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Danger Perception Study in Tourism: Are we Really Measuring Risk?

Journal of Tourism Research & Hospitality .ISSN: 2324-8807

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Danger Perception Study in Tourism: Are we Really Measuring Risk?

Since the assault of 9/11 out of 2001, alongside the expanding number of reports on exogenous dangers like illegal intimidation and cataclysmic event, there is an outstanding augmentation on the quantity of danger research in the travel industry (McCartney, 2008). So, it by one way or another doesn't imply that danger was not learned at all before the misfortune in 2001. There is various investigations, particularly in the 1990's, which have examined danger in the travel industry .The pattern isn't past assumption as Beck battles that our general public is moving from a general public of classes to a general public of dangers, which is a consequence of modernization and secularization that lead to the declination of trust and social attachment .

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