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Framing the land of the Northern Lights / Paul White; Nigel Morgan; Annette Pritchard; Bente Heimtun

Annals of Tourism Research, Volume: 78, Start page: 102739

Swansea University Author: Paul, White

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Developing affinities between the production and consumption of people and place is crucial for the promotion of tourism. This paper troubles front and backstage distinctions of place and its media representation to examine how destinations are framed and explore the power of the imaginary in shapin...

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Published in: Annals of Tourism Research
ISSN: 01607383
Published: 2019
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