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Tourism, Performance and the Everyday: Consuming the Orient - Haldrup Michael Haldrup, Michael Larsen, Jonas
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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Traditionally social and cultural accounts of tourism have limited their analytical gaze to the spaces and places where tourism is performed. This book scrutinizes the multiple ways in which tourism emerges in people's everyday lives and the everyday appears in people's tourist' lives by tracing out the mobilities, networks and flows between 'home' and 'away' in tourist performances Back cover copy: Tourism has become increasingly 'exotic', a process made possible by low-cost charter tourism and cheaper air tickets. Faraway and evermore 'exotic' holidays are becoming widespread and within reach as destinations make their entry into the mass tourism market. Strolls through the bazaars of Istanbul and cruises on the Nile are packaged into the sea, sand and sun culture of traditional forms of organized mass tourism. At the same time new technologies weave the fabric of tourism and everyday life even closer, circulating images, information, and objects between them. Taking off from this observation, Tourism, Performance and the Everyday invites readers to follow the flow's of tourist desires, objects, meanings, photographs, fears, dreams and memories weaving together the spaces of and between Western Europe, Turkey and Egypt. Tourism, Performance and the Everyday carefully analyses the cultural and social impacts of mass-tourist experiences of 'exotic' places on the wider aspects of everyday life. It treats mass-tourism as a cultural phenomenon that feeds into the practices and networks of peoples' everyday lives rather than as an isolated, trivial or 'exotic' event. It traces how these impacts are mediated by various mobilities between home and away through innovate mobile and ethnographic research methods at tourist destinations and the home of tourists. The book contains analysis of diaries, photographs, blogs and photo web sharing sites, participant observation of performing tourists and 'home ethnographies' of the afterlife tourist photographs, souvenirs and memories. In doing this, the book traces out the multiple interconnections and mobilities between everyday spaces and leisure spaces as well as the multiple ways in which the Orient is consumed on holiday and at home. The book appeals to a wide audience among students, researchers and educators within the social and cultural sciences studying, researching and teaching theories and methods of tourism, Orientalism and cultural encounters as well as broader issues of leisure, consumption and everyday life. Table of contents: 1. Performing Tourism, Performing the Orient 2. De-exoticizing Tourist Travel 3. Following Flows 4. Material Cultures of Tourism 5. Mobilising the Orient 6. Doing Tourism 7. Performing Digital Photography 8. The Afterlife of Tourism 9. Tourism Mobilities and Cosmopolitanism Cultures 256 p., 42 b/w ill., 2 b/w drawings, 40 b/w photographs - 234 x 156 mm Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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ISBN: 9780415467131

