Japanese tourists and Indonesia : images of Self and Other in the age of kokusaika (internationalization)
The case study in the following chapters has been inspired by both anthropology and Asian studies as interdisciplinary area studies. It is a study of the way in which the Other (the local people's lives and culture or the ’hosts') is represented in relation to the meaning system of the Self (tourists1 or ’guests’) in the limited context of tourism. This is studied through the representation of'Indonesia' in Japanese travel brochures, paying particular attention to the the relationship...[Show more]
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