GEOG 3490 Unit 4.docx

Countries in mass tourism profits stay with people

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countries - in mass tourism, profits stay with people who own the enclaves of resorts Subservience - refers to the unequal relationships between individuals - can describe the subordinate position of individuals and communities in the GS to individuals from the GN, as well to local elites in their own coun- try who may disproportionately control or benefit tourism - service jobs are performed by marginalized groups— those already disad- vantaged because of their class, gender, race, ethnicity or sheer lack of wealth Fetishism - term used to describe the way in which the social and environmental rela- tions of production are hidden from consumers - it seems that tourism should be able to life the commodity veil— that tourists should be able to see and understand the social relations that pro- duce their tourism product - new tourism caters to the geographical imaginations of tourists who desire encounters with wildlife and authentic local cultures, rather than palm- fringed beaches - production, maintenance, and impacts of uneven power relations between countries (colonialism.imperialism), or social classes (hegemony), or indi- viduals (subservience, fetishism) - production and circulation of ideas as an important component of how power operates (ideology, discourse) -
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