The Whale Watch Experience: Does an Interpretive Experience Lead to Behavior Change?


Interpretation, as a primary communication methodology, allows for visitors to natural and cultural resource-based areas to connect with the resource through providing information, conveying the significance of the resource... [ view full abstract ]


  1. KC Bloom (Salem State University)
  2. Cynde Mcinnis (Salem State University/The Whalemobile)

Topic Areas

Topics: Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Tourism , Topics: Coastal Tourism , Topics: Interpretation and Education


OS-F1 » Tourism, Animals and the Natural World: Part II (11:30 - Tuesday, 4th October, Tavolara Room, Santa Chiara Complex)

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