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Symbolic significance of textile crafts for tourists

, : Symbolic significance of textile crafts for tourists. Annals of Tourism Research 17(2): 228-245

Consumer goods acquire symbolic value and serve many purposes for their owners. Exploration of the meaning that crafts hold for tourists strengthens the understanding of tourist behaviour and contributes to craftsmen's/craftswomen's knowledge of potential customers.

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DOI: 10.1016/0160-7383(90)90085-6

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