Vol. 10 No. 2 (2020): Vol 10, Iss 2, Year 2020
Articles

The tourism development in Uzbekistan: an assessment

Adham Israilov
First Author. Instructor. Yeoju Institute in Tashkent, Tashkent City Uzbekistan
Juneth Lourdes F. Miranda,CPA, D.M
Corresponding Author, Associate Professor. Keimyung Adams College (KAC) , Keimyung University, Daegu City, Republic of Korea.
Asterio T. Miranda, J
Co- Author. Associate Professor. Department of Taxation, College of Business Administration, Keimyung University. Daegu City, Republic of Korea
Published June 30, 2020
Keywords
  • Tourism, Tourism Development, Assessment, Demographic profile, Level of perception
How to Cite
Israilov, A., F. Miranda,CPA, D.M, J. L., & Miranda, J, A. T. (2020). The tourism development in Uzbekistan: an assessment. Journal of Management and Science, 10(2), 49-64. Retrieved from http://jms.eleyon.org/index.php/jms/article/view/400

Abstract

This study endeavored to assess the quality of tourism development in Uzbekistan, particularly in the 3 cities of Samarkand, Khiva and Bukhara. Specifically, this investigation determined the demographic profile of the respondents; determined the level of perceptions among respondents on their assessment regarding the quality of tourism development in Uzbekistan; and determined whether a relationship existed between the demographic profile of the respondents and their level of perception on the quality of tourism development in Uzbekistan.This study is descriptive and correlational, which utilized survey questionnaire to derive data from the actual respondents. The researcher used convenience sampling in view of the very huge population. The respondents were drawn through quota sampling, which targeted a total of 100 respondents: 34 from Samarkand City; 33 from Bukhara City; and 33 from Khiva City. For the actual respondents, only 97 however participated in this study. The researcher had been constrained by the lack of time to look for other 2 respondents from Samarkand City, and another 1 from Khiva City, but Bukhara City had 100 percent retrieval rate, which means, the number of 33 cooperated in the survey. The data gathered with respect to the demographic profile of the respondents have been treated through the use of simple frequency counts and percentages. While the assessment on the level of perception on the quality of tourism development in Uzbekistan, weighted mean had been used. In terms of finding out the relation amidst the demographic profile of the respondents and the level of perception on the quality of tourism development in Uzbekistan, SPSS software had been used.

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