Stirring up effervescence: an ethnographic study of youth at a nightlife resort

@article{Tutenges2013StirringUE,
  title={Stirring up effervescence: an ethnographic study of youth at a nightlife resort},
  author={S. Tutenges},
  journal={Leisure Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={32},
  pages={233 - 248}
}
There is growing evidence that young tourists at nightlife resorts have a propensity for risk-taking. Based on ethnographic fieldwork at an international nightlife resort in Bulgaria, this article examines how guides help tourists lower their inhibitions and reach states of collective effervescence. Focus is on young guides and tourists from Denmark. The article argues that the guides use four basic techniques to stir up effervescence: body techniques, speech and sound effects, crowd effects… Expand
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