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by Michel Picard,Robert E. Wood


Michel Picard and Robert E. Wood. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1997. This chapter addresses a number of issues arising from the contemporary condition of global mobility and ethnicity in relation to tourism.

Michel Picard and Robert E. 260 pp. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. Beginning with a brief overview of the mobilities paradigm, this chapter will examine some of the claims of that paradigm in relation to the development of the tourism imaginary. This is defined as knowledge that, directly and indirectly, contributes towards the creation and maintenance of people and places.

Michel Picard Robert Everett Wood1 stycznia 1997. University of Hawaii Press. This pioneering volume investigates how international tourism development, state policies of ethnic management, and the active responses of local ethnic groups intersect to reshape ethnic identities and ethnic relations in Asian and Pacific societies. It analyzes the ways in which the very meaning of ethnicity and culture are being contested and reworked in the wake of tourism’s impact.

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The expansion of international tourism is changing the relationship between ethnic groups and states around the globe

The expansion of international tourism is changing the relationship between ethnic groups and states around the globe. Yet tourism importance for the understanding of ethnicity in the modern world has been generally neglected within the field of ethnic studies. Tourism and the state : ethnic options and constructions of otherness, Robert E. Wood - Ethnic tourism in rural Guizhou : sense of place and the commerce of authenticity, Timothy S. Oakes - Commodifying ethnicity : state and ethnic tourism in Singapore, Laurence Wai-teng Leong - Culturalizing Malaysia : globalism, tourism, heritage, and the city in Georgetown, Joel S. Kahn - A.

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Tourism, Ethnicity, and the State in Asia and Pacific Societies.

Redfield, Robert, Linton, Ralph, and Herskovits, Melville (1936).

Picard, Michel and Wood, Robert (Ed. (1997). Tourism, Ethnicity, and the State in Asian and Pacific Societies. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Poulot, Dominique (1994). Identity as Self- Discovery. In Daniel Sherman and Irit Rogoff (Ed., Museum Culture (pp. 66–84). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Redfield, Robert, Linton, Ralph, and Herskovits, Melville (1936). Memorandum for the Study Jamal Chap-03. indd 62 Jamal Chap-03.

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Yet tourism s importance for the understanding of ethnicity in the modern world has been . Michel Picard, Robert Everett Wood.

Yet tourism s importance for the understanding of ethnicity in the modern world has been generally neglected within the field of ethnic studies. It analyzes the ways in which the very meaning of ethnicity and culture are being contested and reworked in the wake of tourism s impact. University of Hawaii Press, 1997 - Social Science - 259 pages.

Wood's introduction is followed by seven well-written, informative chapters, each written by different authors. There are a number of maps, charts, and even black and white photographs, all of which enhance the text. The areas covered by the book include Guizhou in southwestern China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Bali and Sulawesi Selatan in Indonesia, and Hawai'i /Western Samoa.

1 Tourism and the State: Ethnic Options and Constructions of Otherness.

Published by: University of Hawai'i Press. Yet tourism’s importance for the understanding of ethnicity in the modern world has been generally neglected within the field of ethnic studies. 1 Tourism and the State: Ethnic Options and Constructions of Otherness.

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