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Film can represent locations and portray tourist practices in various ways dependent on storylines, characters and genres. Most research into the influence of film on tourism, for example Riley and Van Doren (1992); Tooke and Baker ...
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Ku ̈nzler, H. (1999) Save Notting Hill. OnWWW at http://www.wahnsinn.com/ trend fax/london/07.1999/texte/lifestyle.html. Accessed 18.4.04. Law, L., Bunnell, T. and Ong, Ch. (2007) The Beach, the gaze and film tourism. Tourist Studies 7 ...
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This study has a focus on the tourist experience and tourists' actions at film sites across a range of countries and cultures. Reijnders brought together an international team to understand film-induced tourism and the experience in ...
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was the story of colonial dispossession, cultural loss, and sociopolitical exclusion; what the film realized so poignantly and powerfully was not just the gap between an idealized tradition and contemporary social devastation but also ...
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Data collected and analysed through the blog research revealed not only what motivates film-induced tourists, but that the issues of displacement and authenticity are clearly something that matter to such tourists.
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The tourist pays for travel, food, hotels, motels, campground spaces, camping equipment, cameras, film, film processing, recreational vehicles, souvenirs, maps, guides, wash-andwear clothing, packaged tours, traveler's checks and travel ...
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Accepting that film spectators/TV viewerscan be described similarly to Urry's definition of tourists, as 'collector[s] of signs', and thatin contemporary society the tourist islikely also to bea film spectator/television viewer, ...
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'The Beach, the gaze and film tourism' (L. Law, T. Bunnell and C. Ong (2007) Tourist Studies) Using the film The Beach (based on Alex Garland's book of the same title), this article explores the role of the tourist gaze in film tourism ...
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The significance of this scene, in which the gaze of the tourist and the perspective of the film camera overlap in a site of conflict and surveillance, is not apparent until the end of the film. The film's end is signaled by a return to ...
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The islanders, out of sheer willingness to be agreeable, had posed and acted for movie breast hunters, ... Spies choreographed for the film the Kecak, the so-called “monkey dance,” which became a tourist staple (and presumed by many, ...