5 edition of Narratives of travel and tourism found in the catalog.
Narratives of travel and tourism
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jacqueline Tivers and Tijana Rakic|
|Series||Current developments in the geographies of leisure and tourism|
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 N36 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781409439745, 9781409439752|
|LC Control Number||2011046427|
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In relation to the principal themes of the book, some chapters also explore the importance of collecting memorabilia and image making in the recording, remembering, writing, telling or disseminating of stories about travel and tourism experiences and some examine the ways in which travel and tourism narratives may construct and reinforce.
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1 Introducing the narratives of travel and tourism ; PART I: Travellers and their narratives ; 2 Travel narratives of the Victorian elite: the case of the London season ; 3 A family of travellers ; 4 Narrating travel and tourism in peace and wartime, home and abroad ; 5 'Keeping the Holiday Book': travel stories of a twentieth-century English.
Contents: Introducing the narratives of travel and tourism, Jacqueline Tivers and Tijana Rakic; Part I Travellers and Their Narratives: Travel narratives of the Victorian elite: the case of the London season, Kathryn Wilkins; A family of travellers, Pamela Richardson; Narrating travel and tourism in peace and wartime, home and abroad, Paul Cleave; 'Keeping the holiday 3/5(1).
The 87 Greatest Travel Books of All Time, According to Authors which I find tedious in many travel narratives.” It was the first travel book Luis Alberto Urrea ever picked up—back when. TY - BOOK. T1 - Narratives of travel and tourism.
A2 - Tivers, Jacqueline. A2 - Rakić, Tijana. PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1. N2 - Travel and tourism 'stories' have been told and recorded within every culture, in every period of oral and written history, and across the breadth of the fact/fiction by: 2.
Get this from a library. Narratives of travel and tourism. [Jacqueline Tivers; Tijana Rakic;] -- Travel and tourism 'stories' have been told and recorded within every culture, in every period of oral and written history, and across the breadth of the fact/fiction continuum.
Taking two broad. Travel and tourism 'stories' have been told and recorded within every culture, in every period of oral and written history, and across the breadth of the fact/fiction continuum.
Taking two broad themes as its starting point - travellers and their narratives, and place narratives in travel and tourism - the book has a deliberately wide scope, with different chapters addressing the subject.
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There are numerous reasons why it is impossible to accept the testimony of travel accounts File Size: KB. In her book, The Witness and the Other World, for example, Mary Campbell studied medieval European travel accounts, including works by pilgrims, merchants, and explorers.
She interpreted these works in light of the Crusades, European expansion in the early modern era, and European domination of the world in modern times. How to write a travel book in 5 easy steps Best-selling author Peter Moore shares the secrets he (l)earned writing six popular travel narratives Peter Moore will be at The Adventure Travel Show, talking in the Wanderlust Travel Writing Workshop on the 25th of January.
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