Gender and locality-related differences in circulation behavior in a museum setting
Yilmazsoy, A. C.
Museum Management and Curatorship
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The authors present the results of a case study conducted at the Sadberk Hanim Museum in Istanbul, which explored the relationship between gender and locality (being a native resident or foreign tourist) of visitors and their circulation behavior. Results indicated that visitor characteristics, particularly locality, had a significant impact on range and duration of circulation, but not on general patterns of route selection, such as the right-turn bias. Results are discussed with respect to the related literature.
Visitor circulation patterns