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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... result that Southport became a resort of large hotels , residential villas , large gardens , and retirement homes for cotton magnates and the like ( see Walton , 1981 : 251 ) . Blackpool , by contrast , began as a community of small ...
... results from a number of external conditions : tech- nological changes such as cheap air travel and computerised ... result from tourism ( airports , golf courses , luxury hotels and so on ) will be of little benefit to the mass of ...
... resulting tourist patterns cannot be analysed separately from relations of gender and racial subordination ( see Hall ... result of high levels of female employment in the cotton textile industry , especially in weaving . This meant that ...
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Working Under the Tourist Gaze
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