1: -Tourism is the “vehicle of ‘othering’ par excellence”. (Hollinshead, 1998:121)
Drawing on this idea of ‘othering’, explain the concepts of the gaze and Orientalism and discuss how they apply to a tourism context. How relevant are these concepts for explaining power relations between residents and tourists / the wider tourism industry?
TOPIC CHOICE 2: ‘Almost by their very nature, sites historically associated with genocide take on the persona and role of a museum. a place where history is categorized. packaged and then sold to the 21st century visitor (Shirt, 2016:102)
Explain the concept of the Dark Tourism Spectrum, developed by Stone, and, by drawing on the principles developed in the spectrum, discuss the key justifications and approaches to the ‘categorization and packaging’ of dark tourism for the modem-day visitor.
Learning itself is “certainties, data and aptitudes gained by an individual through ordeal or training” (Merriam-Webster). It is the comprehension of some random topic and can be seen either for all intents and purposes or judiciously. Learning can be separated into various speculations and hypotheses because of various convictions individuals may have. These theories can be turned out to be valid as they are defended sensibly through trials or perception. Be that as it may, others can be viewed as unjustified for a specific measure of time. There is a consistent change in information that is acknowledged in light of the fact that the view that individuals have on the world is never written in stone. The manner in which individuals see the world and the things in it changes with time, as they change as an individual or their condition changes too. The reason learning can be acknowledged today and can be disposed of tomorrow is on the grounds that society is motorized at each minute. Some place on the planet>