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At its broadest level, this article is concerned with identifying, reviewing and developing synergies between three subject fields that have experienced rapid growth over the last two decades: tourism studies, gender studies and wider cultural theory. At a more specific level, the article seeks...
Tourism studies have long been interested in the relationship between the tourism experience and tourists’ perceptions of the destinations they visit. More recent studies have explored tourists’ reflexive engagement with the tourism experience. This article argues that tourists’ reflexivity is...
In the essay ‘Tawantinsuyu’, Alphonso Lingis poses some important questions about the highly mediated nature of our contemporary experience of the world, by juxtaposing them with a post-phenomenological account of his journey through the ruins of Machu Picchu. Not content with knowledge produced...
Cornwall is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the UK. Since the 1950s Cornwall has marketed itself primarily on its natural attractions, coastline and beaches. However, changing tourism markets have prompted development of a range of heritage tourism initiatives. Because Cornwall’s...
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