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Dark Tourism: An Immoral Promotion of Death & Disaster?

Show simple item record UNIV 1200 Winter 2016 Sections 1 & 2 2016-05-24T12:59:49Z 2016-05-24T12:59:49Z 2016-05-24
dc.description.abstract The posters for this course are composed of student illustrations of dark tourism sites, Photos of a group field trip to the University of Guelph Ghost Walk, and a book examined in the course called “ The Darker Side of Travel: The Theory and Practice of Dark Tourism” Edited by Richard Sharpley and Philip R. Stone. Both posters include a definition of what Dark Tourism is, as well as one of them containing a chart showing severity of dark tourism rating from darkest to lightest, the chart looks at influences such as time since event, authenticity, and political influence. The same poster includes a table showing categories of Dark Tourism such as: religious places, houses, battlefields, and themed museum collections. en_US
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dc.rights Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada *
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dc.subject dark tourism en_US
dc.subject tourism en_US
dc.subject death en_US
dc.subject authenticity en_US
dc.subject morality en_US
dc.subject disaster en_US
dc.title Dark Tourism: An Immoral Promotion of Death & Disaster? en_US
dc.type Image en_US

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