Browse by Subject "tourism"
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(2012-12)This dissertation examines the literary and cinematic constructions of Dominican bodies in the context of different geographical locations: the Dominican Republic, the United States, Puerto Rico, and Haiti. I argue that ...
(iSchools, 3/15/16)Tourism has the potential to be the engine of a country’s economic development. Some developing countries, especially those in Africa, rely on tourism for their citizens’ employment. Consequently, the rise and fall of their ...
(1998)Overview of the role of development of recreational activities and services as part of the historical transformation of the Hayward Lakes area in northern Wisconsin.
Living and working in the enchanted lands: American Indian tourism labor, development, and activism, 1900-1970 (2011-01-14)Tourism work occupied an important role culturally, economically, and politically in American Indian communities throughout the US between 1900 and 1970. My dissertation looks at two case studies of Native American ...
(2012-05-22)Based on ethnographic field research with tourists, residents, and community activists in/of Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on participant-observation at Rio de Janeiro’s State Ministry of Tourism, on critical analysis ...
(2011-05-25)Rripaŋu Yidaki is a grassroots tourism business, dedicated to the craft and study of the didjeridu, initiated, owned, and maintained by one Aboriginal family in the far north of Australia. Because of their work as Aboriginal ...
(2013-08-22)The transnatinal flow of African religions to the Americas via trans-Atlantic slave trade has been well documented (e.g., Clarke 2004, Largey 2006, Olupona and Rey 2008). However, until this study, scholars had not yet ...