Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism

Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism


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Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism draws together established and emerging academics that have a key interest in men, masculinity, travel and tourism. Through the chapters collected in this volume the reader will be exposed to cutting edge research and writing that offer global and local perspectives within these fields.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781137341457
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 10/22/2014
Series: Genders and Sexualities in the Social Sciences
Edition description: 2014
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Hazel Andrews, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Mark Casey, Newcastle University, UK
Rosalina Costa, University of Évora, Portugal
Monica Gilli, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Helen Goodman, Royal Holloway, UK
Nigel Jarvis, University of Brighton, UK
Yasmina Katsulis, Arizona State University, USA
Chun-Yu Lin, Lancaster University, UK
Álvaro L—pez L—pez, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Kristin Lozanski, King's University College, Canada
Kevin Markwell, Southern Cross University, Australia
J. Carlos Monterrubio, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Mexico
Elisabetta Ruspini, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Thomas Thurnell-Read, Coventry University, UK
James Treadwell, University of Birmingham, UK
Gordon Waitt, University of Wollongong, Australia
Michael Ward, Open University, UK

Table of Contents

1. Introduction; Mark Casey and Thomas Thurnell-Read PART I: HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY, TRAVEL AND TOURISM 2. Masculinity, Tourism and Adventure in English Nineteenth-Century Travel Fiction; Helen Goodman 3. Heroes and Villains: Travel, Risk and Masculinity; Kristin Lozanski 4. 'Just Blokes doing Blokes' Stuff': Risk, Gender and the Collective Performance of Masculinity during the Eastern European Stag Tour Weekend; Thomas Thurnell-Read 5. Masculinity and the Gay Games: A Consideration of Hegemonic and Queer Debates; Nigel Jarvis PART II: MASCULINITIES, TOURISM AND IDENTITY 6. Working Class Men's Masculinities on the Spanish Costas: Watching ITV's Benidorm; Mark Casey 7. 'You Get a Reputation if You're From the Valleys': The Stigmatisation of Place in Young Working Class Men's Lives; Michael R. M. Ward 8. 'I Don't Want to Think I am a Prostitute': Embodied Geographies of Men, Masculinities and Clubbing in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia; Gordon Waitt and Kevin Markwell 9. Ephemeral Masculinities? Tracking Men, Partners and Fathers in the Geography of Family Holidays; Rosalina Costa PART III: SEX, SEXUALITY, TOURISM AND MASCULINITY 10. Taiwanese Men's Wife Finding Tours in Southeast Asian Countries and China; Chun-Yu Lin 11. Risky Business: How Gender, Race and Culture influence the Culture of Risk-Taking among Sex Tourists; Yasmina Katsulis 12. Recognising Homoeroticism in Male Gay Tourism: A Mexican Perspective; Carlos Monterrubio and Álvaro L—pez-L—pez PART IV: EMBODYING MASCULINE TRAVEL 13. The Lads Just Playing Away: An Ethnography with England's Hooligan Fringe during the 2006 World Cup; James Treadwell 14. What is Old and What is New? Representation of Masculinity in Travel Brochures; Monica Gilli and Elisbetta Ruspini 15. Afterword: Men's Touristic Practices: How Men Think They're Men and Know Their Place; Hazel Andrews

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