Cosmopolitanism and Tourism

Cosmopolitanism and Tourism

Within tourism studies, the cosmopolitan potentials of tourism have often been situated within a broader conversation about globalization, an approach that implies that cosmopolitanism is a predictable by-product of globalization and becoming more cosmopolitan should be the goal of travel. And yet a fundamental value of a cosmopolitan outlook—namely, to not only to be “at home in the world” but also to experience the world in an authentic sense—depends on… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (December 12, 2017)

Page count: 234 pages

Language: English


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