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The effects of visitor's service quality affecting visitor's satisfaction in national parks



The effects of visitor's service quality affecting visitor's satisfaction in national parks



Journal of Korean Forestry Society 95(1): 113-123



The purpose of this paper was to identify the effects of visitor's service quality affecting visitor's satisfaction in national parks(NPs). After reviewing the literature, this research selected and developed the indicators of visitor's service (VS) and have formulated the hypothesis of this research. This research had obtained data through a questionnaire, which surveyed 4,423 visitors at 8 NPs in 2005.

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