Tourism, migration and emigration: travel patterns of Korean-New Zealanders in the 1990s
This article examines the patterns and travel habits of recent South Korean immigrants to New Zealand and the growing significance of what has been called 'ethnic tourism' with a focus on the impact of family ties and kinship in motivating travel for ethnic reunion. This paper is exploratory in nature and develops a number of themes which require further research and development to establish the extent to which such patterns are indicative of global processes shaping the travel habits of immigrant groups. A survey of Korean-New Zealanders conducted in 1998 and the results are evaluated to establish the implications for ethnic outbound travel and the New Zealand travel industry.
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