Rethinking mobilities: is tourism dying?

Main Article Content

Autores

Maximiliano Korstanje

Resumen

The present essay-review explores the conceptual limitations of mobility as an all encompassing theory, which explains why thousand of citizens are unable to make tourism worldwide. Imagining tourism as a massindustry not only rests on a great fallacy but also ignores the effects of last financial crisis in global economies. Only less 1% of total population in the world has the necessary resources to vacation abroad. We need to rethink  mobilities in terms of the great asymmetries caused by capitalism, where behaviour of few  ones is ideologically presented as the guiding values to follow. Like chivalry in Middle Age, mobility and tourism are privileges for global mobile elite alone.

Article Details

Licencia

Creative Commons License
Esta obra está bajo licencia internacional Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 4.0.

Los autores conservan los derechos de autor y garantizan a la revista el derecho de ser la primera publicación del trabajo. Se utiliza una Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-CompartirIgual.

Referencias

Bauman, Z. (1998a). Globalization: The human consequences. New York: Columbia University Press.

Bauman, Z. (1998b). On glocalization: Or globalization for some, localization for some others. Thesis Eleven, 54(1), 37-49.

Buell, F. (1998). National Culture and the New Global System. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Castel, R. (2000). The roads to disaffiliation: insecure work and vulnerable relationships. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 24(3), 519-535.

Dann, G., & Jacobsen, J. (2003). Leading the tourist by the nose. In G. M. S. Dann (Eds.), The tourist as a metaphor of the social World. New York: CABI.

Germann Molz, J. (2014). Travel Connection: tourism. Technology and togetherness in a mobile World. New York: Routledge.

Gillespie, A. (2006). Tourist photography and the reverse gaze. Ethos, 34(3), 343-346

Hannam, K., Sheller, M., & Urry, J. (2006). Editorial:Mobilities, immobilities and moorings. Mobilities,1(1), 1-22.

Huizinga, J. (1999). The waning of the Middle Ages. New Jersey: Courier Dover Publications. Ingold, T. (2011). Being alive: Essays on movement, knowledge and description. London: Taylor y Francis.

Korstanje, M. E. (2011a). The fear of travelling: a new perspective for tourism and hospitality. Anatolia,2(2), 222-233.

Korstanje, M. (2011b). Primer ensayo de filosofía del turismo, el nacimiento de la Calesita. Turydes: Revista de Investigación en Turismo y Desarrollo Local, 4(10), 1-9.

Korstanje, M. (2014). Individuación, precariedad, inseguridad: ¿desinstitucionalización del presente? International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 5(4), 454-456.

Korstanje, M. E., Tzanelli, R., & Clayton, A.(2014). Brazilian World Cup 2014: Terrorism, tourism, and social conflict. Event Management, 18(4), 487-491.

Korstanje, M. E., & Skoll, G. (2013). Special section: The dialectics of borders, empires and limens. Rosa dos Ventos, 5(1), 77-185.

Lash, S. M., Urry, S. L. J., & Urry, J. (1993). Economies of signs and space (Vol. 26). London: Sage.

MacCannell, D. (1999). The Tourist: A New Theory of the Leisure Class. New York: Schocken Books Inc.

Skoll, G. (2011). Travel Insecurity in North America: the Mexico-US border. International Journal of Safety and Security in Tourism, 1(1), 44-63.

Parro I. (2010). La imagen de los vagabundos en la prensa. Persistencia de un estereotipo inmemorial. Aposta Digital, Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 44(1), 1-17.

Sheller, M., & Urry, J. (2004). Tourism mobilities: places to play, places in play. London: Routledge.

Sennett, R. (2011). The corrosion of character: The personal consequences of work in the new capitalism. New York: WW Norton y Company.

Urry, J., & Larsen, J. (2011). The tourist gaze 3.0. London: Sage.

Urry, J. (2002). The Tourist Gaze. London: Sage.

Urry, J. (2007). Introduction: mobile cultures. Viajes y Geografías, 14(811), 17-32.

Descargas

La descarga de datos todavía no está disponible.