Khoo-Lattimore, Catheryn

Asian Qualitative Research in Tourism

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Table of contents

1. Locating Asian Research and Selves in Qualitative Tourism Research
Paolo Mura, Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore

Part I. The Move Away Towards an Asian Research Paradigm

2. Tourism Studies and the Metaphysics of Presence: Matters of Ontology and the Enlightened Eye
Keith Hollinshead, Rukeya Suleman

3. Tourism Studies and the Lost Mandates of Knowing: Matters of Epistemology for the Inscriptive/Projective Industry
Keith Hollinshead, Rukeya Suleman

4. Beyond Theorising: Distinguishing Between the Limitations of Critical Theory and the Researcher
Joo-Ee Gan

5. Situating Asian Tourism Ontologies, Epistemologies and Methodologies: From Colonialism to Neo-colonialism
Sarah N. R. Wijesinghe, Paolo Mura

6. How Could We Be Non-Western? Some Ontological and Epistemological Ponderings on Chinese Tourism Research
Jundan (Jasmine) Zhang

Part II. Researching the Asian Way: Methodologies and Methods

7. Qualitative Research Skill Training: Learning Ethnography in the Field
Stuart Hayes, Hazel Tucker

8. Working and Traveling in New Zealand: A Reflective Narrative in the Field
Hongrui Zhu, Hazel Tucker, Tara Duncan

9. The Qualitative Other: An Autoethnography
Matias Thuen Jørgensen

10. Understanding Ethnography: An ‘Exotic’ Ethnographer’s Perspective
Mayukh Dewan

11. Utilising Collaborative Autoethnography in Exploring Affinity Tourism: Insights from Experiences in the Field at Gardens by the Bay
Josephine Pryce, Hayley Pryce

12. Co-construction in the Study of Trade Union Movements in the Nepalese Tourism Industry Using a Grounded Theory Approach
Sandeep Basnyat

Part III. Asian Introspection and Reflexivity in Research

13. Qualitative Research in Tourism: Reflections of an Asian Researcher
Sushila Devi S. Rajaratnam

14. Black on Brown: Research Paradoxes for Black Scholars Working in Ethnic Communities
Samuel Adeyinka-Ojo, Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore

15. Prophet or Profit? Emotional Reflections on Indonesian Tourism
Dini Mariska, Eric Jacob Shelton

16. “When in Rome Do as the Romans Do”? A Reflective Account on Methodological Approach During PhD Journey
Vahideh Abaeian

Keywords: Business and Management, Tourism Management, Research Methodology, Asian Culture

Publication year
Perspectives on Asian Tourism
Page amount
18 pages
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