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Indigenous Tourism. The Commodification and Management of Culture

ISBN/ASIN: 9780080446202,0080446205 | 2005 | English | pdf | 310/310 pages | 33.9 Mb
Publisher: Elsevier | Author: Chris Ryan and Michelle Aicken (Eds.) | Edition: 1st ed

"This book is divided into four themes: (1) The visitor experiences of indigenous peoples, (2) Who Manages Indigenous Cultural Tourism Product, (3) Events and Artifacts and lastly (4) Conceptualisation and Aspiration. Within these themes researchers concerned with holidaymakers and the nature and use of tourism product based on the culture of indigenous peoples draw upon direct research findings to explore problems of how indigenous groups seek to exploit and control tourism on their lands. Additionally the themes of obtaining recognition and legitimisation within majority populations are examined. Examples are derived from the USA, Canada, China, Indonesia, Africa, Scandinavia, Australia and New Zealand, and from within rural and urban settings. The book offers not simply description but also analytical observations derived from the social and management sciences."–Jacket. Read more…

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