Assessment Model of Selecting Forest-Based Sites for Ecotourism
作者: 趙芝良
Chin-Liang Chao
Sheng-Jung Ou
關鍵字: 生態旅遊;Ecotourism;森林遊樂區;階層分析程序法;Forest Recreation;Analytic Hierarchy Process(AHP)
Project: 興大園藝, Volume 22, Issue 1, Page(s) 137-152.
Horticulture NCHU, Volume 22, Issue 1, Page(s) 137-152.
In consideration of rising development of ecotourism in Taiwan and enhancing the inherence of natural resource system in forest-based sites of Taiwan, the purpose of this study attempted to establish an assessing model of “Selecting Forest-Based Sites for Ecotourism”. It was expected that the model would be applied to develop ecotourism in various natural recreation sites in the future, especially forest-based sites.
Analytic Hierachy Process (AHP) was adopted as the major method in establishing the evaluation factors and evaluation indictors of the two-hierarchy assessment model in this syudy. The study first reviewed research papers to choose the suitable evaluation factors. By analyzing, organizing and considering frequency distribution, 31 evaluation factors about selecting a site for ecotourism were obtained. Then a questionnaire survey was conducted. After using factor analysis, six evaluation factors were extracted and they were the components of the first hierarchy in the assessment model. Such as management mechanism, physical environment mechanism, natural resource potential, cultural resource potential, fundamental facility and tourism benefit. Depending on the relationship between hierarchies and AHP's requirement, 20 evaluation indictors were chosen as the secondary hierarchy.

ISSN: 0255-5921
Appears in Collections:第22卷 第01期

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