The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies

Innovative Research Methodologies (Advances in Tourism Research) (Advances in Tourism Research) (Advances in Tourism Research)

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ContributionsIrena Ateljevic (Editor), Annette Pritchard (Editor), Nigel Morgan (Editor)
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Number of Pages428
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ISBN 100080450989
ISBN 109780080450988

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The chapters in this volume reflect this emerging critical school of tourism studies and represent a coordinated effort of tourism scholars whose work engages innovative research methodologies.

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The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies Creating an Academy of Hope, 1st Edition. Edited by Irena Ateljevic, The book is organized around three key ways of producing social change in and through tourism: critical thinking, critical education and critical action.

Annette Pritchard is Professor of Critical Tourism Studies and Director of the. In today’s increasingly complex tourism environment, decision-making requires a rounded, well-informed view of the whole.

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The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Innovative Research Methodologies The book has been divided into two parts, with the essays in the first part establishing a context-specific framework. Introduction: creating an academy of hope: an enquiry-learning-action nexus / Annette Pritchards, Nigel Morgan and Irena Ateljevic --Critical tourism research / Annette Pritchard --Research reflexivity in tourism studies research: dynamical dances with emotions / Nazia Ali --The political ends of tourism: voices and narratives of Silwan/the.

Sep 23,  · “Critical tourism studies” is a term with no accepted definition. Broadly, it encompasses a range of perspectives and approaches committed to social, political, and cultural critique that regard tourism analysis as an ethical and political project dedicated to creating conditions of equality, sustainability, and human mcgivesback.comal tourism researchers strive for transformation of the.

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Jacobs as "one of the most influential trends in the humanities and. The turn toward cultural studies in tourism, with its concomitant interest in the application of postcolonial theory to the field, also brought much in the way of concern with the ethics of tourism development, although often with a focus on tourism representations and mcgivesback.com by: Some commentators, such as Aitchison, suggest the 'cultural turn' and, more broadly, the emergence of a sub-discipline of critical Tourism Studies, has shaken up the conceptual and theoretical foundations of tourism research tourism research Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: Sep 12,  · The book also provides a future insight into an understanding of a geopolitics of hope.

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In Irena Ateljevic, Nigel Morgan, and Annette Pritchard (eds.), The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Creating an Academy of Hope. 2nd Ed. Amsterdam: Elsevier Publications. Fulltext. In this volume tourism experts collectively discuss and debate some intriguing questions that the tourism industry poses, such as the relevance of mass tourism, the dilemma of authenticity, whether small tourism is beautiful, whether volunteer tourism is benign, whether tourism contributes to climate change, as well as many others.

The book brings together the expertise of 35 renowned. critical tourism studies: a nuanced, All that the tourist is required to do is to book the holiday and turn up at the airport on time. performance: popularly used to talk about the staging of a local performance of cultural traditions for tourists; the term performance can also be.

Undoubtedly, with Heritage: Critical Approaches, Rodney Harrison’s place in the discipline of Heritage Studies is secure; he has only to match his rich knowledge of the field’s background with a more careful organization and delineation of his theoretical ideas.

Works. Mar 15,  · Implementations of critical thinking in contemporary socio-cultural contexts of tourism (e.g. disaster zones, military tourism, dark and slum tourism or Brexit) Critical tourism studies and modes of host, guest or industrial agency; New critiques of traditional critical theory in the field (e.g.

problematic prioritizations of the economic or.Reviews "At last a book which not only deals with the competing theories of the critical turn in ICC in the same space, but also translates this into a praxis for the language and intercultural communication researcher and educator.Harris, C, Wilson, E & Ateljevic, Ain C Harris (ed.), 'The 'critical turn' in tourism studies: the strategy of audiencing', Embodying tourism research: Advancing critical approaches: Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Tourism Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 30 June - 3 July, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK, pp.