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We can easily understand the appeal that Constructionism has for tourism students, particularly for those who are required to engage with the philosophy of social science by their supervisors. It offers both a firm basis from which to undertake your research project and an invitation to escape the normalised strictures of ‘doing’ social scientific research. It invites creativity and challenges the notion of what constitutes ‘data’. For many students of tourism, the idea of letting their research speak through the constructions of respondents is very appealing and the use of something other than words or numbers to represent the respondent ‘voice’, or ...

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