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Casey, Mark

Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism

Casey, Mark - Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Mark Casey, Thomas Thurnell-Read

Part I. Hegemonic Masculinity, Travel and Tourism

2. Masculinity, Tourism and Adventure in English Nineteenth-Century Travel Fiction
Helen Goodman

3. Heroes and Villains: Travel, Risk and Masculinity
Kristin Lozanski

4. ‘Just Blokes Doing Blokes’ Stuff’: Risk, Gender and the Collective Performance of Masculinity during the Eastern European Stag Tour Weekend
Thomas Thurnell-Read

5. Masculinity and the Gay Games: A Consideration of Hegemonic and Queer Debates
Nigel Jarvis

Part II. Masculinities, Tourism and Identity

6. Working-Class Men’s Masculinities on the Spanish Costas: Watching ITV’s Benidorm

Mark Casey

7. ‘You Get a Reputation If You’re from the Valleys’: The Stigmatisation of Place in Young Working-Class Men’s Lives
Michael R. M. Ward

8. ‘I Don’t Want to Think I Am a Prostitute’: Embodied Geographies of Men, Masculinities and Clubbing in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia
Gordon Waitt, Kevin Markwell

9. Ephemeral Masculinities? Tracking Men, Partners and Fathers in the Geography of Family Holidays
Rosalina Costa

Part III. Sex, Sexuality, Tourism and Masculinity

10. Taiwanese Men’s Wife-Finding Tours in Southeast Asian Countries and China
Chun-Yu Lin

11. Risky Business: How Gender, Race, and Culture Influence the Culture of Risk-Taking among Sex Tourists
Yasmina Katsulis

12. Recognising Homoeroticism in Male Gay Tourism: A Mexican Perspective
J. Carlos Monterrubio, Álvaro López-López

Part IV. Embodying Masculine Travel

13. The Lads Just Playing Away: An Ethnography with England’s Hooligan Fringe during the 2006 World Cup
James Treadwell

14. What is Old and What is New? Representations of Masculinity in Travel Brochures
Monica Gilli, Elisabetta Ruspini

15. Afterword: Men’s Touristic Practices: How Men Think They’re Men and Know Their Place
Hazel Andrews

Keywords: Social Sciences, Gender Studies, Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Sport and Leisure, Tourism Management, Popular Science, general, Regional and Cultural Studies

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Genders and Sexualities in the Social Sciences
Page amount
246 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137341464
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-46511-8

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