2 edition of Actor network theory and tourism found in the catalog.
Actor network theory and tourism
RenГ© van der Duim
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||René van der Duim, Carina Ren, Gunnar Thór Jóhannesson|
|Contributions||Ren, Carina, Jóhannesson, Gunnar Thór|
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 D795 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011041950|
The purpose of this paper is to explore a methodological approach to understand an emergent Open Data eco-system in developing countries and specifically tourism sector contexts. The conceptual and methodological bases using Actor Network Theory (ANT) and Social Network Analysis (SNA) are explored to understand their application to the Open Data by: 1. Abstract. Digitalization is a trend that has heavily impacted the tourism industry. Horwath HTL (), the world’s largest hospitality consulting brand, points out that technological (r)evolution and digital channels belong to the mega trends in tourism which will influence mid- Cited by: 3.
(). Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory by Bruno Latour. International Public Management Journal: Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. Cited by: The book consists of 17 articles on the traditional quantitative approach, methodological triangulation, application of the grounded theory, visual methods, grand tour approach, collage technique, multi-method research on ethnic cultural tourism, photo-based interviews, ethnographic methodology, and application of actor network by:
Dr. Michelle McLeod is Acting Programme Director at the Centre for Hotel and Tourism Management, University of the West Indies, Nassau, The Bahamas. Her tourism industry experience spans over Cross-cultural studies, sometimes called holocultural studies or comparative studies, is a specialization in anthropology and sister sciences (sociology, psychology, economics, political science) that uses field data from many societies to examine the scope of human behavior and test hypotheses about human behavior and culture.. Cross-cultural studies is the third form of cross-cultural.
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The recent surfacing of actor-network theory (ANT) in tourism studies correlates to a rising interest in understanding tourism as emergent thorough relational practice connecting cultures, natures and technologies in multifarious Edition: 1st Edition. Book Description. The recent surfacing of actor-network Actor network theory and tourism book (ANT) in tourism studies correlates to a rising interest in understanding tourism as emergent thorough relational practice connecting cultures, natures and technologies in multifarious ways.
Actor-Network Theory (ANT) 13 years ago • Descriptive Theories • 1 Summary: Actor-Network Theory is a framework and systematic way to consider the infrastructure surrounding technological achievements. Introduction This chapter introduces actor-network theory (ANT) as an approach and as a methodology to studying the multiplicity of tourism practices.
The chapter initially rehearses the main characteristics of ANT before moving on to account for some of the key concepts of Author: Carina Ren, Gunnar Thór Jóhannesson And. Book Reviews Sport and technology: an actor-network theory perspective Jordan Dawson School of Sport and Exercise Health Science, Loughborough University, UK Correspondence @ In recent years the approach to social theory known as Actor-Network Theory (ANT) has been adopted within a range of social science fields.
Despite its popularity, ANT is considered a controversial approach in that it appears to promote a sociological Cited by: Coined by tourism researcher Plog (), these terms describe two types of centric tourists are self-inhibiting, nervous, and non-adventurous; they often refuse to travel by air for psychological reasons rather than financial or other practical concerns.
In comparison, allocentric tourists are outgoing, self-confident, and adventurous. This book proposes—and its various chapters offer demonstrations—importing into urban studies a body of theories, concepts, and perspectives developed in the field of science and technology studies (STS) and, more specifically, Actor-Network Theory (ANT).
The study attentive to Bruno Latour’s Actor-Network Theory (ANT), which measures the fact that the “human actor” and “non-human” can transform the society.
This has involved studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and policy making. He is a co-editor of Actor-Network Theory and Tourism: Ordering, materiality and multiplicity, published in with Routledge and Tourism Encounters and Controversies: Ontological Politics of Tourism Development, published with Ashgate in INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION as a unit or node of a social network as well as a social actor (cf.
Laumann 1 book, we will focus on positive relationships. Again, much of what we will discuss is based on sociological data, but it can also be used to study demo- File Size: KB.
To convert sound monitoring into crime control, the technology needs to perform a series of delicate translations (a term I borrow from actor-network theory) between a range of actors. The actors include concealed sensors distributed across urban space, software for filtering and analysing sounds, and experts working 24/7 to analyse and.
This paper develops a conceptual framework integrating three theories: stakeholder theory, social network analysis (SNA), and actor-network theory (ANT). Integration reveals a blended approach to enable a reassessment of stakeholder roles to further explore the nature, dynamics and operations of tourism networks as they work to achieve by: 1.
Tourism is the largest industry worldwide and is the main source of income for many countries. With both, this practical impact of tourism and a rapidly developing academic field, with a growing number of university courses and degrees in tourism, and a flourishing research, this encyclopedia is the epicenter of this emerging and developing.
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Tourism Social Media: Transformations in Identity, Community and Culture (Tourism Social Science Series)Price: $ Actor–network theory (ANT) is a theoretical orientation based on relational ontology.
It originated in science and technology studies in the early s and has from the start been preoccupied with the ways in which societal order is achieved and the role material elements and other nonhumans play in.
This paper develops a conceptual framework integrating three theories: stakeholder theory, social network analysis (SNA), and actor-network theory (ANT). Integration reveals a blended approach to enable a reassessment of stakeholder roles to further explore the nature, dynamics and operations of tourism networks as they work to achieve SDGs.
The recent surfacing of actor-network theory (ANT) in tourism studies correlates to a rising interest in understanding tourism as emergent thorough relational practice connecting cultures, natures and technologies in multifarious ways.
Book review Full text access Mobile Lifeworlds: An Ethnography of Tourism and Pilgrimage in the Himalayas, C.A. Howard. Routledge, Abingdon (), pp., (Hbk.), £85 ISBN:(Ebk.), £ ISBN: ethnographer is to describe the foreign culture, 2) actor- network theory (“translation sociology”), where the interactions that form networks are seen as translations, and 3) sociologies that study communication between groups in complex, fragmented societies, particularly those shaped by Size: KB.
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Wiley wish to confirm that it has no connection to “University Press Journals” or any other third-party submission site. We then analyze two well-known network theories, Granovetter's strength of weak ties theory [Granovetter, M. S. The strength of weak ties. Amer. J. Sociol(6) –] and Burt's structural holes theory [Burt, R.
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