[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Traditionally social and cultural accounts of tourism have limited their analytical gaze to the spaces and places where tourism is performed. This book scrutinizes the multiple ways in which tourism emerges in people's everyday lives and the everyday appears in people's tourist' lives by tracing out the mobilities, networks and flows between 'home' and 'away' in tourist performances Back cover copy: Tourism has become increasingly 'exotic', a process made possible by low-cost charter tourism and cheaper air tickets. Faraway and evermore 'exotic' holidays are becoming widespread and within reach as destinations make their entry into the mass tourism market. Strolls through the bazaars of Istanbul and cruises on the Nile are packaged into the sea, sand and sun culture of traditional forms of organized mass tourism. At the same time new technologies weave the fabric of tourism and everyday life even closer, circulating images, information, and objects between them. Taking off from this observation, Tourism, Performance and the Everyday invites readers to follow the flow's of tourist desires, objects, meanings, photographs, fears, dreams and memories weaving together the spaces of and between Western Europe, Turkey and Egypt. Tourism, Performance and the Everyday carefully analyses the cultural and social impacts of mass-tourist experiences of 'exotic' places on the wider aspects of everyday life. It treats mass-tourism as a cultural phenomenon that feeds into the practices and networks of peoples' everyday lives rather than as an isolated, trivial or 'exotic' event. It traces how these impacts are mediated by various mobilities between home and away through innovate mobile and ethnographic research methods at tourist destinations and the home of tourists. The book contains analysis of diaries, photographs, blogs and photo web sharing sites, participant observation of performing tourists and 'home ethnographies' of the afterlife tourist photographs, souvenirs and memories. In doing this, the book traces out the multiple interconnections and mobilities between everyday spaces and leisure spaces as well as the multiple ways in which the Orient is consumed on holiday and at home. The book appeals to a wide audience among students, researchers and educators within the social and cultural sciences studying, researching and teaching theories and methods of tourism, Orientalism and cultural encounters as well as broader issues of leisure, consumption and everyday life. Table of contents: 1. Performing Tourism, Performing the Orient 2. De-exoticizing Tourist Travel 3. Following Flows 4. Material Cultures of Tourism 5. Mobilising the Orient 6. Doing Tourism 7. Performing Digital Photography 8. The Afterlife of Tourism 9. Tourism Mobilities and Cosmopolitanism Cultures 256 p., 42 b/w ill., 2 b/w drawings, 40 b/w photographs - 234 x 156 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Tourism has become increasingly ''exotic'', a process made possible by low-cost charter tourism and cheaper air tickets. Faraway and evermore ''exotic'' holidays are becoming widespread and within reach as destinations make their entry into the mass tourism market. Strolls through the bazaars of Istanbul and cruises on the Nile are packaged into the sea, sand and sun culture of traditional forms of organized mass tourism. At the same time new technologies weave the fabric of tourism and everyday life even closer, circulating images, information, and objects between them. Taking off from this observation,Tourism, Performance and the Everydayinvites readers to follow the flow''s of tourist desires, objects, meanings, photographs, fears, dreams and memories weaving together the spaces of and between Western Europe, Turkey and Egypt.Tourism, Performance and the Everydaycarefully analyzes the cultural and social impacts of mass-tourist experiences of ''exotic'' places on the wider aspects of everyday life. It treats mass-tourism as a cultural phenomenon that feeds into the practices and networks of peoples'' everyday lives rather than as an isolated, trivial or ''exotic'' event. It traces how these impacts are mediated by various mobilities between home and away through innovate mobile and ethnographic research methods at tourist destinations and the home of tourists. The book contains analysis of diaries, photographs, blogs and photo web sharing sites, participant observation of performing tourists and ''home ethnographies'' of the afterlife tourist photographs, souvenirs and memories.In doing this, the book traces out the multiple interconnections and mobilities between everyday spaces and leisure spaces as well as the multiple ways in which the Orient is consumed on holiday and at home. The book appeals to a wide audience among students, researchers and educators within the social and cultural sciences studying, researching and teaching theories and methods of tourism, Orientalism and cultural encounters as well as broader issues of leisure, consumption and everyday life. Michael Haldrup, Jonas Larsen, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, Tourism, Performance and the Everyday: Consuming the Orient Books>Social and Cultural Studies, Routledge

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Tourism has become increasingly ¿exotic¿, a process made possible by low-cost charter tourism and cheaper air tickets. Faraway and evermore ¿exotic¿ holidays are becoming widespread and within reach as destinations make their entry into the mass tourism market. Strolls through the bazaars of Istanbul and cruises on the Nile are packaged into the sea, sand and sun culture of traditional forms of organized mass tourism. At the same time new technologies weave the fabric of tourism and everyday life even closer, circulating images, information, and objects between them. Taking off from this observation,Tourism, Performance and the Everydayinvites readers to follow the flow¿s of tourist desires, objects, meanings, photographs, fears, dreams and memories weaving together the spaces of and between Western Europe, Turkey and Egypt.Tourism, Performance and the Everydaycarefully analyzes the cultural and social impacts of mass-tourist experiences of ¿exotic¿ places on the wider aspects of everyday life. It treats mass-tourism as a cultural phenomenon that feeds into the practices and networks of peoples¿ everyday lives rather than as an isolated, trivial or ¿exotic¿ event. It traces how these impacts are mediated by various mobilities between home and away through innovate mobile and ethnographic research methods at tourist destinations and the home of tourists. The book contains analysis of diaries, photographs, blogs and photo web sharing sites, participant observation of performing tourists and ¿home ethnographies¿ of the afterlife tourist photographs, souvenirs and memories.In doing this, the book traces out the multiple interconnections and mobilities between everyday spaces and leisure spaces as well as the multiple ways in which the Orient is consumed on holiday and at home. The book appeals to a wide audience among students, researchers and educators within the social and cultural sciences studying, researching and teaching theories and methods of tourism, Orientalism and cultural encounters as well as broader issues of leisure, consumption and everyday life. Michael Haldrup, Jonas Larsen, Books, Science and Nature, Tourism, Performance and the Everyday: Consuming the Orient Books>Science and Nature, Taylor and Francis

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Tourism, Performance and the Everyday: Consuming the Orient
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Haldrup Michael; Haldrup, Michael; Larsen, Jonas

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Tourism, Performance and the Everyday: Consuming the Orient

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Tourism has become increasingly 'exotic', a process made possible by low-cost charter tourism and cheaper air tickets. This book invites readers to follow the flow's of tourist desires, objects, meanings, photographs, fears, dreams and memories weaving together the spaces of and between Western Europe, Turkey and Egypt.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415467131
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415467136
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2009
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
230 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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