WGS 415 Travel Advertisements
In a Bahamas advertisement from 1969, we can see a woman bathing in the ocean with
the caption below Lets assume Im an Island. Ive got the bluest waters in the world. Beaches
like cream colored silk. Great bi
How have the different travel-writings contributed to the attitudes of society today? Where
can we see this in the examples and in present-day examples?
As humans, we constantly compare ourselves to others. In athletics, its am
Lets assume Im an Island
Ive got the bluest waters in the world.
Beaches like cream colored silk.
Great big romantic hotels.
And all around me, Ive got sleek white yachts with rich men insie.
Im New Providence Island. Nassau.
Just 2 hours from Times Squar
Are there any main stylistic differences you see between the writings of these women
and those of the male travel writers we have read in the last two weeks? If so, to what do
you attribute that?
All writers have their own styl
Essay on Ethical Quandaries
Commodifying culture simultaneously preserves, transforms, and destroys it. This is
the fourth quandary on the list created by Cheryl Shanks in Nine Quandaries of Tourism:
Artificial Authenticity and Beyond, an
Travel Photo Description
I have done very little traveling in my life. I have visited Disney Land, San Francisco, Idaho,
and Washington a time or two, but I have very few photos of any of these trips. I do, however, have
Final Paper Sex Tourism Abroad
Some places are known for their inviting cultures, or their delicious foods, others
for their music and dance. These images are not always accurate and often lead to a false
reputation or unrealistic