Got a few minutes? A graduate student from Royal Roads University is exploring the possibilities of developing sustainable and successful tourism in Sooke. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. A more detailed description of the survey is below.
Identification of Investigators & Purpose of Study
This study is conducting by Mohamed Hiblo Ali from the Master of Tourism Management program at Royal Roads University. The purpose of this study is to explore the preconditions for endeavoring and developing sustainable and successful tourism in Sooke to achieve its ambition as a domestic competitive tourism destination.
This study consists of a survey with local people of Sooke. Participants in the survey will be kept anonymous. Participants who volunteer will complete a short questionnaire that should not take longer than 15 minutes.
The benefits include an academic assistance to develop destinations such as Sooke which may help to improve the residents’ quality of life and attract more visitors. The benefits of this study also include attaining a master’s degree of Tourism Management for the student named above.
The results of this research will be developed into an academic graduation paper. All information and data will be stored in a secure location accessible only to the researcher. At the end of the study, all data will be destroyed. Also, the investigator does not perceive more than minimal risks from your involvement in this study (that is, no risks beyond the risks associated with everyday life).
Your participation is entirely voluntary. However, once your responses have been included in the final paper you will not be able to withdraw from the study. All participants fully completing the questionnaire portion of this research will be entered a random draw for one participant to receive a $ 100.00 gift certificate for a retailer of their choice.
If you have questions or concerns about your participation in this study, or after its completion or you would like to receive aggregate results of this study, please contact: Mohamed.3Ali@royalroads.ca cell 6047227648 or my supervisor at Brian.email@example.com 250-391-2600 ext. 4769