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by John K. Walton,Keith Hanley

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Author: John K. Walton,Keith Hanley
ISBN: 1845411544
ISBN13: 978-1845411541
Language: English
Publisher: Channel View Publications (November 15, 2010)
Pages: 224
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Keith Hanley is Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University where he directed the former Ruskin Centre for eight years.

Keith Hanley is Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University where he directed the former Ruskin Centre for eight years.

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Start reading Constructing Cultural Tourism (Tourism and Cultural Change) on your . As to be expected from Professors Hanley and Walton, this book offers a challenging examination of Ruskin s place in the history of British cultural tourism.

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Constructing Cultural Tourism: John Ruskin and the Tourist Gaze. Constructing Cultural Tourism - Prof. Keith Hanley and Prof. Chapter 1. Introduction: The Joy of Travel. Ruskin and Tourism Studies. Ruskin was a major figure in setting the agenda and directing the gaze, not only for the upper- and middle-class British tourists who played such an important part in the consolidation of international tourism in the age of the railway, but also for the emergent working-class explorers of hills and countryside within Britain in the late 19th and early.

Constructing Cultural Tourism John Ruskin and the Tourist Gaze Author: Keith Hanley, John K. Walton. Keith Hanley is Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University where he directed the former Ruskin Centre for eight years

Constructing Cultural Tourism John Ruskin and the Tourist Gaze Author: Keith Hanley, John K. Format: Hardback - 224 pages. Keith Hanley is Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University where he directed the former Ruskin Centre for eight years.

Keith Hanley, John K. Walton

Keith Hanley, John K. Ruskin exerted a formative influence on the definition and development of cultural tourism which was probably as significant as that, for example, of his contemporary Thomas Cook

Ruskin exerted a formative influence on the definition and development of cultural tourism which was probably as significant as that, for example, of his contemporary Thomas Cook.

Constructing Cultural Tourism : John Ruskin and the Tourist Gaze.

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This book is an interdisciplinary collaboration between a literary critic and cultural historian, which examines and recovers a radical and still urgent challenge to the industrialisation of cultural tourism from the work of John Ruskin. Ruskin exerted a formative influence on the definition and development of cultural tourism which was probably as significant as that, for example, of his contemporary Thomas Cook. The book assesses Ruskin's overall influence on the development of national and international tourism in the context of pre-existing expectations about tourism flows and cultural capital and alongside parallel and intersecting trends of the time; examines Ruskin's contribution to the tourist agenda at all social levels; and discusses Ruskin's significance for current debates in tourism studies, especially questions of the place of the ‘canon' of traditional European cultural tourism in a post-modern tourist setting, and the various incarnations of ‘heritage tourism'.
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