Abram, S., Waldren, J.D. and MacLeod, D.V., (Eds.) (1997) Tourists and Tourism: Identifying with People and Places. Series: Berg ethnic identities series. Berg: Oxford, England. ISBN 9781859739051
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This book significantly furthers current debates on tourism by asking important and vexing questions about the nature of the tourist experience: 'folk museums' that forget many of the 'folk' who live in the areas represented; the environments and events that are shaped to meet the 'imagined dreams' of tourist spectators; the categorization of visitors and returnees who take up residence and participate in the construction of 'local' identities; the evolving meanings associated with indigenous culture, tradition, heritage, representation, reality and authenticity.
|Item Type:||Edited Books|
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||MacLeod, Dr Donald|
|College/School:||College of Social Sciences > School of Interdisciplinary Studies|
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