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  • Author:
    Alison Phipps,Gavin Jack
  • ISBN:
    1845410173
  • ISBN13:
    978-1845410179
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    Channel View Publications (May 17, 2005)
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    196 pages
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This book asks the question; why is it that tourism matters? It looks at how it is we do tourism and learn to be tourists when we are . Her books include Acting Identities (2000), and Contemporary German Cultural Studies (2002).

This book asks the question; why is it that tourism matters? It looks at how it is we do tourism and learn to be tourists when we are on holiday. Tourism is a dynamic way of being that may facilitate or hinder intercultural exchange. The ways in which we do tourism and the places in which we are tourists raise practical. Series: Tourism and Cultural Change (Book 4).

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This book asks the question; why is it that tourism matters? . Tourism and Intercultural Exchange - Dr. Gavin Jack. Tourism is much more important than this. Tourism matters because it provides both a lens onto and an energy for relationships with everyday life. It invites us to engage in exchanges of life with others, and to remind us thereby of its most precious and vulnerable aspect: the intricate relativities of defining people who are not us.

Tourism, according to Gavin Jack and Alison Phipps, is a dynamic way of being that may facilitate or hinder intercultural exchange. The ways in which we do tourism and the places in which we are tourists raise practical, material and emotional questions about tourist life. These questions are at the heart of this book. To address these issues the authors examine the ways in which intercultural exchange is fostered.

Tourism is a dynamic way of being that may facilitate or hinder intercultural exchange. This book asks the question; why is it that tourism matters? It looks at how it is we do tourism and learn to be tourists when we are on holiday.

Gavin Jack, Alison Phipps. This book draws on both empirical work and a range of theoretical frameworks, arguing that tourism matters precisely because of the lessons it can teach us about living everyday life with others. Therefore, an essential aspect of international tourism lies in experiencing intercultural interactions (Jack and Phipps 2005; Crotts 2010). Gomez-Jacinto, MartinGarcia, and Bertiche-Haud'Huyze (1999) found that cultural backgrounds (value, behavioral characteristics) have an impact not only on the sociocultural interactions but also ultimately on posttrip satisfaction. Impact of Tourists' Intercultural Interactions.

Greg Richards and Julie Wilson (eds) Tourism and Intercultural Exchange: Why Tourism Matters. Gavin Jack and Alison Phipps Discourse, Communication and Tourism. Adam Jaworski and Annette Pritchard (eds) Histories of Tourism: Representation, Identity and Conflict. John K. Walton (ed) Other Books of Interest Managing Educational Tourism. It draws on empirical work and a range of theoretical frameworks, arguing that tourism matters precisely because of the lessons it can teach us about everyday life. Tourism and Cultural Change. Channel View Publications.

This book asks the question; why is it that tourism matters? It looks at how it is we do tourism and learn to be tourists when we are on holiday. Tourism is a dynamic way of being that may facilitate or hinder intercultural exchange. The ways in which we do tourism and the places in which we are tourists raise practical, material and emotional questions about tourist life. This book draws on both empirical work and a range of theoretical frameworks, arguing that tourism matters precisely because of the lessons it can teach us about living everyday life with others.