Correlates of tourist vacation behavior: a combination of CHAID and loglinear logit analysis

B. Bargeman, C.H. Joh, H. Timmermans, P. van der Waerden

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Abstract

The aim of study is to examine the relationships between vacation choice behavior and socioeconomic variables. A sequence alignment method is used to classify respondents into homogeneous clusters, based on temporal and spatial aspects of their vacation histories. The relationship between this clustering and a set of socioeconomic variables is then examined using a combination of CHAID and loglinear analysis. The results suggest some interpretable, consistent patterns.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)83-93
JournalTourism Analysis
Volume4
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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    Bargeman, B., Joh, C. H., Timmermans, H., & van der Waerden, P. (1999). Correlates of tourist vacation behavior: a combination of CHAID and loglinear logit analysis. Tourism Analysis, 4(2), 83-93.