Edited by Robin Nunkoo
Chapter 5: Critical inquiry in tourism and hospitality research
Critical inquiry, while relatively new to tourism studies, presents a powerful opportunity to address the negative impacts of tourism around the world. It offers the chance to move beyond describing the good, bad and ugly of tourism to understanding (and transforming) the ideological structures and power inequalities upon which it is often based.
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