Constructing tourism landscapes - gender, sexuality and space

  title={Constructing tourism landscapes - gender, sexuality and space},
  author={Annette Pritchard and N. Morgan},
  journal={Tourism Geographies},
  pages={115 - 139}
  • Annette Pritchard, N. Morgan
  • Published 2000
  • Sociology
  • Tourism Geographies
  • Spaces and places are increasingly regarded as socio-cultural constructions rather than physical locations, yet little of this emergent work in cultural and feminist geography has been incorporated into tourism research. The central theme of this article is an articulation of gender relations in the construction, production and consumption of tourism sites and images. It begins by briefly discussing the gendered nature of society and tourism processes. It then further develops the concept of… CONTINUE READING
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