Destinations: Cultural Landscapes of Tourism

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INDEX

a
access problems:
cyberspace 40 -1;
Internet 113 -14;
Scotland 126 , 129 , 130 -4
accumulation of commodities 38 -9
Adams, P. 46 (n2)
advertisements 26 -7;
images of place 102 -3;
layout rules 26 -7;
readership 26 ;
representations of women 90 -1, 156 -8, 166
aesthetic management of places 21 -2
Akroun, M. 68
Alford, Ethelwyn 90
Anderson, K. 6
Arcades project 36 -7
architecture:
postmodern 39 - 40 ;
private/public space 39
Arctic:
idea of north 105 -7;
as tourist commodity 107 -9;
tourist
perceptions 109 -11
“Arctic Dreams” (Lopez) 106 -7
Australia, visitors’ perceptions 142 -4
authenticity 4 , 8 , 158

b
Bachelard, G. 41
Baedeker, Karl 25
Baffin Handbook (Hamilton) 109
Bagiarta, I.N. 67 -8, 74
Bali:
beach 59 ;
cosmology 54 -5;
culture 53 -6, 73 , 74 -5;
guides 63 , 65 , 68 - 73 ;
landscape 52 , 53 , 66 ;
modernization 61 ;
national symbols 60 ;
planning 59 - 60 ;
pollution 58 -9;
religion 53 , 60 -1, 66 ;
social status 67 -8;
tourism 55 - 60 , 66 -7, 75 -6;
training in tourism 75 -6, 77 (n2);
village life 54 , 58 ;
wood carving 58
Bali Government Tourism Office 69
Bali Tourism Study 56 , 57
Balmoral 127 , 131
Baudrillard, Jean 23
beaches 22 , 59 , 70 -1
Beamish, North of England Open Air Museum 43 -4
Bell, B. 25
Bella, L. 87
Benjamin, W. 36 - 40 , 46 -7 (n3)
Between Two Worlds (Greenwald) 105 -6
billiard ball model 1 , 5
Blanton, D. 75
Bodenhorn, B. 8
Boniface, P. 21
Boswell, James 124
Bougainville, Louis Antoine de 142
Bowes, Surgeon 143
BPLP 76 , 77 (n2)
Brett, D. 158
British Tourist Authority 17
Britton, R.A. 27
Britton, S.G. 102 , 103 , 147
brochures 24 -5, 27 -8, 114 -16
Bromley, R. 68
Brown, G.H. 142
Budihardjo, E. 54
Burt, E. 123
Butler, R. 155 , 159
Butler, R.W. 123 , 127 , 129 , 137

c
Campbell, C. 103
Canada:
Arctic 105 -11;
Government of Northwest Territories 101 , 108 -9;
Internet links 112 -14;
Inuit communities 101 , 105 -6, 111 , 112 -16;
Rocky Mountains 80 -1, 86 - 91

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