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Caribbean cruise tourism. Globalization at sea



Caribbean cruise tourism. Globalization at sea



Annals of Tourism Research 27(2): 345-370



After documenting the rapid expansion of the global cruise industry, this paper explores three central manifestations of globalization at work in the Caribbean cruise industry: the restructuring of the industry in the face of global competition, capital mobility, and labour migration; new patterns of global ethnic recruitment and stratification, including their incorporation into the product marketed to tourists; and deterritorialization, cultural theming, and simulation.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0160-7383(99)00073-0



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