尾瀬ケ原の利用状況の写真を現場と非現場で提示した時の混雑感評価の差異 A Comparison of Crowding Evaluation by Showing Photographs of Use Condition of Ozegahara On-site and Off-site
This study aims to clarify the differences in crowding evaluation between people on-site and off-site. To achieve this purpose we showed the above people seven different photographs with the number of visitors ranging from 3 to 165 people. The photographs were taken at Ozegahara in Oze National Park. Ozegahara was chosen as the place for on-site locations, and a university campus and two regional parks in Tokyo were chosen for off-site locations.We had people select one appropriate photograph in the above seven photographs to address the following: (1) what was considered to be the most suitable conditions for use; (2) considered crowded if the number of visitors increased; (3) not to go to the park if there were more visitors; (4) suitable visitor numbers; and (5) less visitors would be desirable. As a result, there was a clear difference between on-site and off-site about all items. In the case of the point (3) photographs which had 20 % fewer visitors were selected off-site compared to on-site. This result was the most different.
ランドスケープ研究 73(5), 523-526, 2010