3 edition of Tourism discourse found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Crispin Thurlow, Adam Jaworski.|
|Contributions||Jaworski, Adam, 1957-|
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 .T495 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009046586|
In English tourism promotional discourse, the direct imperative style of persuasion draws the reader into the discourse. The textual description unfolds as if the reader is travelling through it not only as a spectator but more importantly as an active â€˜actorâ€™ and a dynamic â€˜performerâ€™.Cited by: 7. For the former, discourse is any “talk and text” that frames and shapes and/or is resultant from human aspirations, intentions, reflections, and actions. Many scholars studying power -related issues in tourism build their theoretical foundations on Foucault’s () notion of the performativity of discourses and Fairclough’s (
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For the first time ever, this book brings together an explicit linkage between empirical and theoretical perspectives on tourism and discourse. A broad social semiotic approach is adopted to analyze a range of spoken, written and visual texts providing a unique resource for researching and teaching tourism in the context of communication : Channel View Publications. This text explores tourism websites as mediums of identity construction and promotion. As interactive modes of communication, tourism websites for nations, cities, and attractions function critically in the new capitalism as calls for social action in contributing to economic and .
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Tourism Discourse offers new insights into the role of spoken, written and visual discourse in representing and producing tourism as a global cultural industry. With a view to the interplay between the symbolic and Tourism discourse book orders of global mobility, the book is grounded in.
ADAM JAWORSKI is Professor at the Centre for Language and Communication Research, Cardiff University, UK. His books include Discourse, Communication and Tourism (, with Annette Pritchard), The Discourse Reader () and The New Sociolinguistics Reader (Palgrave Macmillan, ) (both with Nik Coupland).Cited by: This book will be useful for academics working in the field of multimodal analysis, corpus linguistics, cross-cultural marketing, and cross-cultural studies, and for students of tourism, communication, and marketing studies.
Her main research interests are tourism discourse, corpus linguistics and the study of meaning, and intercultural. Innovative Perspectives on Tourism Discourse is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the role of language and linguistics in the travel industry.
Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as intercultural communication, adventure travel, and tourism marketing, this publication is an ideal resource for.
Official Tourism Websites: A Discourse Analysis Perspective investigates the construction and promotion of identity of tourist locales by the designers of the official websites for destinations such as Santiago de Compostela, Spain; the Baltic states of Latvia and Estonia; New Orleans, Louisiana and Gary, Indiana; Myanmar/Burma; US Sports Halls of Fame; and, in recognizing the influence and.
The discourse of tourism is a discourse of identity construction, promotion, contestation and acceptance. It is a discourse created through linguistic and visual texts and increasingly today, through the internet on a whole range of travel-related websites, including those of destination management organisations and a plethora of social networking by: What the book is: a collection of very interesting case studies that nicely exemplify aspects of the tourism discourse such as the use of metaphors, the importance of visual semiotics and the active use of texts for constructing destinations as places worth visiting; an important contribution to understanding the political nature of tourism Pages: tourist discourse are reached.
The monument or destination promoted is portrayed by means of language and image, both separately and together, in order to persuade readers to become visitors. Claudia Elena Stoian’s book, The Discourse of Tourism and National Heritage: A Contrastive Study from a Cultural Perspective, aims to.
Tourism discourse is a domain whe re the combination of both verbal and visual communication evidently cont ri butes to the achievement of the final aim: language, images and sounds are Author: Elena Manca. Persuasion in Tourism Discourse book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Tourism is more than just a leisure or professional activi 2/5. Tourism impacts on locations in many ways - socially, environmentally, culturally, and economically. This book examines some well established controversies in tourism and some newly emerging controversial aspects associated with tourism as an activity and a business.
Controversies involving clashes between visitors and host communities, the rights and wrongs of eco-tourism, the impacts of mega. In contemporary discourse, tourism has been defined as a discourse of identity construction, promotion, acceptance and recognition which is created through the manipulation and creation of visual.
Tourism Discourse offers new insights into the role of spoken, written and visual discourse in representing and producing tourism as a global cultural industry. With a view to the interplay between the symbolic and economic orders of global mobility, the book is grounded in empirically-based studies of key tourism : Get this from a library.
Tourism discourse: language and global mobility. [Crispin Thurlow; Adam Jaworski] -- The authors of this book present an analysis of the role of spoken, written and visual discourse in producing tourism as a global cultural industry.
Framed by the symbolic and economic orders of. Tourism Discourse offers new insights into the role of spoken, written and visual discourse in representating and producing tourism as a global cultural industry.
With a view to the interplay between the symbolic and economic orders of global mobility, the book is grounded in empirically-based studies of key tourism genres. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Indeed Tourism Discourse will prove a welcome addition to the scholarly conversation.' - Raymond Oenbring, Discourse & Society. Book Description. Tourism Discourse offers new insights into the role of spoken, written and visual discourse in representing and producing tourism as 4/5(1).
Framed by the symbolic and economic orders of global mobility, Tourism Discourse presents an empirically-based discussion of language ideologies and host-tourist relations in contemporary tourism. Each chapter investigates a different tourism genre: inflight magazines, trade signs and business cards, tourists' postcard messages, television.
The third edition of The Discourse Reader is a key resource for all students of discourse analysis in a wide range of disciplines from linguistics to communication studies, Language, Image, Space () and co-author of Tourism Discourse: The Language of Global Mobility ().
'The best book on discourse analysis just got better. Tourism has become increasingly shaped by neoliberal policies, yet the consequences of this neoliberalisation are relatively under-explored.
This book provides a wide-ranging inquiry into the particular manifestations of different variants of neoliberalism, highlighting its uneven geographical development and the changing dynamics of neoliberal policies in order to explain and evaluate the.
This book examines the role and nature of language and communication in tourism as a global cultural industry. The book consists of six major chapters presented in two parts. Part I examines touristic textual practices such as inflight magazines (Chapter 1), trade signs and business cards in Gambia (Chapter 2) and holiday postcards (Chapter 3).Cited by: This book addresses one of the most central, yet criticised, solutions for international tourism promotion, namely translation.
It brings together theory and practice, explores the various challenges involved in translating tourism promotional materials (TPMs), and puts forward a sustainable solution capable of achieving maximum impact in the industry and : M Zain Sulaiman, Rita Pierina Wilson.section), shapes tourism and the tourist experience.
Secondly, it asks how tourism shapes and has shaped our discourses about peoples and places over time. More specifically, the book examines how discourse and communication shape the identities of hosts, tourists, destinations and tourist attractions, modes of transport, and so on.