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By G. Dann

ISBN-10: 1846639883

ISBN-13: 9781846639883

At the moment there's considerable proof of the quasi-total domination of the sociology and anthropology of tourism via lecturers from the English-speaking international, a state of affairs that looks to be aided and abetted via the publishers of books and articles in that language. This quantity is the 1st test of its style to familiarise readers within the US, united kingdom, Australia and the English talking areas of Africa and Asia with such evolutionary considering. In this kind of demeanour, additionally, will probably be attainable to figure, contextualize and higher relish the eu roots of next theorising within the Anglophone global, thereby permitting a extra actual overview of its hitherto unchallenged claims to originality.

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Leugger is a more or less forgotten name, whose work could be seen as a meeting point between the more conventional development in the framework of Verkehr (Traffic/Transport) and a broad range of interests appearing in those years in Europe, especially in Germany, since he took into consideration the attitude of the German Studienkreis fu¨r Tourismus, the new sociological ideas of Dahrendorf (a noted conflict theorist) and Setting the Scene 33 Knebel himself (Leugger 1956, 1958, 1966), as well as works translated into German, like the contributions from the key French scholar, Joffre´ Dumazedier.

The European Laboratory. While the overwhelming direction of tourism leading to so-called ‘‘mass tourism’’ in the post-World War II era does not require demonstration, the period between the two world wars is more contested. Indeed, the intervening decades, especially the 1930s, constituted a key phase in the development of tourism that is essential for an overall understanding. Up to that point, those writing grand histories did not care very much about tourism, to the extent that the development of the phenomenon, even during the Great Depression, was only indirectly acknowledged by general historical analysis.

Following this reasoning, so-called scientific objectivity and value freedom would also be ideological. Tourism also is obviously not a neutral field; indeed tourism social studies constitute a kind of litmus paper for ideological attitudes. ’’ This observation is even more valid for tourism. The scientific systematization of tourism is not so quietly assessed in the four platforms of ideological attitudes suggested by Jafari (1987), to which a fifth of tourism development can be added, critically joined by a sixth represented by ethics (Macbeth 2005).

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