Table of contents for Tourism and postcolonialism : contested discourses, identities and representations / [edited by] C. Michael Hall & Hazel Tucker.

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1 	Tourism and Postcolonialism: An Introduction - Michael Hall and Hazel 
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. 
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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Tourism, Tourism Social aspects, Postcolonialism