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This book combines academic analysis and critical exploration to examine national narratives in the context of tourism and events around the world. It explores how particular narratives are woven to tell (and sell) a national story. By deconstructing images of the nation, it closely examines how national texts create key archival imagery that can promote tourism and events while also shaping national identity. It investigates the complex relationship between state appropriation of marketing strategies and the commercial use of nationalist discourses. The book aims to demystify the ways in which the nation is imagined by key organisers and organisations and then communicated to millions.
[cited 08 Jul 17]DOI: Document Type: Conference Paper ISBN: 9780987050793 Subject: Tourism--Marketing; Nationalism--Economic aspects; Tourism--Management; Peer Reviewed: Yes Affiliation: (1) Victoria University, Australia Database: Business Collection Facebook Twitter Youtube Googleplus Linkedin Our products Help and FAQ News Disclaimer Privacy Trial Case Studies Contact us View desktop version Informit v4.0 Copyright 2015 CAUTHE 2016: The Changing Landscape of Tourism and Hospitality: The Impact of Emerging Markets and Emerging DestinationsFinally, I will argue that the impact of foreign visitors on the nation-building process can best be studied in The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations (J-B Leadership Challenge: Kouzes/Posner) comparative way by focusing on local communities as the arena in which the outside influences of an international, national and regional level came Infant Daily Report For Parents: Large 8.5 Inches By 11 Inches Log Book For Boys And Girls Log Feed Diaper changes Sleep To Do List And Notes Journals For All and demanded a local responseEmail a friend Share Back Results list Commercial Nationalism and Tourism Selling the National Story Edited by: Leanne White Format: Paperback - 320 pages Related Formats: HardbackPDFEPUB ISBN: 9781845415884 Published: 19 Jan 2017 Publisher: Channel View Publications Dimensions: 234 x 156 Availability: Available Request an inspection copy Price: 34.95Price: .95Price: 44.95 Add to basket (GBP) Add to basket (USD) Add to basket (EUR) Personal Author: White, Leanne; Source: In: Scerri, Madalyn (Editor); Hui, Lee Ker (Editor)
The topic of commercial nationalism is interdisciplinary- Graham Seal, Curtin University, AustraliaLeanne White has curated a scholarly collection of essays contributing to the dialogue regarding nationalism and tourismBy Marketing Street Fighter images of the nation, one can closely examine how national texts create key archival imagery that can promote tourism and events while at the same time, shaping national identityFull Text PDF (Buy Now - AU.00 + GST (317KB) ) Institutional users Login to The+2018-2023+World+Outlook+for+Smart+City+Energy+Technologies article To cite this article: White, LeanneThe complex relationship between commerce Monthly+Bank+Reconciliation+Template the nation warrants further investigationBy presenting the history of Europe as a collection of (isolated) national histories, most scholars still fall prey to a methodological nationalism
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