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Lecture 8

SA 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sex Tourism, Sardar, Human Capital


Department
Sociology and Anthropology
Course Code
SA 316
Professor
Robert Wyllie
Lecture
8

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Yarnal:
The self (or selves) that an individual presents in a vaca- tion space may not be different only to the self
presented in work or home space—the public self may also be different to the way the individual thinks of
his or her private or inner self. – different personalities in public and private
Harvey and Taylor (2000) introduced a third conceptual- ization of the interactionist perspective. They
suggested that behavior cannot be understood without taking into account “social space.” Social space
represents the physical sur- roundings or location such as household space, workplace space, or community
space (e.g., social or recreational clubs).
Intrapersonal authenticity relates to bodily feelings, self- identity, and a search for the “true-self”
Interpersonal authenticity involves a search for authentic relationships with others.
Lminal spaces are a change from the normal routine.
Crusie is a full luxurious package
Ease, relaxation, and comfort. One of the most universal responses to going on vacation, and a different
way of being in the world, is to vividly change outward appearance. For many members of the group,
donning “cruise wear” put them in a relaxed, comfortable frame of mind.
Different people have different approach towards trips.
(1) liminality as a valuable tool for exploring relation- ships among tourists and how development of
relationships contributes to meaningful experiences, (2) employees as integral to feelings of liminality
experienced by tourists, and (3) the role that physical and relational space play in foster- ing liminal
experiences. This study also deepens our under- standing of liminality by showing that a “one-size-fits-all”
approach to liminal spaces may be conceptually narrow.
Clearly, if group tour members feel that the vacation space afforded by cruise lines leads to feelings of
relaxation, com- fort, and ease, the industry should recognize this fact in their promotions. They should also
work with travel agents to pro- mote the benefits of group cruise travel.
Phenomenology
Tourist Environmental Bubble
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Cohen (1972)
The exclusion of negative elements from tourist environments
(A) Goffman’s Symbolic Interaction
Performance
Adler (1989), Chaney (2002), Chronis (2005)
Authenticity
Cohen (1982), MacCannell (1973)
Emotional Labor
Hei-Lin, Chu and Murrmann (2006), Hochschild (1983), Morris and Feldman (1996)
Behaviors of guests and hosts that construct the (genuine/insincere) nature of encounter
(C) Social Psychology
Contact Hypothesis
Anastasopoulos (1992), Bochner (1982), Milman et al. (1990), Pearce (1988), Pizam et al. (2000)
Results of encounters between guests and hosts with a hostile background
bubble of Serenity
Interaction practices of guests and hosts Resilience of guest–host interaction Authenticity of guest–host interaction
emotional labor is sold for wage and therefore has exchange value”
the whole concept is explained as a theatre stage.
Media plays a role- in portraying how people of different nations are.
Personality changes when on vacation and when alone.
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