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Stage 1 Research Ethics ApplicationFormSection 1: Details of the Researcher and theirResearchN.B. If you are conducting research that involves‘animalsandsignificanthabitats’,pleaseuse the Stage1ResearchEthicsApplicationForm involvingAnimalsandHabitats (www.anglia.ac.uk/researchethics).Applicants carrying out research with children or vulnerable adults may alsoneed to carry out an online Safeguarding course and submit the pass certificate with their ethics application. Please refer to the Question Specific Advice for the Stage 1 Research Ethics Application Form at the above weblink.ResearcherdetailsFirstnameFamilynameDepartment/FacultyEmailaddressNameofInstitutionwhereyoustudy or work (if not Anglia Ruskin)Areyou:PleasetickUndergraduate(UG)StudentPostgraduateTaught(PGT)StudentPostgraduate Research (PGR) StudentMemberofARUStaffMemberofARUstaffcarryingoutMasters/DoctorateresearchStudents (including staff proposing researchon a course/programme)Your SIDYour course/programme titleNameofyourFirstSupervisor(for PGR)orSupervisor(forUGandPGT)Research detailsTitleofyourresearchprojectN.B.For UG/PGT students,thisisnotthetitleof your researchmodule1
Name and institutional affiliation of any research collaboratorsDate ofapplicationBrief Project Summary (upto700words) Please summarise your research in non-specialist language. OverviewIn the increasing competitive era each firm tries to offer satisfactory products and services to consumers so that they can be satisfied. The same competition has been arisen in tourism destinations as well. Each location always tries to meet with expectation of travellers so that they come to this place again and give positive reviews to others as well. In order to accomplish the goal companies or destination management organisations, these firms are concentrating on offering services to consumers as per their expectations.Consumer experience can be described as feeling of individual by coming to particular location. Destination loyalty can be described as perception of tourist about the place and how they feel when they come to any destination. If people are getting satisfactory services then it makes them feel good and they give positivereviews to othersaswell. But if they find any issues or negativeexperience then they become negative and never suggest others to go to that place.Each person has different needs, for instance some travel for educational purpose or other may travel for research objective.There are many people those who come to different locations to enjoy the destination and spend quality time with family. They expect to get correct transportation facilities, food, hotel etc. If people get all these facilities to particular tourist site then they feel so good and enjoy their vacation. People like to go to locations where security is high and visa policies are flexible. Thereare many destinations where terrorist attacks and unstable political condition increase risk for the population. In such condition visitors find themselves unsecure thus, they do not go tosuch place. If people get all services and facilities as per their needs then this may give them positive experience which would be better for tourist sites in order to raise its revenues and contributing well in economy or GDP.MethodologyIn order to conduct this study researcher will useinterpretivisim philosophy. Individual will involvetheories and models in order find out real detailsabout effectiveness of consumer experiences anddestination loyalty in tourist sites.Individual will apply secondary data collectionmethod for gathering in-depth information aboutsubject matter.Inductive research approach will be applied inthis dissertation.Theoretical approaches Theories and models will be used for answering research questions. Descriptive research design will be applied in this research.Research questionsIs there any relationship between tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty.Why consumer experience is important for raising profit of the tourist site.Why destination loyalty is important for raising revenues of the tourist site.What are the factors that influence destination loyalty and consumer experience? Details of participant population (recruitment, inclusion andexclusion criteria)All data will be taken from previous studies such as books, journals, internet articles etc. Previous studies after 2014 will be included in this research and before 2014 literatures will be excluded. 2
Please explain the potential value of your research to society and/or the economy and its potential to improve knowledge and understanding.The study will be beneficial for other researcher as they will get brief idea about impact on consumer experience and destination loyalty in tourist sites. Furthermore, it will be valuable for society in knowing more about latest places and expectations of consumers. This will help tourist organization in designing tour packages as per the needs of travelers so that they spend more on travelling. This will help in improving economic position of the nation as well.Section 2: Research EthicsChecklist (Refer to Section 3 foran explanation of the colour coding.)N.B. If you are conducting research thatinvolves‘animalsandsignificanthabitats’,pleaseuse theStage1ResearchEthicsApplicationForm involvingAnimalsandHabitats(www.anglia.ac.uk/researchethics).You must provide a response to ALL questions. Please refer to the Question SpecificAdvice for completing the Stage 1 Research Ethics Application Form for guidance.Will your research:1Involve human participants?YESNOCreate a risk that individuals and/or organisations could be identified in the outputs?YESNOInvolve participants whose responsescould be influenced by your relationship with themor by any perceived, or real, conflicts of interest?YESNO4Involve the co-operation of a ‘gatekeeper’ to gain access to participants?YESNO5Offer financial or other forms of incentives to participants?YESNO6 Involve the possibility that any incidental health issues relating to participants beidentified?YESNO3
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