4 edition of Gender/Tourism/Fun (Tourism Dynamics) found in the catalog.
by Cognizant Communication Corp
Written in English
|Contributions||Margaret Byrne Swain (Editor), Janet Henshall Momsen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||235|
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6, no 2, p. Article, book review (Other academic) Published Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Vol. 6, no 2, p. National Category Social Anthropology Identifiers. Gender Equality and Tourism: Beyond Empowerment, a critical gendered analysis that questions the extent to which tourism brings women empowerment, is an engaging and thought-provoking read for students, researchers and practitioners in the areas of tourism, gender.
Examines the impact of tourism from the viewpoint of gender studies focusing on women's needs, expectations, roles and opportunities in this rapidly changing and important global industry.
Begins with a broad review of the field and highlights key conceptual issues. Contains a selection of case studies ranging from sex tourism in South-East Asia and gender in tourism planning to the impact of.
This book is important for three specific reasons, 1) it has continued the focus on women and advocated for the credibility of both gender and tourism studies, 2) It will help to shift the Western-centric approach to gender and/in tourism, and 3) it reminds us that we still live in a patriarchal world and no we are not there yet.
Sex tourism is also believed to benefit both the sex industry and the tourism industry (taxi, hotels, restaurants and airlines). Organizations protecting human rights alert on the negative health, cultural and social effects of sex tourism as it prospers on the basis of economic, social, age and gender inequalities.
The Introduction and Conclusion of Tourism: A Gender Analysis (Kinnaird and Hall ) has set a stage, reviewing some of the past work on gender in tourism studies, present- ing new case studies in the body of their book, and leaving the way open for a needed infusion of gender theory in tourism Cited by: 1.
Income Generation and Poverty Elimination through Tourism Development. Women's Employment in Tourism: In the last few decades, the tourism industry has undergone a period of explosive growth, and as a labour intensive industry, there has consequently been a rapid rate of job creation and the latest available data from the restaurant and hotel sector, provided by ILO and.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: p. ; 26 cm: Responsibility: co-edited by Margaret Byrne Swain and. While contemporary popular discourses dismiss gender and feminism as passé, patriarchy and sexism continue to limit human possibilities around the globe.
The tourism industry can be a force for empowerment but it can also shore up exploitative gendered practices. At the same time, tourism enquiry itself continues to be dominated by western, masculinist collection.
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Gender and tourism. A tourist destination image consists of both objective knowledge and subjective perceptions, making up a ‘ personalized, internalized and conceptualized understanding of what we know’ (Markin,cited in Telisman-Kosuta, ).
However, as tourism is often the ‘selling of otherness’ (Swain,p. Book chapter: Tourism: a gender analysis. pp ref Abstract: Consideration of the economic, socio-cultural and environmental implications of tourism-related activity has a long tradition and continues to be important in discussions of the impact of tourism development tourism development Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: In Japanese, 2, books and government publications (–), and articles published in two journals (–) are identified, and in English, 21 books and 7 book chapters ( Through this paper we intend to investigate the most important gender trends affecting tourist destination and tourism in general, based on the premise that destination is actually a perceptual concept, interpreted subjectively by consumers and also a result of the moment, the people and artifacts by: 8.
of the Tourism Education Futures Initiative Conference at the University of Guelph (), members of the online community Women Academics in Tourism, and the many and varied colleagues, women and men, who have voiced their support for this project and a commitment to addressing gender in the tourismFile Size: KB.
It’s just one example of a growing number of initiatives by companies and individuals looking to redress gender inequality in tourism by showcasing women’s work or helping female tourism Author: Hilary Tagg. The traditional values in many cultural localities may interfere with women participation in tourism industry and may play a pivotal role in producing and reproducing gender inequality.Developed by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and UN Women, the Global Report on Women in Tourism marks a first attempt to map the participation of women in the tourism industry worldwide.
Focusing on five areas – Employment, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Education and Community – the study presents a detailed picture of women.The Global Report on Women in Tourism provided the first look and a baseline study on the situation of women in the tourism sector.
This second edition of the report considers how the situation has evolved since then and provides a thorough assessment of tourism’s contribution towards United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5 – to.