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This article argues that tourism performances, sights and sites communicate more than ‘truth’ about a ‘real’ culture. An examination and comparison of several touristic displays in the French and Spanish Basque areas suggest that the identity of European Basques is regularly transformed,...
The article examines the production of tourist space in relation to Brambuk, an Aboriginal cultural centre in Victoria, Australia. In doing so, it draws on Tim Edensor’s discussion of heterogeneous and enclavic spaces, and the narratives of staff and visitors at the cultural centre. The article...
Tourism studies has extensively analysed how the ‘tourist gaze’ constructs the experiences and social relationships within tourism. This article seeks to engage entire bodies in the analysis of tourism and shifts away from a focus on vision. Ethnographic details from the psychedelic rave tourism...
‘Localization’, defined as capitalizing on the cultural, economic, social, and physical resources of particular places, coupled with local organization and networking, is receiving considerable attention as a method of enabling rural economies to survive the various challenges posed by the...
Tourism scholars in recent years have posited a global paradigmatic shift from Fordist to more post-Fordist and neo-Fordist modes of tourism production and consumption. This article provides a brief literature review of transformations in global tourism production and consumption from a Fordist...
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