Tourism and Social IdentitiesEdited by
- Peter M. Burns, University of Brighton, UK
- Marina Novelli, University of Brighton, UK
Academic Researchers, Practitioners and Students.
Published: July 2006
- Tourism and social identities: Introduction; Social identities and the cultural politics of tourism. Section 1 â Global Frameworks: theoretical and comparative perspectivesThe Politics of Negotiating Culture in Tourism Development; Sizing up the World: Scale and Belonging in Narratives of Round-the-World Travel; Close Encounters: The Role of Culinary Tourism and Festivals in Positioning a Region; The Ghost Host Community in the Evolution of Travel Law in World Trade Contexts: A Pragmatic Cosmopolitan Perspective; Cultural identities in a globalizing world: conditions for sustainability of intercultural tourism; Tourist Constructions and Consumptions of Space: Place, Modernity and Meaning.Section 2 â Local Realities: post-industrial world and transitional economiesPower, resources and identity: The influence of tourism on indigenous communities; The Development of Cultural Iconography in Festival Tourism; Reconciliation Tourism: On Crossing Bridges and Funding Ferries; Sustainable Tourism and National Park Development in St. Lucia; Identity and Interaction: gazes and reflections of Tourism; Television Travels: Screening the Tourist Settler.