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Dracula tourism in Romania: cultural identity and the state



Dracula tourism in Romania: cultural identity and the state



Annals of Tourism Research 34(3): 746-765



The state plays an important role in tourism development, in planning and policymaking, and also as the arbiter of cultural meanings. States choose to encourage forms of tourism that are consistent with their cultural and political identities. But they may have to contend with forms of demand that are beyond their control. "Dracula tourism" in Romania is one example.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2007.03.004


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