100. You will need to write a survey assignment with one page introduction and 25 questions.

100. You will need to write a survey assignment with one page introduction and 25 questions.

For this assignment, you are tasked with creating a survey instrument (also known as a questionnaire). The survey (both on paper and online) is one of the most commonly used tools in assessment and evaluation. You may design a survey around a topic that is interesting to you, and you may design your survey as a continuation of your research proposal assignment (but you don’t have to!). Your paper should have three sections:

1. Start with a 1 page (double spaced, 12pt times new roman font, 1″margins) description of the concepts that you are trying to measure and why you are trying to measure them.

2. Your questions should come directly after that page, and may be multiple choice, likert-scale, open ended, etc.Please create a survey with 20-25 questions. You are free to look up tourism surveys online as a reference, but must create your own questions.

3. Finally, your survey should end with a 1 page (double spaced, 12pt times new roman font, 1″margins) description of the type of analysis your survey will allow you to do (exploratory analysis, descriptive analysis, or explanatory analysis), and how your data might help solve problems for the tourism industry and/or tourism destinations/communities.

To earn an A, your survey should be well written (free of spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors), well-structured (follow the directions I just gave you), and be technically sound in terms of actually measuring the concepts you purport to be measuring.

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