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The book introduces the main features and constructs of diasporas, and explores their implications for the consumption, production and practices of tourism.
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Tourism, Diasporas and Space

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Overview

The book introduces the main features and constructs of diasporas, and explores their implications for the consumption, production and practices of tourism.
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Table of Contents

1. 'My Field is the World': Connecting Tourism, Diaspora and Space Part 1: Diasporic Experiences of Tourism 2. Tourism and Third Space Populations: The Restless Motion of Diaspora Peoples 3. Conceptualizing Return Visits: A Transnational Perspective 4. Tourism, Racism and the UK Afro-Caribbean Diaspora 5. Linking Diasporas and Tourism: Transnational Mobilities of Pacific Islanders Resident in New Zealand 6. Jewish Past as a 'Foreign Country': The Travel Experiences of American Jews 7. American Children of the African Diaspora: Journeys to the Motherland 8. Preparation, Simulation and the Creation of Community: Exodus and the Case of Diaspora Education Tourism 9. 'To Stand in the Shoes of my Ancestors': Tourism and Genealogy Part 2: Settings and Spaces for Diaspora Tourism 10. The 'Isle Of Home' Is Always on Your Mind: Subjectivity and Space at Ellis Island Immigration Museum 11. The Culture of Tourism in the Diaspora: The Case of the Vietnamese Community in Australia 12. Mobilizing Hrvatsko: Tourism and Politics in the Croatian Diaspora 13. Sojourners, Gangxi and Clan Associations: Social Capital and Overseas Chinese Tourism to China Part 3: Mobilising Diasporas for Tourism 14. Diaspora, Cultural Capital and the Production of Tourism: Lessons from Enticing Jewish-Americans to Germany 15. Mae'n Bryd I Ddod Adref - It's Time to Come Home. Exploring the Contested Emotional Geographies of Wales 16. India and the Ambivalences of Diaspora Tourism 17. Reinventing Tulip Time: Evolving Diasporic Dutch Heritage Celebration in Holland (Michigan) 18. Selling Diaspora: Producing and Segmenting the Jewish Diaspora Tourism Market 19. Tourism and Diasporas: Current Issues and Future Opportunities
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