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Cross Border Tourism in Nigeria Border State and its Socio-Economic Impact on Development

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Tourism is very vibrant sector in the world economy apart from contributing significantly to the Gross domestic product (GDP) of many countries, it provides employment for a huge percentage of the world populate. Cross boarder tourism can be defined as the activities of persons traveling across the broader to stay in places outside their usual environment for a reasonable period of time. The objective of this paper is to examine impact of socio-economic of tourism in Lagos Simple random sampling technique will be use in the selection of respondents qualitative interview method will be adopted. Data will be analyzed using percentile and chi-square. The study revealed among other things that tourism had been found to a great player in the economy an endowed nation. Essentially, the study discovered that the nation stand to gain economically from this sector if it is properly developed. In the conclusion, I will present research approach employed for validating conceptual research framework.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 39)
Pages:
1-14
Citation:
O. O. Tobora "Cross Border Tourism in Nigeria Border State and its Socio-Economic Impact on Development", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 39, pp. 1-14, 2014
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September 2014
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