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Hosts and Guests: The Anthropology of Tourism
Editor Valene L. Smith
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012
ISBN 0812208013, 9780812208016
Length 352 pages
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Culture by the pound: an anthropological perspective on tourism
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McKean, P. F., & Smith, V. L.
Towards a theoretical analysis of tourism:
economic dualism and cultural involution in Bali.
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Nash, D. (1989).
Tourism as a form of imperialism. Hosts and guests:
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Smith, V. L.
Eskimo tourism: micro-models and marginal men.
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., (Ed. 2), 55-82.
Crystal, E., & Smith, V. L.
Tourism in Toraja (Sulawesi, Indonesia).
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., (Ed. 2), 139-168.
Swain, M. B., & Smith, V. L.
Gender roles in indigenous tourism:
Kuna Mola, Kuna Yola, and cultural survival.
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Graburn, N. H.
The anthropology of tourism.
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Deitch, L. I., & Smith, V. L.
The impact of tourism on the arts and crafts
of the Indians of the southwestern United States.
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Cohen, E. (1979).
Rethinking the sociology of tourism.
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Peck, J. G., Lepie, A. S., & Smith, V. L.
Tourism and development in three North Carolina coastal towns.
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., (Ed. 2), 201-222.
Pi-Sunyer, O., & Smith, V. L.
Changing perceptions of tourism and tourists in a Catalan resort town.
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., (Ed. 2), 187-199.
Stanton, M. E., & Smith, V. L. (1989).
The Polynesian cultural center: a multi-ethnic model
of seven Pacific cultures.
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Urbanowicz, C. F., & Smith, V. L.
Tourism in Tonga revisited: Continued troubled times?.
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Esman, M. R.
Tourism as ethnic preservation: The Cajuns of Louisiana.
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Brush, S. B.
Mountain, field, and family: the economy and human ecology
of an Andean valley.
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Crompton, J. L.
Motivations for pleasure vacation.
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Nash, D., & Smith, V. L.
Anthropology and tourism.
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Dogan, H. Z.
Forms of adjustment:Sociocultural impacts of tourism.
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The tourist guide: The origins, structure and dynamics of a role.
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Smith, V. L.
War and tourism: An American ethnography.
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Stringer, P. F.
Hosts and guests the bed-and-breakfast phenomenon. Annals of Tourism Research, 8(3), 357-376.
New directions in tourism for third world development. Annals of tourism research, 23(1), 48-70.
Watson, G. L., & Kopachevsky, J. P.
Interpretations of tourism as commodity.
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Lett, J. W.
Ludic and liminoid aspects of charter yacht tourism in the Caribbean.
Annals of Tourism Research, 10(1), 35-56.
Wood, R. E.
Ethnic tourism, the state, and cultural change in Southeast Asia.
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Host perceptions of tourism: A review of the research.
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Salazar, N. B.
A Landscape of Travel: The Work of Tourism in Rural Ethnic China
by Jenny T. Chio
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van Beek, W. E. A., and Schmidt, A. M.
African Hosts and Their Guests: Cultural Dynamics of Tourism. Boydell and Brewer Ltd.
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