“Where were you last summer?”
Download
1 / 44

“Where were you last summer?” “In Majorca.” “Where is that?” “I don’t know, I flew there.” - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 288 Views
  • Uploaded on

“Where were you last summer?” “In Majorca.” “Where is that?” “I don’t know, I flew there.”. Americans and Geography. Push/Pull Sunlust Wanderlust. What Makes Us Travel?. Travel Motivation Theory Wanderlust A desire to learn To seek an unknown place Also called “seeking” Sunlust

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' “Where were you last summer?” “In Majorca.” “Where is that?” “I don’t know, I flew there.”' - Donna


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Slide1 l.jpg

“Where were you last summer?”

“In Majorca.”

“Where is that?”

“I don’t know, I flew there.”

Americans and Geography


What makes us travel l.jpg

What Makes Us Travel?


Gray 1970 l.jpg

  • Travel Motivation Theory

  • Wanderlust

    • A desire to learn

    • To seek an unknown place

    • Also called “seeking”

  • Sunlust

    • A desire for rest and relaxation

    • To find specific facilities that do not exist at the place of residence

    • Also called “escaping”

Gray (1970)


Practically speaking l.jpg

Practically Speaking


Time distance l.jpg

Time & Distance


Border l.jpg

  • Political (

  • Social/Economic

  • Temporal

  • Topographical/Geographical

  • Mental/State of Mind

  • Artificial

Border


The image a guide to pseudo events in america l.jpg

The ImageA Guide to Pseudo-Events in America


Sight l.jpg

Sight


Terms l.jpg

  • Authenticity modern art was worth visiting, which building was important or which vineyard had the best grapes?

  • Cultural Imperialism

  • Intervening Opportunity

  • Site/Sight

  • The Grand Tour

  • The Package Tour

Terms


Sight marker l.jpg

  • We need a sign to say that a vineyard is Mondovi modern art was worth visiting, which building was important or which vineyard had the best grapes?

  • We need a marker to indicate which building is a Van der Rohe

  • We need a marker to tell us which is a Matisse (and even why Matisse is important)

Sight/Marker


Why iyhw l.jpg

Why IYHW?


Myths l.jpg

Myths


Tourism l.jpg

  • Tourists countries, mass tourism perpetrates themseek the unique

  • Mass tourism packages the unique

  • Culture and geography are reduced to a few standard elements

  • Tourist learns these before he begins his tour…

Tourism


Selective awareness l.jpg

Selective Awareness


Mass tourism l.jpg

Mass Tourism


Slide16 l.jpg

???


Sightseeing l.jpg

Sightseeing


Sightseeing18 l.jpg

Sightseeing


Sightseeing19 l.jpg

Sightseeing


Strength through joy kraft durch freude kdf l.jpg

Strength through Joy“Kraft durch Freude” (KdF)


Strength through joy kraft durch freude kdf21 l.jpg

I wish that the worker be granted a sufficient holiday and that everything is done, in order to let this holiday as well all other leisure time to be truly recreational.

Strength through Joy“Kraft durch Freude” (KdF)


Strength through joy kraft durch freude kdf22 l.jpg

Strength through Joy“Kraft durch Freude” (KdF)


Strength through joy kraft durch freude kdf23 l.jpg

Strength through Joy“Kraft durch Freude” (KdF)


The case of torremolinos l.jpg

  • Fishing Village in Spain public for travel

  • Destination for the “beautiful people”

  • Discovered by Hitler

  • Catered to Germans

  • Forgotten for other destinations

The Case of Torremolinos


The word tourism l.jpg

The Word “Tourism”


The grand tour l.jpg

  • 17 public for travel th and 18th centuries

  • Diplomats, businessmen and scholars, wealthy young men

  • Three year trip was common

The Grand Tour


The grand tour27 l.jpg

The Grand Tour


The grand tour legacy l.jpg

The Grand Tour (Legacy)


Mass tourism29 l.jpg

  • The Package Tour knowledge of the places visited, including languages and detailed traditions

    • Combined transportation, lodgings, sightseeing, money exchange, etc.

    • First organized by Thomas Cook (1841)

    • Cook organized them to allow people to attend temperance meetings (of the Baptist church)

    • Cook negotiated a special fare due to the large number of people

Mass Tourism


Mass tourism30 l.jpg

  • Cook organized a tour to Paris in 1855 for the expo knowledge of the places visited, including languages and detailed traditions

  • By 1864, Cook had offices in Rome, New York, London, Paris and other major cities

  • Mass tourism is directly connected to religious tourism

Mass Tourism


Religious pilgrimages l.jpg

  • The first true mass tourists were religious pilgrims knowledge of the places visited, including languages and detailed traditions

  • For reasons of safety, traveling in mass was advisable

  • The average person worked too hard to afford the time to travel (unless for a religious reason)

Religious Pilgrimages


Pilgrimages l.jpg

Pilgrimages


Religion and tourism l.jpg

Religion and Tourism


Cohen s typology l.jpg

Cohen’s Typology


Organized mass tourist l.jpg

  • novelty believers and non-believers/FAMILIARITY

    • Least adventurous – prefers “microenvironment” of home country

    • Guided tour (in air-conditioned bus)

    • Fixed trip itinerary (makes few, if any, decisions)

    • Package deal tourism is just another item to buy like a suit or a ballgame ticket

Organized Mass Tourist


Individual mass tourist l.jpg

  • Novelty believers and non-believers/FAMILIARITY

    • Not bound to a group, but…

      • Most arrangements still made through some kind of tourist-related agency

      • Most of experiences are the same as the OMT- sticks to well-charted territory

      • Novelty is somewhat more important, although it is typically routine novelty

      • A bit more spontaneous??

Individual Mass Tourist


Explorer l.jpg

  • Novelty believers and non-believers/Familiarity

    • Makes own arrangements (alone)

    • Deviates from tried and true routes (although accommodations and transportation are still usually westernized)

    • Leaves “environmental bubble” but it is never out of sight

Explorer


The explorer l.jpg

The Explorer


The explorer39 l.jpg

The Explorer


The drifter l.jpg
The Drifter (hence the name) “discovers” new places and new


The drifter41 l.jpg

  • A genuine modern phenomenon (a modern take on the Grand Tour, without the formal educational component)

    • Young

    • Usually a student

    • A child of affluence (although he usually reacts against it)

    • Moves around the world in search of new experiences

    • Once done, usually rejoins the establishment

The Drifter


The drifter42 l.jpg

  • No itinerary Tour, without the

  • No purpose

  • Wants to prolong travels (often to avoid “growing up”)

  • Not concerned with bodily comforts

  • Prefers “kindred souls” to the host country’s elite

The Drifter


Drifter l.jpg

  • NOVELTY Tour, without the /familiarity

    • Shuns connections with other tourists or the tourist establishment

    • Considers tourist experience to be phony

    • “Lives” in host community, gets odd-jobs to make money, has no time schedule

    • Adopts their language, customs, food, clothing

    • Rejects his home culture almost completely (save memories of dear relatives or very important traditions)

Drifter


Ideas related to sustainable tourism l.jpg

See Tour, without the Your World.

Learn Your World.

Protect Your World.

Ideas Related to Sustainable Tourism


ad