Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice – Volume 5, No. 1 – 2013
Table of contents
The Working Class on Holiday: British Comedy in Benidorm and Classed Tourism. Mark E. Casey, pp. 1-17
Spring Break travel: Motivations and behaviour in a Mexican destination. J. Carlos Monterrubio and M. Marivel Mendoza-Ontiveros, pp. 18-32
Embodying Mallorquinness through Performativity and Narration of Mallorquin Dance. Linda Dankworth, pp. 33-47
Bodies, emotions and tourism: a study of Costa Cruises commercials. Mariangela Albano and Gaetano Sabato, pp. 48-61
International Seminar on World Events and Urban Change Seville, Andalusia, Spain. 26-28 Nov 2012, pp. 62-65
Tourism and the Muslim World by Noel Scott & Jafar Jafari (2010)
Slow Travel and Tourism by Janet Dickinson and Les Lumsdom (2010)
L’Enseignement du tourisme en France et au Royaume-Uni : Histoire, comparaisons, analyses et perspectives by Hugues Séraphin (2012), pp. 66-71
(University of Plymouth, 2013)Nowadays, tourism industry proposes different opportunities to live a vacation where the body is the main interest and the central focus of experience. Each form of tourism shows a particular universe of representation ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)Tourism and the Muslim World. Noel Scott & Jafar Jafari (2010) Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, UK. ISBN 978-184950920-6. Slow Travel and Tourism. Janet Dickinson and Les Lumsdom (2010) London, Earthscan ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)International Seminar on World Events and Urban Change Seville, Andalusia, Spain. 26 – 28 Nov 2012
(University of Plymouth, 2013)In drawing from the popular TV comedy Benidorm this paper seeks to engage with research and discourses held around working class tourism. The paper will at first discuss Benidorm, focusing upon the characters within the ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)The Mallorcan dancers' sense of embodying Mallorquiness as stylistic qualities of their stage performances, produces in them a sense of representing a double identity: one for themselves in social contexts performing ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)Spring break travel is a growing market and has become a relevant research object. Specifically, binge drinking, illicit drug use and high-risk sexual behaviour have become the focus of academic attention. Identifying ...
Concept design – An innovative approach to learning: The case of Saint James’ Way as a playground for meaningful learning experiences (University of Plymouth, 2012)Co-creation is increasingly being used as a tool for companies to position their products in the market. The aim is to enhance a dialogue with customers and enhance firm-customer value. In the experience industry co-creation ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Alongside the recent cultural tourism trends of edutainment, active participation, learning, and the interest in the ‘unique’; the desire of tourists to get involved in the creative process has been steadily gaining ...
Tourist creative processes and experiences in the European Cultural Itinerary ‘The Phoenicians’ Route’ (University of Plymouth, 2012)Cultural itineraries represent a favourable context for the development of creative processes and experiences. This paper examines the creative activities and projects of a European Cultural Itinerary, The Phoenicians’ ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)This paper provides an overview of the contributions to special issue of the Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice entitled "Exploring Creative Tourism‟. Creative tourism has grown rapidly in the past decade, ...