Percepção da Comunidade Anfitriã em Relação aos Impactos Socioculturais do Turismo: um estudo antropológico dos destinos anfitriões da Caxemira

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  • mirmudasir Mudasir Central University of Kashmir

Resumo

O estudo procura conhecer a percepção das comunidades anfitriãs a respeito dos impactos socioculturais do turismo no destino turístico de Gulmarg. O presente estudo adotou uma abordagem quantitativa e distribuiu o questionário entre os respondentes do estudo. A investigação se baseia nos resultados de uma pesquisa com 147 residentes do destino turístico. Para estatística descritiva e técnica de análise fatorial foi utilizado o software SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences). A unidimensionalidade (Confirmatory Factor Analysis CFA) dos fatores identificados foi testada através do AMOS. Os resultados do estudo revelaram que a comunidade anfitriã percebe impactos socioculturais positivos do turismo, ou seja, os residentes anfitriões percebem que o desenvolvimento do turismo está criando oportunidades de emprego, melhorando a renda das pessoas locais e estimulando a economia local. Os residentes no destino turístico também concordaram que o turismo melhorou a segurança em suas comunidades locais e preservou e conservou a cultura e tradições locais da área. Além disso, os resultados da pesquisa revelaram que as comunidades anfitriãs não percebem nenhum impacto sócio-cultural negativo do desenvolvimento do turismo na área. Portanto, a investigação ajudará os planejadores de turismo e o governo local no planejamento e implementação de estratégias de desenvolvimento turístico para a área, visando consolidar o apoio dos residentes locais ao turismo.

Palavras-chave: Impactos socioculturais; Comunidade anfitriã; Turismo.

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Biografia do Autor

mirmudasir Mudasir, Central University of Kashmir

Ph.D. Pursuing in Tourism Management /Central University of Kashmir (2021). Masters in Anthropology/ Indira Gandhi National Open University (2020). Master in Tourism Management/ Central University of Kashmir (2014). Bachelor in Business Administration/ University of Kashmir (2012). SRF Doctoral fellow at Central University of Kashmir. CV:  https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3647-7551  [ mirmudasir357@gmail.com ]

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2021-03-16

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Mudasir, mirmudasir. (2021). Percepção da Comunidade Anfitriã em Relação aos Impactos Socioculturais do Turismo: um estudo antropológico dos destinos anfitriões da Caxemira. Revista Latino-Americana De Turismologia, 7(Single). Recuperado de https://periodicos.ufjf.br/index.php/rlaturismologia/article/view/32875