Tourist Cultures: Identity, Place and the Traveller


Stephen Wearing, Deborah Stevenson & Tamara Young

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    The authors wish to thank a number of people who provided support in the preparation of this book. From SAGE, we thank Publisher Chris Rojek for commissioning the book, Assistant Editor Jai Seaman for her encouragement and patience throughout, and Senior Production Editor Katherine Haw for seeing the book through to publication.

    We thank Matthew MacDonald for providing research assistance in the early stages of the project and for editing some of the draft chapters of the book. We are very grateful to Amie Matthews for reading and providing insightful feedback on the manuscript, as well as for her assistance in seeking out references and constructing the bibliography. Thanks also go to Richard Lever for proofreading and editing. Richard's attention to detail and critical and editorial comments on the manuscript were invaluable.

    Finally, we acknowledge the support of our colleagues, friends and families who have in various ways made a contribution to this book. In particular, Stephen thanks Betsy Wearing for providing the original inspiration for the book, and is grateful to the School of Leisure, Sport and Tourism at the University of Technology, Sydney for its assistance. Deborah thanks Robyn Bushell for minding the School during her absence and David Rowe, Centre for Cultural Research for advice. Special mention must be made of Professor Wayne McKenna, Executive Dean of the College of Arts at the University of Western Sydney, for providing the assistance needed to complete the manuscript. Tamara thanks Nathaniel Bavinton for his ongoing support and intellectual contribution, Jo Hanley, John Jenkins, Kevin Lyons and Kevin Markwell for their advice and encouragement, and colleagues in the School of Economics, Politics and Tourism at the University of Newcastle.

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