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Repertory Grid
Repertory grid

If you are looking for a way of working in your research project that captures personal accounts of tourism experiences, then exploring what the Repertory Grid has to offer should prove valuable. The gains that can be made by having a sophisticated means to capturing the meaning of experiences can also be combined with survey work to enable a larger sample of respondents.


The Repertory Grid was a popular technique in studies of the environment, for example in architecture and studies of environmental perception, in the 1970s. An early citation of the technique in the tourism literature was by Stringer (1984) in ...

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