Asian Qualitative Research in Tourism
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This book explores the ontologies, epistemologies, methodologies, and methods that inform tourism qualitative research conducted either by Asian scholars or non-Asian scholars focusing on Asia. In addition to providing a platform for researchers to publish their qualitative journeys, it aims to encourage further Asian qualitative tourism research production. The book not only includes chapters from Asian scholars but also non-Asian tourism researchers with a focus on Asia, as their chapters are crucial to represent the multiplicity of realities constituting 'Asia'. It is of interest to the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book explores the ontologies, epistemologies, methodologies, and methods that inform tourism qualitative research conducted either by Asian scholars or non-Asian scholars focusing on Asia. In addition to providing a platform for researchers to publish their qualitative journeys, it aims to encourage further Asian qualitative tourism research production.
The book not only includes chapters from Asian scholars but also non-Asian tourism researchers with a focus on Asia, as their chapters are crucial to represent the multiplicity of realities constituting 'Asia'. It is of interest to the whole tourism academic community as it provides novel methodological insights from a non-Western perspective, which at the moment are often silenced by dominant (Western) voices.
  • Produktdetails
  • Perspectives on Asian Tourism
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin; Springer Singapore; Springer
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-981-10-7490-5
  • 1st ed. 2018
  • Seitenzahl: 332
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. März 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 23mm
  • Gewicht: 666g
  • ISBN-13: 9789811074905
  • ISBN-10: 9811074909
  • Artikelnr.: 49619850
Autorenporträt
Paolo Mura is Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of the Postgraduate Programmes, Graduate School of Hospitality and Tourism, Taylor's University, Selangor, Malaysia. His research interests include tourist behaviour, gender and tourism, and qualitative tourism research.
Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia. She is a Networking Committee Member of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE) and is on the executive committee for the Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE). She researches emerging trends in women and family travel and tourism, as well as consumer behaviour (tourists and guests), services marketing, and qualitative research methods.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Locating Asian research and selves in qualitative tourism research Paolo Mura and Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore
Part I. The Move Away towards an Asian Research Paradigm 2. Tourism studies and the metaphysics of presence: matters of ontology and the enlightened eye Keith Hollinshead and Rukeya Suleman
3. Tourism and the lost mandates of knowing: matters of epistemology for the inscriptive / projective industry Keith Hollinshead and Rukeya Suleman
4. Beyond theorising: distinguishing between the limitations of critical theory and the researcher Joo-Ee Gan
5. Situating Asian tourism ontologies, epistemologies and methodologies: from colonialism to neo-colonialism Sarah N. R. Wijesinghe and Paolo Mura
6. How could we be non-Western? Some ontological and epistemological ponderings on Chinese tourism research Jundan (Jasmine) Zhang
Part II. Researching the Asian Way: Methodologies and Methods 7. Qualitative research skill training: learning ethnography in the field Stuart Hayes and Hazel Tucker
8. Working and traveling in New Zealand: a reflective narrative in the field Hongrui Zhu, Hazel Tucker, and Tara Duncan
9. The qualitative other: an autoethnography Matias Thuen Jørgensen
10. Understanding ethnography: an 'exotic' ethnographer's perspective Mayukh Dewan
11. Utilising collaborative-autoethnography in exploring affinity tourism: insights from experiences in the field at Gardens by the Bay Josephine Pryce and Hayley Pryce
12. Co-construction in the study of trade union movements in the Nepalese tourism industry using a grounded theory approach Sandeep Basnyat
Part III. Asian Introspection and Reflexivity in Research 13. Qualitative research in tourism: reflections of an Asian researcher Sushila Devi S. Rajaratnam
14. Black on brown: research paradoxes for black scholars working in ethnic communities Samuel Adeyinka-Ojo and Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore
15. Prophet or profit? Emotional reflections on Indonesian tourism Dini Mariska and Eric J. Shelton
16.'When in Rome do as the Romans do'? A reflective account on methodological approach during PhD journey Vahideh Abaeian
Vignettes Vignette 1. The Yes-No-Ma'amsir Blur Brooke Porter
Vignette 2. The power of a pilot visit Nicholas Towner
Vignette 3. How will you measure? Lessons for young, novice researchers Heesu Lee
Vignette 4. What conflict? Interviewing South Koreans on controversial issues Mona Ji Hyun Yang
Vignette 5. Round Peg, Square Hole: The Significance of Perceived Personal Image in Academia Ryan Yung
Vignette 6. Bottoms up! Secrets to overcoming cultural barriers for data collection in Vietnam Giang T. Phi