Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change

Vegetarian Festival
Vegetarian Festival (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Vegetarian Festival and the city pillar: the appropriation of a Chinese religious custom for a cult of the Thai civic religion
Being lost: tourism, risk and vulnerability in the post-‘9/11’ entertainment industry
Diaries, dicks, and desire: how the leaky traveler troubles dominant discourse in the eroticized Caribbean
Making space for tourists with minority languages: the case of Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter
The folkloric, the spectacular, and the institutionalized: touristifying ethnic minority dances on China’s southwest frontiers
The attraction of islands: travellers and tourists in the Cyclades (Greece) in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries


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