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Effect of Travelling on Travelers' Impression and Openness Toward the Local Culture
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Citation Ruier Ma. Effect of Travelling on Travelers' Impression and Openness Toward the Local Culture. CHR (2021) Vol. 1: 63-68. DOI: 10.54254/2753-7064/1/ICEIPI_217.
This study focuses on researching the relationship between travelling and travelers’ openness and impression toward the local culture afterwards. The relationship was measured through a survey evaluating participants' background and travelling experiences. A conclusion was drawn from the survey that travelers’ travelling at a younger age, longer duration, and had more interactions with locals have a higher openness and a more positive impression of the travelled country.
multicultural experiences, impression, travel, openness
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