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The host gaze in global tourism

by Omar Moufakkir

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Published by CAB International in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Culture and tourism,
  • Culture and globalization,
  • Tourism,
  • Psychological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Omar Moufakkir and Yvette Reisinger
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG155.A1 H665 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25376881M
    ISBN 109781780640211
    LC Control Number2012026678

    Gaze, encounter and philosophies of otherness. The Host Gaze in Global T that results in power inequalities between host and guest. Volunteer tourism as a form of international development.   As such, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares some of the benefits of tourism to the host community. Employment This is perhaps the biggest benefits of tourism to any host .

      “ A Host Gaze Composed of Mediated Resistance in Panamá: Power Inversion in Kana Yala.” In The Host Gaze in Global Tourism, edited by Moufakkir, O., Reisinger, Y. Oxfordshire: CABI, pp. Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: The phenomenon of reverse gaze is also approached in Maoz's () exploration of 'the mutual gaze' and in Pattison's () research on 'the host's gaze'. These streams of research have.

    Perceived host gaze in the context of short-term mission trips. In O. Moufakkir & Y. Reisinger (Eds.), The Host Gaze in Global Tourism (pp. ). Wallingford: by: 2. The positive and negative cultural impact of tourism on host communities has a lot to do with carrying capacities. Carrying capacity can be defined in several different ways. Ecologists often define it as “the maximal population size of a given species that an area can support without reducing its ability to support the same species in the 2/5(13).


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The host gaze in global tourism by Omar Moufakkir Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Host Gaze in Global Tourism is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the gaze from within the host community. It discusses how the gaze is constructed, how it has developed, how it varies between countries and how the tourism industry can affect : Hardcover.

The Host Gaze in Global Tourism is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the host gaze from within the host community.

It discusses how the gaze is constructed, how it has developed, how it varies between countries and how the tourism industry can affect by: Most tourism theories have been developed from the tourists' perspective, including the seminal work by John Urry, The Tourist Gaze, which is now a classic Host Gaze in Global Tourism is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the gaze from within the host community.

It discusses how the gaze is constructed, how it has developed, how it varies between. The Host Gaze in Global Tourism is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the host gaze from within the host community.

It discusses how the gaze is constructed, how it has developed, how it varies between countries and how the tourism industry can affect it. Summary: This book is about host-guest encounters in tourism, and specifically focuses on the host gaze.

It identifies the aspects of the host gaze that distinguish it from the tourist gaze and from the conventional gaze encountered. ""The Host Gaze in Global Tourism"" is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the host gaze from within the host community.

It discusses how the gaze is 5/5(1). The book analyses important religious, communal, cultural as well as psychological and emotional aspects of the host gaze. It shows how host communities construct, organize and systemize their gaze upon different tourists in different socioeconomic, political and cultural environments.

The pre-existing cultural images of the host gaze and the differences in the host gaze across various geographical. Gaze and Self: Host Internalization of the Tourist Gaze 4.

The Thai Host Gaze: Alterity and the Governance of Visitors in Thailand 5. Turkish Host Gaze at Russian Tourists: A Cultural Perspective 6. The term “gaze” refers to the discourses and practices of seeing in tourism contexts as well as to ways of knowing what is being looked at.

Originally framed by Michel Foucault’s notion of discourse, the prison and the medical gaze, it is now concentrated on tourist. Book chapter: The host gaze in global tourism pp ref Abstract: This chapter builds upon MacCannell's second gaze to propose a third gaze: a gaze that offers a deeper look into the gaze, and this time goes truly beyond the visible to reach the invisible in the unconscious of the host by: 5.

Urry’s ‘tourist gaze’ remains one of the most influential concepts in tourism research. The ideas developed by Urry are still widely quoted and relevant today but a major criticism of his work is that too much emphasis is placed on the visual aspects of being a tourist rather than the whole experience.

""The Host Gaze in Global Tourism"" is a unique book for researchers and students as it is the first to look at the host gaze from within the host community. It discusses how the gaze is constructed, how it has developed, how it varies between countries and how the tourism industry can affect it.

According to the World Tourism Organization, tourism is traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes.

Tourism has established a vital part of the economy of many countries. Tourism include transportation services, hospitality services, and entertainment venues. In a highly competitive and overcrowded global tourism market, tourist destination This is perhaps most visible in the fierce bidding competitions to host highly visible global events such as the Olympics, the World Cup, or World Expos.

withstand the homogenizing tendencies of the tourist gaze in the global economy. The challenge File Size: 93KB. The author argues that we are seeing a universalization of the tourist gaze and increasing confusion between tourism as it is conventionally understood and a host of other social practices - shopping, sport, culture, hobbies, leisure and Browse book content.

About the book questions, problems, and opportunities facing the tourism industry. Invaluable to academics and professionals alike, Global Tourism offers a comprehensive exploration of the key issues in tourism. Authors draw on their individual insights to assess and critique contemporary tourism and take a view of the.

The “tourist gaze” is summarized very neatly by John Urry (), as the process when “places are chosen to be gazed upon because there is an anticipation, especially through daydreaming and fantasy, of intense pleasures, either on a different scale or involving. the tourism sector and its impacts on the economy, environment, politics and the socio-cultural being of the host community.

The main aim of this research is to highlight the well-organized and managed economic impacts by host communities on the host community. KEYWORDS: Tourism, Economic Impacts, Environmental Impacts, Social andFile Size: KB.

Significantly for the ‘tourist gaze’ an array of developments are taking ‘tourism’ from the margins of the global order, and indeed of the academy, to almost the centre of this emergent world of ‘liquid modernity’.

First, tourism infrastructures have been constructed in what would have been thought of as the unlikeliest of Size: KB. Tourism Impacts, Planning and Management Peter Mason host community 12 Tourism planning and management and the tourism industry Tourism is now a global industry involving hundreds of mil-lions of people in international as well as domestic travel each year.

The World Tourism Organization estimated (WTO, ). The Host is a science fiction romance novel by Stephenie book is about Earth, in a post apocalyptic time, being invaded by a parasitic alien race, known as "Souls", and follows one Soul's predicament when the consciousness of her human host refuses to give up her : Stephenie Meyer.Echtner and Prasad () underscore the fact that tourism scholarship in general has failed to address tourism’s impact on host societies through the opportunities opened up by postcolonial theorizing.

In this book, the uncensored inner gaze of the neo-colonized performs what Spivak and Antigua is a small place as the book’s title Cited by: Few scholarly books manage to be deeply serious and highly entertaining, but The Tourist Gaze has been absorbing its readers for more than two decades.

This newly expanded third edition of Urry's classic is a landmark in its own right; deepening and broadening its approach to the study of tourism in the era of the internet, global warming and.