Korean Society of Leisure, Recreation & Park
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Korean Journal of Leisure, Recreation & Park - Vol. 47, No. 2, pp.1-15
ISSN: 1598-0413 (Print)
Print publication date 30 Jun 2023
Received 18 Apr 2023 Revised 02 Jun 2023 Accepted 21 Jun 2023
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26446/kjlrp.2023.

야외 여가활동 참여자의 장소애착심과 환경책무의 관계: 제주곶자왈도립공원 인근 거주민과 관광객 비교연구

윤지인1 ; 전진희2
1경희대학교 교수
2한림대학교 교수
The relationship between place attachment and environmental stewardship for outdoor recreationists visiting Jeju Gotjawal Provincial Park – the comparison of residents and tourists
Yoon, Jee In1 ; Jun, Jinhee2
1Kyung Hee University
2Hallym University

Correspondence to: Jun, Jinhee (Hallym University, Tourism & Leisure Research Center) E-mail: jjun@hallym.ac.kr


The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between place attachment and environmental stewardship for outdoor recreation participants at Jeju Gotjawal Provincial Park. We additionally tested whether the place-of-residence(Jeju residents vs. tourists) had a moderating effect on the place attachment–stewardship relationship. We collected a total of 457 surveys using the purposive sampling method and performed the correlation, reliability, CFA, and path analysis using SPSS 26.0/Lisrel 8.70. The results partially supported our hypothesized model. First, outdoor recreationists’ place attachment to the park did not influence personal environmental stewardship. Second, their place attachment had a positive influence on both public and social environmental stewardship. Last, we found the moderating effect of place-of-residence on the hypothesized relationship. The effects of place attachment on both public and social environmental stewardship were stronger for Jeju tourists than residents. However, for tourists, place attachment did not contribute to the development of personal environmental stewardship. More investigation is required to understand how to encourage outdoor recreationists’ personal engagement in stewardship behavior. This study showed that the place attachment-stewardship relationship could vary depending on the place of residence. Educational programs for tourists should be conducted so that they can recognize place identity to increase their environmental responsibility.


place attachment, environmental stewardship, Jeju, outdoor recreation


장소애착심, 환경책무, 제주, 아웃도어 레크리에이션


이 논문은 2021년 대한민국 교육부와 한국연구재단의 인문사회분야 중견연구자지원사업의 지원을 받아 수행된 연구임(NRF-2021S1A5A2A01065477)


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