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Figures Tables Preface 1 Tourism and Postcolonialism: An Introduction - Michael Hall and Hazel Tucker 2 Tourism and New Sense: Worldmaking and the Enunciative Value of Tourism - Keith Hollinshead 3 Saying the Same Old Things: A Contemporary Travel Discourse and the Popular Magazine Text - Beverley Ann Simmons 4 Cultural Tourism in Post-Colonial Environments: Negotiating Histories, Ethnicities and Authenticities in St. Vincent, Eastern Caribbean - David Duval 5 About Romance and Reality: European Imagery in Postcolonial Tourism in Southern Africa - Harry Wels 6 Post-Apartheid Monuments: The Visual Representation of Heritage and Cultural Tourism - Sabine Marschall 7 Tourism and British Colonial Heritage in Malaysia and Singapore - Joan C. Henderson 8 Levuka, Fiji, a colonial town for neo-colonial tourism - David Fisher 9 Neocolonialism, Dependency and External Control of Africa's Tourism Industry: A Case Study of Wildlife Safari Tourism in Kenya - John S. Akama 10 Postcolonial Conflict inherent in the involvement of Cultural Tourism in Creating New National Myths in Hong Kong - Hilary du Cros 11 Globalization as neocolonialist tourism - Reiner Jaakson 12 Conclusions -Hazel Tucker and Michael Hall References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Tourism, Tourism Social aspects, Postcolonialism