Resumen

Este estudio basado en datos para Haway y el conjunto de la nacion, revela que los turistas y los inmigrantes tienen características similares con respecto a Estado de origen, Estado de destino, y tiempo de su viaje, pero en cambio presentan diferencias marcadas en edad, sexo, y ocupación. Esas relaciones sugieren que Turismo y Migración pueden ser reepuestas a similares estímulos condicionadas por edad e ingreso. Turismo y migraciones pueden ser vistos como expreeiones contrastantes de la movilidad geográfica.

Summary

This study, based on data for Hawaii and the nation as a whole, reveals that vacationers and migrants closely resemble one another in state of origin, state of destination, and timing of their travel; but are quite dissimilar in age, sex, and occupation. These relationships suggest that tourism and migration may be age- and income-conditioned responses to similar stimuli. Tourism and migration may be viewed as contrasting expressions of geographic mobility.

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United States Bureau of the Census,Passenger Transportation Survey: National Travel—1963 Summary, as cited in theStatistical Abstract of the United States: 1965, p. 210.
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United States Bureau of the Census, U.S.Census of Population: 1960, Final Report PC (1)-1C, table 112.
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For hotel receipts, see data from the 1958 Census of Business in theStatistical Abstract of the United States: 1963, pp. 842–43. This includes hotels, motels, tourist courts, and camps.
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“Travel's Greatest Years Are Just Ahead.” A Report on the Scope and Nature of the United States Vacation Market—for Travel at Home and Abroad (New York: Redbook Magazine, no date).
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Visitor statistics were reported in the Bureau's1964 Annual Program and Research Report (Honolulu: 1965), pp. 24–25.
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Quarterly totals were taken from the annual and monthly research reports of the Hawaii Visitors Bureau and from records of the Hawaii Department of Planning and Economic Development.