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Constructing Tourism Research: a critical inquiry
Abstract The articulation and conceptualisation of power relations in the field of tourism research has been the subject of recent scrutiny. This article makes a significant contribution to thisExpand
Non-human agency, radical ontology and tourism realities
Abstract Using insights from actor-network theory, this article introduces the notions of non-human agency and radical ontology to the realm of tourism research. Drawing from fieldwork at a PolishExpand
A Critical Inquiry
The articulation and conceptualisation of power relations in the field of tourism research has been the subject of recent scrutiny. This article makes a significant contribution to this discussion byExpand
Steaming Up or Staying Cool? Tourism Development and Greenlandic Futures in the Light of Climate Change
The complex relationships between climate change, tourism, and societal development are remarkably palpable in the Arctic as documented and projected consequences of global climate change haveExpand
Ordering, materiality, and multiplicity: Enacting Actor–Network Theory in tourism
In this article, we demonstrate how Actor–Network Theory has been translated into tourism research. The article presents and discusses three concepts integral to the Actor–Network Theory approach:Expand
One Clear Image? Challenging Simplicity in Place Branding
Unique selling points! Simplicity sells! One clear identity! One clear image! These are some of the place branding mantras of today. In this paper, this “simplicity trend” is critically examined andExpand
Actor-Network Theory and Tourism: Ordering, Materiality and Multiplicity
The recent surfacing of actor-network theory (ANT) in tourism studies correlates to a rising interest in understanding tourism as emergent thorough relational practice connecting cultures, naturesExpand
Lice work: Non-human trajectories in volunteer tourism
This article studies volunteer tourism by following the trajectories of a non-human actor. Based on fieldwork at a Nepalese orphanage and drawing on insights from the material semiotics ofExpand
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