A special issue of Tourism Geographies
Migration, Tourism and Social Sustainability
Jaeyeon Choe (Bournemouth University)
Peter Lugosi (Oxford Brookes University)
Tourism Geographies Vol. 24, No. 2, Mar/Apr 2022 - SPECIAL ISSUE: Critical Tourism Studies - Asia Pacific (tentative)
- Special Issue Introduction: Tourism Geographies in the “Asian Century” - Harng Luh Sin, Mary Mostafanezhad, Joseph M. Cheer (forthcoming)
- Critical tourism studies: new directions for volatile times - Chris Gibson - Anthropocene, climate change, capitalism, financialisation, mobility, embodiment, overtourism
- ‘Asianizing the field’: questioning Critical Tourism Studies in Asia - T. C. Chang - Critical Tourism Studies (CTS), Critical Asian Tourism Studies (CATS), Asia, research, knowledge, epistemology
- Decentring scholarship through learning with/from each ‘other’ - Hazel Tucker & Stuart Hayes - Western-centrism, tourism education, tourism pedagogy, international students, ‘other’ knowledges
- What western tourism concepts obscure: intersections of migration and tourism in Indonesia - Kathleen M. Adams - Heritage tourism, local knowledge, migration, story-telling, critical tourism studies, Indonesia, Toraja
- Becoming Airbnbeings: on datafication and the quantified Self in tourism. - OPEN ACCESS - Claudio Minca & Maartje Roelofsen - Airbnb, biopolitics, algorithms, digital tourism, datafication, surveillance capitalism
- Going on holiday only to come home: making happy families in Singapore - Yinn Shan Cheong & Harng Luh Sin - Family tourism, family ideology, everyday geographies, feminist ethics of care, familial relationships, Singapore
- Food safety and tourism in Singapore: between microbial Russian roulette and Michelin stars - Nicole Tarulevicz & Can Seng Ooi - Singapore, food safety, food tourism, tourism history, Michelin stars, fine dining, hawkers
- Linkages between tourist resorts, local food production and the sustainable development goals - Regina Scheyvens & Gabriel Laeis - food, agriculture, fisheries, tourism, SDGs, Fiji, SIDS, MNCs, tourist resorts
- The materiality of air pollution: Urban political ecologies of tourism in Thailand - Mary Mostafanezhad - Air pollution, tourism, urban political ecology, new materialism, environmental narratives, Thailand
- Visitor diversification in pilgrimage destinations: comparing national and international visitors through means-end - Ricardo Nicolas Progano, Kumi Kato & Joseph M. Cheer - pilgrimage, tourism, nationality, Japan, Kumano Kodo, means-end
- Ontological mingling and mapping: Chinese tourism researchers’ experiences at international conferences - Jundan Jasmine Zhang & Carol Xiaoyue Zhang - Positionality, critical tourism studies, non-Western methodologies, international conferences, qualitative studies
- Tourism studies is a geopolitical instrument: Conferences, Confucius Institutes, and ‘the Chinese Dream’ - Ian Rowen - Tourism studies, geopolitics, China, Chinese Dream, Confucius Institute, Australia, China-Australia relations, tourism geopolitics, knowledge production
- Afterword: a critical reckoning with the ‘Asian Century’ in the shadow of the anthropocene - Tim Oakes - Anthropocene, more-than-human geographies, critical tourism studies, Asian Century, geopolitics, politics of knowledge - (commentary)
Original Call for Papers
Contemporary economic, environmental, technological, political and societal developments have driven global mobility whilst simultaneously raising new challenges and questions regarding social and cultural aspects of sustainability. We invite authors to examine issues pertaining to sustainability and the nexus of migration and tourism. We are particularly interested in work considering the complexities of trends, challenges and opportunities around migration and tourism, which remain a relatively minor part in academic research. For example, large numbers of migrants have moved to destinations such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau and Dubai for work in the tourism, hospitality and leisure sectors, which raise numerous issues concerning wellbeing, quality of life, integration, the distribution of power and resources, employment conditions, education, the provision of basic infrastructure and services, governance, justice and human rights, which have yet to be fully examined.
We invite contributions from a variety of disciplines and fields including anthropology, cultural/human geography, sociology, psychology, economics, and migration, hospitality, leisure, event and tourism studies. Papers submitted to this special issue may consider topics that include:
Authors interested in contributing to the special issue should send (200-300 word long) abstracts to Jaeyeon Choe (email@example.com) by the 15th of December. Those submitting abstracts can expect to receive feedback on their potential submissions within 2 weeks.
Further details of the journal’s submission guidelines can be found here: http://www.tgjournal.com/notes-for-authors.html
The deadline for submitting manuscripts for the special issue is the 15th of March, 2019.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
- Jeayeon Choe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Peter Lugosi