Living with Tourism : Negotiating Identities in a Turkish Village (Routledge/contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism, and Mobility, 1)

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Living with Tourism : Negotiating Identities in a Turkish Village (Routledge/contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism, and Mobility, 1)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 272 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415298568
  • DDC分類 338.4791564

基本説明

It presents an in-depth analysis of the interactions between tourists, the local community and place.

Full Description


Redefining 'community' and considering the effects tourism has on culture, this detailed book delivers an ethnographic account of both the toured and touring community in Goereme, central Turkey. Hazel Tucker presents an in-depth analysis of the interactions between tourists, the local community and place. She demonstrates the implications that community ownership and participation in tourism have for the politics of representation and identity, and also for the nature of the tourist experience. Dealing with contentious theoretical issues related to globalization and culture, Tucker challenges contemporary thinking relating to tourism authenticity and cultural sustainability, and shows how, together with host communities, tourists themselves are continuously negotiating their own identities and experiences in interaction with the people and places they meet. This fascinating book develops a dynamic notion of culture and tourism sustainability, providing new insights not only for scholars of tourism, but also for those in the areas of anthropology, geography and social studies who wish to gain a deeper understanding of this global phenomenon in the contemporary world.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   vii
Introduction 1 (22)
Goreme: an introduction 5 (5)
The wider context of tourism development 10 (5)
in Goreme
Studying Goreme: the fildworker, the 15 (5)
field and the work
Structure of the book 20 (3)
Imaging Cappadocia: the construction of a 23 (20)
tourist place
Scripting Cappadocia and Goreme 24 (3)
The `lunar landscape' 27 (2)
Christian Goreme 29 (5)
Goreme as a cultural landscape 34 (2)
Touring Cappadocia 36 (7)
The tourists: in search of serendipity 43 (26)
Tourists in Goreme 44 (1)
Some tourist portraits 45 (6)
Tourists, non-tourists and the ill-fated 51 (5)
plot
Avoidance of the pre-planned package tour 56 (3)
Budgeting for possibility 59 (2)
Temporal opening to possibility 61 (1)
Interacting with the authentically social 62 (4)
The search for serendipity, not touristic 66 (3)
surrender
Continuity and change: gender and 69 (22)
production in Goreme
Goreme lives 70 (5)
Goremeli/people of Goreme 75 (1)
Gender segregation: the duality in Goreme 76 (9)
life
Memories of a life past: social change in 85 (6)
Goreme
A community in competition: the business of 91 (27)
tourism in Goreme
Getting into tourism 92 (7)
Tourism business and employment today 99 (4)
Volcanic eruptions: competition, fights 103(11)
and gossip
Consequences and experiences of tourism 114(4)
business
Close encounters: interactions between 118(19)
hosts and guests
Packaged interaction 119(1)
The authentically social in Goreme village 120(2)
The power in hospitality 122(3)
Hospitality in the tourism realm 125(3)
Restricting hospitality 128(6)
Close encounters of a more `real' kind 134(3)
Romantic developments: new and changing 137(22)
gender relations through tourism
Fun and romance 138(3)
Traditional gender relations 141(2)
Long-term relationships 143(6)
Caught in the middle 149(3)
Developing business through romance 152(4)
Developing romance: changing village life 156(3)
The continuation of Goreme as a `tourist 159(23)
site': politics of place and identity
The discourse of preservation 160(3)
Villagers' experiences of preservation 163(3)
discourse
The inevitability of change 166(3)
Emergent culture: the Flintstones of the 169(3)
future
Experiencing the hypo-reality of Goreme 172(4)
The continuation of Goreme as a tourist 176(6)
site?
Conclusion 182(8)
Writing tourists into destinations 182(5)
Living with tourism in Goreme: a 187(3)
postscript
Bibliography 190(18)
Index 208