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Chapter 3: Constructionism: the making of meaning in tourism and hospitality research
This chapter introduces constructionism as a guiding paradigm in tourism research, where reality and knowledge are viewed as constructions, generated through interaction and interpretation. It can help in critiquing social discourses, explaining the process of participants’ knowledge creation, and guiding research that places participants and their experiences as central.
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