A study to determine whether the needs of the physically handicapped are being met by the hotels in the city of Miami Beach, Florida
Master of Science (MS)
First Advisor's Name
William J. Morgan
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Date of Defense
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the needs of the physically handicapped traveler are being met by the hotels in the City of Miami Beach, Florida. A sample was drawn from the hotel population. Mail questionnaires and personal interviews were used as the methods for collecting the data from the sample. The data was compiled and a hotel mean was computed. A mean was also calculated from the standards recommended by the American National Standards Institute to the American Hotel and Motel Association. The statistical test, The Significance of Difference Between Two Means, was used to test the hypothesis. A significance of difference was found and the hypothesis: The hotels in the City of Miami Beach, Florida, are not meeting the needs of the physically handicapped traveler, was accepted.
Casey, Judith A., "A study to determine whether the needs of the physically handicapped are being met by the hotels in the city of Miami Beach, Florida" (1980). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2025.
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