Dean MacCannell nicely captured an aspect of this problem in his concept ” staged authenticity.” This term refers to the staging of local culture to create an. Loading data.. Open Bottom Panel. Go to previous Content Download this Content Share this Content Add This Content to Favorites Go to next Content. ← →. This chapter reviews the staged authenticity in cultural arrangements beyond tourism and the implications of this relocation, also exploring Dean MacCannell.
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dea The Ethics of Sightseeing. Print Save Cite Email Share. Even though the beginning of tourism can be dated back to ancient Greece and the beginning of the modern era Adler in Chi To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Goffman was meticulous in explaining how much of humanity hangs on the separation of front and back.
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The same can be seen in archaeology. Dean MacCannell formulates his theory of modern tourism and approaches the question of authenticity in The tourist Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here He uses the concept of staged authenticity to explain the tourist experience; people know what they are experiencing is not real and authentic but feel content with it anyway.
University Press Scholarship Online. In his article Enzensberger sees modern tourism still being motivated by romantic ideas of untouched authentic worlds.
Tourist theory, authenticity, and archaeology
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maccannelo Annals of tourism research Notify me of new comments via email. Please, subscribe or login to access full text content. While MacCannell explicitly denies the possibility of authenticity residing in the back regions, Bruner stated that MacCannell believes there is always true and real at the back Publications Pages Publications Pages.
You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Acceding to the Imaginary 10 The Bilbao Effect: The end of modernity, and in a way the advent of postmodernism [although Zygmunt Bauman does not see the transition from modernity to postmodernity to be a form of liberation, but rather the modern becoming self-aware], is often thought to have happened right after the Holocaust Eaglestone Goffman was meticulous in explaining how much of humanity hangs on the separation of front and back.
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