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Dilemas contemporáneos: educación, política y valores

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VEGA FALCON, Vladimir; CASTRO SANCHEZ, Fernando  and  SANCHEZ MARTINEZ, Belkis. Differences in the global COVID-19 Tourism index among the five continents. Dilemas contemp. educ. política valores [online]. 2021, vol.8, n.3, 00048.  Epub June 11, 2021. ISSN 2007-7890.

The objective of the study was to demonstrate the differences in the Global COVID-19 Tourism Index between the five continents. It was an observational, retrospective, cross-sectional and analytical study, corresponding to the relational level. The one-way ANOVA was used in the analysis of 100 countries, as well as the Tukey and Scheffé post hoc tests, with the support of the SPSS Statistics software. As a result, it was evidenced that the one who really has statistically significant differences with other continents is specifically Europe. It is concluded that the researcher's hypothesis that there are statistically significant differences between the means of the five continents in the Global COVID19 Tourism Index is fulfilled.

Keywords : One-factor ANOVA; COVID-19; Global COVID-19 Tourism Index; Tourism; variance.

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