Qualitative Research in Tourism: Ontologies, Epistemologies and Methodologies

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Index
Page numbers in italics denote figures or tables
a
Aaser, D. 50
Abram, S. 305-6
academic convention 147-8 , 188-9 , 191 , 261-2 , 264 , 266-7
acculturation 170-1 , 172-4
Adler, E. S. 277
adventure tourism 190
Afro-American women 126-7
age deference 301-2
Aitchison, C. 53-4 , 119 , 127 , 229
Alternative Paradigms Conference 75 , 77
alternative tourism 151 , 275
American Travel Survey, Bureau of Transportation Statistics 221
Angrosino, M. 294
Anis, Pak 298-9 , 300 , 301 , 304
Annals of Tourism Research48 ;
Britton 142 ;
gender 14 , 109-10 ;
post-1996
review 6 , 7 ;
qualitative research 37
anthropology 57 , 129 , 170-2 , 179-80
Aramberri, J. 105-6
Arlarde people 10
Atkinson, F. 296 , 301
attitude scales 209
audiencing 96
Australia:
girls/women tourists 112 , 256 , 260-1 ;
hotel general managers 250 ;
international tourism 146 ;
research
grant funding 144
Ayala, H. 58

b
Baker, M. 237 , 240 , 245
Ball, S. 54
Bauman, Z. 138-9
Becher, T. 47 , 53
Beck, U. 137
bed and breakfast establishments 250 , 281 , 283
Belgians 165
Belize 24 , 192 , 275-6 , 278-83 , 286
Belize, University College of 279
Belsky, J. 24 , 192 , 273 , 275 , 276 , 287
Bena village 293 , 301
Bernard, H. R. 206 , 207
Berno, T. 295
Bestor, T. 177
Bhabha, H. 94 , 95
bias 128-9 , 209 , 242 , 243 , 248
biographical method 238-40
Bobko, P. 175
Bobrow, D. G. 249
body:
China 113-14 ;
commodification 115 ;
discourse 115-16 ;
female 107 ;
Foucault 105 ;
Japan 115 ;
mind 104-5 , 188 ;
tourism 108-9 ;
see also embodiment
body language 318 , 319
Boorstin, D. 177
Botterill, D. 41 , 42 , 46 , 58 , 217
Bourdieu, P. 107
Boyer, M. 50-1 , 57
Braidotti, R. 109
Bramwell, B. 313
Breckenridge, C. 105
Brewer, J. 93-4
Bricker, K. 17 , 18
bricoleur34 , 92
Britton, S. 142
brochure analysis 205
Brownell, J. 48
Brundtland Report 124 , 312 , 313-14
Bruner, E. 175
Buck, E. 65

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