ZK_HMOI_C256_2000 - 41 QUANTITATIVE By Name 1002HSL Institution Location Date of Submission 42 Contents 1.0 Introduction.3 2.0Literature Review.4

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41QUANTITATIVEBy Name1002HSLInstitutionLocationDate of Submission
42Contents1.0 Introduction................................................................................................................................32.0Literature Review.......................................................................................................................43.0Research Questions.....................................................................................................................54.0Research Methods.......................................................................................................................64.1.Demographic Table................................................................................................................64.2 Mean.......................................................................................................................................64.3Standard Deviation..................................................................................................................74.4Correlation..............................................................................................................................74.5 T- Test.....................................................................................................................................75.0 Results........................................................................................................................................85.1 Demographic profile table of UK/US and CH/ JP...............................................................85.2 Table showing sample means, standard deviation and the p-value of satisfaction, loyalty, and intention.................................................................................................................................85.2 T-Test......................................................................................................................................95.3 Correlation.............................................................................................................................96.0Conclusion................................................................................................................................10
431.0 IntroductionThe quantitative and questionnaire approach to the examination of the cruise industry in the United Kingdom Versus United States and China Versus Japan has been regarded as the most instrumental methodology as compared to the qualitative approach. In this study, the quantitativeapproach has encompassed the sample means, standard deviation, t – tests and the correlation tests of the four states. The linkage between the demographic data and the performance of the cruise industry is beneficial in this research. The cruise industry prosperity in the future is inclined to the decisions that are made now, therefore the major participants of the cruise industry are compelled to investigate and interpret the forthcomings of this research. This is crucial to the sailing of tourists amongst the four countries as detrimental tragedies can be harnessed early. This report with the aid of quantitative tools aims at showing the motives for tourists to cruise from one destination to another. In addition, this report underscores the ways of fostering the cruise industry.
442.0 Literature ReviewThe force behind people cruising from one point to another is looked upon in this section. According to Ross, (2006), the cruise industry today has changed from just enjoying a sea tour by a ship to a floating resort. This is a core reason as to why many tourists nowadays prefer having their leisure spent in the cruise ships. They can access everything they need including playing games in some of the world `s large vessels. The cost of sailing is also perceived to be less costly as likened to having fun on the land says Ross, (2006) .He further notes that decision-making pertaining to which vessel to use is faster unlike when tourists compare and contrast the resorts on land. The promotional efforts by world `s major cruise companies such as Carnival Cruise Line Associates, Queen Elizabeth and the Disney Cruise which is highly preferred by children have made tremendous yields, since most tourists have came to realize the benefits associated with cruising. The cruise industry is blossoming at a faster rate because of the high returns that investors reap each year. Many of the cruise companies are doubling the sizes of their vessels to increase the capacity of tourists; this has made the earnings and employment to increase [ CITATION Ral08 \l 1033 ]. The stimulus avoidance factor surfaced by the research carried out in order to determine the motives for cruising. This was linked to the influence of the

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