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Reconstructed ethnicity: tourism and cultural identity in Third World communities

Reconstructed ethnicity: tourism and cultural identity in Third World communities

Annals of Tourism Research 11(3): 375-391

The thesis of this paper is that ethnicity is produced by group-level interactions and ethnic forms evolve as a result of changing structural relations between groups and rhetorical explanations and accounts of inter-group similarities and differences. The evidence for this argument is composed mainly of statements made by leaders and representatives of one group about other groups, and responses to such statements.

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DOI: 10.1016/0160-7383(84)90028-8

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