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Dark tourism and place identity : managing and interpreting dark places (Book, 2013) [vs-forum.jp]

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

This edited volume takes the dark tourism discussion to another level by reinforcing the critical intersecting domains of dark tourism and place identity and, in particular, highlighting the importance of understanding this connection for visitors and destination managers. Introduction: Exploring Dark Tourism and Place Identity Part 1: Visitor Motivation 2. Having worked my way through it I'm left in two minds about it. A classic case of contention is that of older battlefields such as Culloden in Scotland. Introduction: Exploring Dark Tourism and Place Identity Part 1: Visitor Motivation 2.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity: Managing and Interpreting Dark Places by Leanne White

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

In other sections, though, he loses me. That doesn't happen a lot with academic texts! Nevertheless, few places with the possible exception of! Dark Detours: Celebrity Car Crash Deaths and Trajectories of Place 15. Dark Detours: Celebrity Car Crash Deaths and Trajectories of Place 15. And some claims about the place are at times a bit questionable. But it doesn't mean all tours had hitherto been illegal.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity: Managing and interpreting dark places, 1st Edition (Hardback)

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

National Identity Construction and Tourism in Hungary: A Multi-Level Approach 5. Written by leading academics in the area, this stimulating volume of 19 chapters will be valuable reading for postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in a range of discipline areas; researchers and academics interested in dark tourism; and, other interested stakeholders including those in the tourism industry, government bodies and community groups. I also have trouble with the inclusion of a single murder site Taupo in that may at best have had its phase as a site of media attention as well as for re- forging of the local community. However, the author points out a couple more sites than just. Obviously I cannot review my own text as such here. Pagan Tourism and the Management of Ancient Sites in Cornwall 8.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

Introduction Section 1: Identity and Image 2. All in all, the book is a bit of a roller-coaster ride. I've voiced various points of criticism in the above, as a review is supposed to. But let me emphasize too that there are also those highs on the roller-coaster ride, with several quite excellent chapters. Tourism and the National Identity in the Unites States: The Case of Washington 3. Written by an international team of leading academics, Tourism and National Identities will be of interest to students, researchers and academics in tourism and related disciplines such as events, cultural studies and geography.

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Dark Tourism And Place Identity

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

That's going too far as well. Further, tourism marketers and planners may be better equipped to promote and manage the destination, particularly with regard to expectations of the potential visitor. Written by leading academics in the area, this stimulating volume of 19 chapters will be valuable reading for postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in a range of discipline areas; researchers and academics interested in dark tourism; and, other interested stakeholders including those in the tourism industry, government bodies and community groups. I have to leave that to others. There has been a certain degree of looting, and some objects have been re-ordered to appeal to photographers' tastes and expectations, and there are graffiti to be seen, yes.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

Again, that's a claim at odds with my own experience. Introduction: Exploring Dark Tourism and Place Identity Part 1: Visitor Motivation 2. Incidentally, from a dark tourism practitioner's point of view, this chapter offers several tips for explorations, and I may have to amend my own entries for these countries on this website accordingly … I will look into this, and certainly try to include them when I finally manage to go there myself. The interconnecting area of cultural tourism and national identity has been largely overlooked in the academic literature to date. It goes to show how unreliable mass media sources can be for academic research. Travelling to the Past: Narratives of Place and Nation Identity on the Chatham Islands 16: Dark Tourism and National Identity in the Australian School Curriculum: Some Unexamined Questions 17. Dark Detours: Celebrity Car Crash Deaths and Trajectories of Place 15.

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Elspeth Frew & Leanne White: Tourism and National Identities (ePUB)

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

The notion of 'place identity' is not illuminated as much as the book's title can make one expect, but from a point of view of dark tourism as such, that's no great drawback. But what I would like to do is point out one rather annoying error in my chapter. Academics used to such style will probably be able to untangle it all alright, but non-academic readers be warned! This book gives considerable analysis to the complex relationship between the two domains and indeed, the multifaceted strategies used to define that relationship. I know that one company offers tour participants personal Geiger counters as an optional extra, but that's more for the novelty of it and to serve as a souvenir. Nation in Transformation: Tourism and National Identity in the Kyrgyz Republic 10. War and Ideological Conflict: Prisoner of War Camps as a Tourist Experience in South Korea 17.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity: Managing and Interpreting Dark Places by Leanne White

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

Dark Tourism, including visitation to places such as murder sites, battlefields and cemeteries is a growing phenomenon, as well as an emergent area of scholarly interest. But it doesn't take away the initial problem with it. This contrasts with the fact that the author Brent McKenzie notes that Estonia actually has the largest number of relevant sites of this type. Much the same is true for the African American sites — for everyone else they will have much less significance again: unless you happen to be in the places, especially in , anyway. Battlefield Tourism and Australian National Identity: Gallipoli and the Western Front 15. Holocaust Tourism in a Post-Holocaust Europe: Anne Frank and Auschwitz 14. Marvellous, Murderous and Macabre Melbourne: Taking a Walk on the Dark Side 16.

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Elspeth Frew & Leanne White: Dark Tourism and Place Identity (PDF)

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

The Contribution of Dark Tourism to Place Identity in Northern Ireland 6. Especially the one about the Chernobyl experience being simultaneously real and surreal. As I said, Stone's attempt to apply the notion to Chernobyl all the same does have its commendable side, and some of the six sub-principles' applications to that place do come across convincingly. The Père-Lachaise Cemetery: Between Dark Tourism and Heterotopic Consumption 3. That said, though, several other chapters also fail to pay much or any attention to 'place identity'. And the relevant chapter about this doesn't do anything to convince me otherwise cf.

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Dark Tourism and Place Identity: Managing and interpreting dark places, 1st Edition (Hardback)

dark tourism and place identity frew elspeth white leanne

By understanding tourist destinations through the lens of national identity, the tourist may develop a deeper appreciation of the destination. Marvellous, Murderous and Macabre Melbourne: Taking a Walk on the Dark Side 16. Place Identity or Place Identities: The Memorial to the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre, China 5. Again, the dark heritage in this country is not recognized by the official agencies promoting tourism in this remote and wild place. A similar situation is found in the Baltic states of , and with respect to their Soviet past and its commodification for tourism. This edited volume takes the dark tourism discussion to another level by reinforcing the critical intersecting domains of dark tourism and place identity and, in particular, highlighting the importance of understanding this connection for visitors and destination managers. Best's text actually isn't very academic, neither in style nor in content.

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