Theses and Dissertations - UTB/UTPA
An analysis of equity preferences and the relationship between belief and behavioral intent to support funding as a basis for regional park allocation decisions in Brazoria County, Texas
Date of Award
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Dr. Jose R. Hinojosa
Dr. Robert Wrinkle
Dr. Gary Tschoepe
The purpose of this study is to assist the Brazoria County Regional Park Planning Team determine what patterns of equity preferences for allocating park and recreation resources are important among residents of Brazoria County. Random samples of equity opinions were taken. Factor analysis was used to discover three important dimensions or areas of consideration within residents belief system for allocation of regional parks. Multiple regression was used to investigate relationships between belief in equity choices and behavioral intent to support funding for equity choices. Belief and behavioral intent to support funding were found to be significantly related for allocation of regional parks.
University of Texas-Pan American
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