Deconstructing Travel: Cultural Perspectives on Tourism
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BeschreibungArthur Asa Berger's Deconstructing Travel is an engaging look into why people travel, examining travel and tourism as a cultural phenomenon through social, cultural, psychological, and economic forces. Starting off with classical expeditions in mythology, history, and literatures, Berger explores the role of travel in contemporary lives, from university travel-abroad programs to package tours and family vacations.
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1 Preface and Acknowledgments Chapter 2 Chapter One: Travelers and Tourists Chapter 3 Chapter Two: Aspects of Travel and Tourism Chapter 4 Chapter Three: The Uses of Travel and Tourism Chapter 5 Chapter Four: The Tourism Industry Chapter 6 Chapter Five: Travel Advertising: Images and Language Chapter 7 Chapter Six: Travel Writing as an Art Form Chapter 8 Chapter Seven: The Impact of Tourism Chapter 9 Chapter Eight: Disneyland and Walt Disney World Chapter 10 Chapter Nine: The End of the Road Chapter 11 Bibliography Chapter 12 Index Chapter 13 About the Author
PortraitArthur Asa Berger, retired professor from San Francisco State University, is the author of over 40 books, including the mystery novel/textbook Postmortem for a Postmodernist and The Kabblah Killings and editor of The Postmodern Presence: Readings on Postmodernism in American Culture and Society.
PressestimmenBerger approaches his subject not as a scientist, peering through the microscope to produce a precise dissection but as an artist, and then not a miniaturist but as a presenter of landscapes brought to our attention by a collection of bold brush strokes borrowed for present purposes from any number of schools and pressed into service to create a wonderfully evocative and interesting pastiche... Berger is at his best when discussing travel writing. Tourist Studies
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ALTA MIRA PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2004
Seitenanzahl: 128 Seiten