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Record number 409730
Title Real Tourism; Practice, Care, and Politics in Contemporary Travel Culture
Author(s) Minca, C.; Oakes, T.
Source Oxford, UK : Routledge (Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility 26) - ISBN 9780415582247 - 280
Department(s) Cultural Geography
WASS
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) toerisme - reizen - theorie - toekomst - vrije tijd - sociologie - tourism - travel - theory - future - leisure - sociology
Categories Tourism
Abstract Over the past decade, tourism studies has broken out of its traditional institutional affiliation with business and management programs to take its legitimate place as an interdisciplinary social science field of cutting edge scholarship. The field has emerged as central to ongoing debates in social theory concerning such diverse topics as postcolonialism, mobility, and postmodernism, to name just a few. While there has been a diverse body of empirical research on this transformation the theoretical discussions in tourism studies remain largely attached to theories of modernity and Anglo-centric assumptions about tourism. There is a need for the field to come to terms theoretically with the contemporary and future realities of tourism as a truly global phenomenon. This book puts forward new postmodernist ideas and arguments about tourism today and in the future.
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