To assess stability of visitor-level attendance in specific period of time among participants in a daily program and determine social factors affecting people who attend the museum. Participants of the Altona History Museum were interviewed using a personal-interviewing instrument. In each wave of data collection, a cross section of the convenient sample was screened. The central factor was the adaptive social perception of the average visitor of the event with the theoretical propositions. The symbols have limited prevalence in the pursuit of museum, which likewise meant for a quarter of higher educated patrons a style of entertainment. Record numbers of the adults’ interest accompanied by their early years attendances are likely to have the potential to generate a substantial population of regular visitors. Lastly, the subjective issue of good feeling accounts for a significant influence in making them content.
Citation: Mahmood Niroobakhsh (2022) History Museum’s Social Experiences Case Study, International Journal of History and Philosophical Research, Vol.10, No.2, pp.1-17
Keywords: Qualitative research, social view of museum, symbolic interaction