Transformative Travel in a Mobile World

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CABI, Dec 23, 2015 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
This book presents the re-theorisation of travel and transformation. It explores the factors that influence the behaviours of a traveller, how these become entwined in experiences and how travel experiences continue on a traveller’s return. It uses the notion of transformation to redevelop the temporal and spatial boundaries of physical travel, develop a model for unpacking transformation and to look at new methods in the exploration of travel research.
 

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Contents

Mobilizing Travel and Transformation
1
Nicole
12
Investigating Transformative Travel A Mobile Embodied and Sensual Approach
17
Andrew
31
Before
40
Tegan
58
Travels through Mobile Spaces Places and Landscapes A Sensual Essay
69
Carita
160
During
165
Evelyn
194
After
202
Afterword
236
References
241
Index
253
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Garth Lean is at University of Western Sydney, Australia

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