7 edition of Tourism and sex found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||edited by Stephen Clift and Simon Carter.|
|Series||Tourism, leisure, and recreation series|
|Contributions||Clift, Stephen, 1952-, Carter, Simon, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||HQ117 .T68 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99025151|
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Considerable attention has also been given to the impact which international tourism has had on the development of commercial sex industries in different destinations around the world.
In particular, serious concerns have been expressed about the role of international tourism in promoting the sexual exploitation of children and young by: The significance of travel and tourism in relation to the international epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections has been widely recognized for many years.
With the appearance of AIDS/HIV, a new impetus has been given to research in this field and to the consideration of practical preventative initiatives targeting international travellers. Sex Tourism examines the issues which emerge from sex worker-client interactions and from tourists visiting 'sex destinations'.
It is a comprehensive summary of past research by academics and original primary and secondary research by the authors and has examples from Asia, Australasia and the authors have generated new models to show different dimensions of sex tourism, which. Book Description.
Explore the complex relationship between tourism and intimacy in this new book with a worldwide perspective. With a unique combination of academic and personal accounts, Sex and Tourism: Journeys of Romance, Love, and Lust takes you behind the scenes with motel owners, adventure travel guides, backpackers, and others working on all sides of the international tourism.
Book Description Sexual spaces, normally inhabited by (mostly) female sex workers, are understood as masculine spaces, and positioned for and around male consumers. However, red light zones and public sex performances in both Thailand and Holland are being explored and visually consumed by female tourists in significant numbers.
Reading about the sex tourism industry in the Caribbean and more specifically the Dominican Republic, I wasn't sure what I would experience.
The book I read was published seven years ago -- so the research was outdated and conditions surely must have improved, I told myself, although deep down I guessed it had not.
“I sat on a toilet watching the water run thinking what an odd thing tourism is. You fly off to a strange land, eagerly abandoning all the comforts of home and then expend vast quantities of time and money in a largely futile effort to recapture the comforts you wouldn’t.
Sex tourism is also believed to benefit both the sex industry and the tourism industry (taxi, hotels, restaurants and airlines). Organizations protecting human rights alert on the negative health, cultural and social effects of sex tourism as it prospers on the basis of economic, social, age and gender inequalities.
In the region, sex tourism is often equated with prostitution; however, young adventurers want to make sex-related travel safe and consensual, and. A survey from conducted by Wanjohi Kibicho in Malindi Kenya from the book Sex Tourism in Africa: Kenya's Booming Industry, found that out of the sex tourists surveyed, 61% were between the ages of(3%) being the youngest age bracket.
Of the background of these women surveyed 22% were from Germany, 19% from Italy, and 15% from. Sex Tourism examines the issues which emerge from sex worker-client interactions and from tourists visiting 'sex destinations'.
It is a comprehensive summary of past research by academics and original primary and secondary research by the authors and has examples from Asia, Australasia and the.
Cheng Yuhe, a middle school literature teacher and founder of a book club for young readers, told state-run newspaper Beijing Daily that although he understands the parents’ concerns, children’s literature is embedded in real life, and as such cannot ignore content like sex and violence.
“A valuable and insightful book about how sex works to both frame encounters between foreign tourists and Brazilian sex workers, and also to complicate and extend the impressions and the relationships that result from those encounters. The focus on male sex workers is welcome and overdue, and the attention to eco-tourism, African-American ‘roots tourism,’ and the way that some client-sex.
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For nearly a decade, Brazil has surpassed Thailand as the world's premier sex tourism destination. As the first full-length ethnography of sex tourism in Brazil, this pioneering study treats sex tourism as a complex and multidimensional phenomenon that involves a range of activities and erotic connections, from sex work to romantic transnational relationships.
In locations around the world, sex tourism is a booming business. What's Love Got to Do with It. is an in-depth examination of the motivations of workers, clients, and others connected to the sex tourism business in Sosúa, a town on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic.
In "Les Moins de Seize Ans", ("The Under 16s"), first published in and reissued inMatzneff was frank about indulging his obsession for underage partners and sex tourism. Sex-tourism was of course something that I knew about from before, but the thought of it as a mean for development had never occurred to me.
Therefore this paper will further explore sex-tourism as a type of tourism, as well as a mean for development when tourism is a part of a country’s development strategy. Sex tourism—travel to engage in sex for money—shares a lengthy and sometimes colorful history with that of adventure travel and tourism in general.
Literature investigating early travel involving sexual encounters includes stories dating to explorations by Columbus in the 15th century. The title of the book that I chose is called The State of Sex: Tourism, Sex, and Sin in the New American Heartland, by Barbara G. Brents, Crystal A. Jackson, and Kathryn Hausbeck.
This book was written in December My family was born in a country where it is known for prostitution, that country is. The story of sex tourism in the Gringo Gulch neighborhood of San José, Costa Rica could be easily cast as the exploitation of poor local women by privileged North American men—men who are in a position to take advantage of the vast geopolitical inequalities that make Latin American women into suppliers of low-cost sexual labor.
But in Gringo Gulch, Megan Rivers-Moore tells a more nuanced. Sex tourism is a large attraction for some people traveling to Costa Rica; prostitution is legal and individuals travel there to buy sex on a regular basis. Sex tours fueled by tourist dollars are becoming more popular and children are available for varying prices.
Traffickers often take advantage of the privacy and anonymity accessible through the hospitality industry. Hotels and motels can be especially attractive locations for all forms of trafficking; however, human trafficking also occurs at sporting events, theme parks, cruise ships, and many other areas in the tourism.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: 1 map ; 24 cm: Contents: Continuities and change: five centuries of prostitution in the Caribbean / Kamala Kempadoo --Fantasy islands: exploring the demand for sex tourism / Julia O'Connell Davidson and Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor --Globalization, tourism, and the international sex.
Bookstore tourism is a type of cultural tourism that promotes independent bookstores as a group travel destination. It started as a grassroots effort to support locally owned and operated bookshops, many of which have struggled to compete with large bookstore chains and online retailers.
The project was initiated in by Larry Portzline, a writer and college instructor in Harrisburg. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Tourism & Sex with Steven Clift Addeddate Closed captioning no Identifier ToursimSex Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle. Dexter read the book, wrote to Horn, took one of Horn's tours to Asia and came back to California to co-found, with Horn, the sex tourism Web site In the city of Natal in northeastern Brazil, several local women negotiate the terms of their intimate relationships with foreign tourists, or gringos, in a situation often referred to as "sex tourism." These women have different experiences, but they share a similar desire to "escape" the social conditions of their lives in Brazil.
Based on original ethnographic research and presented in. Sex sells. Or, perhaps it would be more accurate to say that sex sells things. The saturation of our society with sex and sexuality is more a marketing tool than a wholesale breakdown in “family values” that the religious right constantly frets about.
The sheen and illusion of sex is attached to all manner of [ ]. Economies of Desire: Sex and Tourism in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. In this Book. Additional Information.
Economies of Desire: Sex and Tourism in Cuba and the Dominican Republic Buy This Book in Print. Project MUSE Mission. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through.