INDIGENOUS LONG GRASSERS: ITINERANTS OR PROBLEM TOURISTS?

@inproceedings{Carson2013INDIGENOUSLG,
  title={INDIGENOUS LONG GRASSERS: ITINERANTS OR PROBLEM TOURISTS?},
  author={Dean Bradley Carson and John Kenneth Riches and Andrew H. Taylor},
  year={2013}
}
The paper proposes a model explaining how ‘problem tourists’ emerge at tourism destinations. Problem tourists are incompatible with the accepted dominant status of tourism and emerge from social distance between tourists and hosts, or between different groups of tourists. A case study of long grassers in Darwin, the capital of Australia’s Northern Territory, is presented to illustrate the model. Long grassers are popularly understood as Indigenous people from remote communities who camp in… CONTINUE READING