After September 11th: Determining its Impacts on Rural Canadians’ Travel to the U.S.
by Michael Yuan (Lakehead University )
This study examined the degree that rural Canadians were immediately affected by the September 11th events and how the events subsequently impacted their satisfaction of traveling to the U.S. The results suggested: 1) the 9/11events did not have much effect on rural Canadians personally; and, 2) the events had little affect on rural Canadians’ satisfaction of traveling to the U.S. Even though the media portrayed that the impacts of the events were widespread, this did not translate into rural Canadians feeling personally affected or being dissatisfied with travel to the U.S. shortly after the events occurred.
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