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La recherche vise à établir des connaissances objectives des différents environnements où se meut l’entreprise ; elle sert donc à réduire les incertitudes dans la prise de décision et l’ensemble des risques inhérents à la vie économique. L’objectif de la recherche sera donc, pour l’industrie touristique, d’accroître les connaissances et de réduire, le plus possible, les effets des phénomènes aléatoires sur les actions projetées. L’acquisition de ces connaissances suppose l’établissement d’un système d’information construit en fonction des objectifs de la firme ; on doit aussi imaginer une façon concrète d’utiliser ces informations dans les décisions courantes.

2. 23. K. Popper (1991), La connaissance objective, Paris, Aubier, p. 427-428. © 1998 – Presses de l’Université du Québec Édifice Le Delta I, 2875, boul. Laurier, bureau 450, Québec, Québec G1V 2M2 • Tél. ca Tiré de : La recherche touristique, Jean Stafford, ISBN 2-7605-0909-5 • DA909N Tous droits de reproduction, de traduction et d’adaptation réservés La recherche quantitative en tourisme 15 Donc, il n’y a pas de vérité en science mais des conjectures qui succèdent à d’autres conjectures : c’est un processus sans fin.

Le contenu symbolique se rattache aux objectifs déterminés dans la première étape, tandis que le contenu métrique fait appel à la capacité de mesure de la notion. La définition d’un voyage, donnée en exemple à la page 22, illustre bien cette approche. Dans le troisième niveau s’effectue la recherche empirique. À l’aide des notions opérationnelles définies dans la deuxième étape, il s’agit d’effectuer des mesures empiriques. On doit donc, sur le terrain, aller chercher des informations à partir des concepts et des notions de base.

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