Identified Tourist Attraction Management Based Environmental Education In A Provincial Community

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  • Sutida Thongphak
  • Wee Rawang
  • Nug-rob Rawangkarn
  • Seree Woraphong

Abstract

Place identity attracts tourists visiting and touching the authentic beauty of attractions. It is a powerful instrument for symbolic meanings of landscape to embed at-homeness. The purpose of this study was to innovate a process of identified tourist attraction management based environmental education in a provincial community by multi-method research design. The research results indicated that the innovation regarding the process of identified tourist attraction management based environmental education was mainly comprised of five factors including (1) Sustainable Tourism, (2) Identification of Tourist Attractions, (3) Occupational Promotion, (4) Environmental Actualization, and (5) Environmental Participatory Management. The output appeared highly environmental literacy and the outcome reached tourist impressions that impact to community income and sustainable environments.

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2024-03-14

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Thongphak, S. ., Rawang, W. ., Rawangkarn, N.- rob ., & Woraphong, S. . (2024). Identified Tourist Attraction Management Based Environmental Education In A Provincial Community. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 155–167. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9258

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