The Tourist Gaze
SAGE Publications, 2002 M03 29 - 184 páginas
This Second Edition deepens our understanding of how the tourist gaze orders and regulates the relationship with the tourist environment, demarcating the "other" and identifying the "out-of-the-ordinary." It elucidates the relationship between tourism and embodiment and elaborates on the connections between mobility as a mark of modern and postmodern experience and the attraction of tourism as a lifestyle choice.
The result is a book that builds on the proven strengths of the First Edition and revitalizes the argument to address the needs of researchers and students in the new century.
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... least two of them . People in managerial or administrative positions had the most diversity in their work , followed by people in kitchen jobs . People working in reception or the front office had the least . Over one third of crafts ...
... least functionally flexible . Most part - time employees ( mostly women ) do not have the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills and experience to become functionally flexible as full - time employees , who are more likely to be ...
... least outside the metropolitan centres . There is the apparent desire of people living in particular places to conserve or to develop buildings , at least in their public spaces , which express the particular locality in which they live ...
Mass Tourism and the Rise and Fall of the Seaside Resort
The Changing Economics of the Tourist Industry
Working Under the Tourist Gaze
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