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Dark Tourism - the guide to dark travel destinations around the world. This is the "original", the "classic" work on dark tourism, the first publication in book form which features the term 'dark tourism' in the title. Some parts of the book thus have a very "cobbled together" feel to them, which is quite probably due to the fact that it WAS indeed largely cobbled together from such earlier work. Having been in the "business" of academia myself for many years, albeit for the most part in a different field see academic background , I can detect the telltale signs of this, as well as the hallmarks of a book edited under great time pressure either from the publisher or the academic institutions involved, or, most likely, both. Other signs of insufficient editing are some of the inaccuracies, especially regarding place names in Poland or Germany where, for instance Oranienburg near Berlin becomes "Dranenburg", p
PDF | On Oct 1, , Wayne William Smith published Dark Tourism: The Attraction of Death and By John Lennon and Malcom Foley.
The present chapter reviews part of the literature that focuses on dark tourism and dark consumption. The main theories were placed under the critical lens of scrutiny. Like Dark Tourist, the Netflix documentary assessed in this chapter, this academic perspective accepts that the tourist's experience is the only valid source of information to understand the phenomenon. Rather, we hold the thesis that far from being a local trend, dark tourism evinces a morbid drive which not only emerges recently but involves other facets and spheres of society.
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I had a sense of what the topic entailed, and it turns out to be even more fascinating than I suspected. Why do some people like to visit the sites of tragedies? What is the attraction of ghost tours? Why are memorials popular destinations for tourists?
Beyond the Shades of Darkness. Dark tourism scholarship, so far, has mostly confined itself to European interpretations of rituals and death. This study aims at analyzing the phenomenon of dark tourism in the context of a non-Western and religious setting in India focusing specifically on tourist interest and perceptions. In simple terms, it can be understood as the act of travel to sites that are somehow associated with death, suffering, and tragedy.
The Palgrave Handbook of Dark Tourism Studies will appeal to students and scholars with an interest in aspects of memorialisation and morality in sociology, death studies, history, geography, cultural studies, philosophy, psychology, business management, museology and heritage tourism studies, politics, religious studies, and anthropology. The Palgrave Handbook of Dark Tourism Studies hits the sweet spot between accessibility and scholarly sophistication and balances the specific with the general and theoretical. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.
Dark tourism sometimes referred to as thanatourism has become established in the last decade as a niche tourism area. Death, suffering, visitation and tourism have been interrelated for many centuries Foley and Lennon, a; Seaton, Indeed for many years, humans have been attracted to sites and events that are associated with death, disaster, suffering, violence and killing.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Dark tourism is the act of travel and visitation to sites, attractions and exhibitions that re present death, disaster or the seemingly macabre. This paper examines the relationship between dark tourism consumption and mortality within contemporary society.
Dark tourism also Thana tourism, black tourism , morbid tourism or grief tourism has been defined as tourism involving travel to places historically associated with death and tragedy.
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