Collins-Kreiner, Noga, and Nurit Kliot. “Particularism vs. Universalism in Hiking Tourism.”
Annals of Tourism Research 56 (2016): 132-137.
• “Particularism vs. universalism” adds a useful dimension to the tourism and leisure of hiking.
• Hiking is composed of two different systems: universalistic and particularistic.
• The dominant features of hiking the Israel National Trail are ‘communitas’, and ‘place attachment’.
• The varied multi-dimensional aspects of hiking could be located on a scale.
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Tagged Collective Identity, Domestic Tourism, Hiking Trails, Israel: Culture, Israel: Tourism in, Leisure, Nationalism, Particularism, Place Attachment, Space and Place, Universalism |
The 47th Annual Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies will take place in Boston, December 13-15, 2015.
The full program is now available on the AJS website:
You may also download the program here:
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Tagged Aliyah, Animal Rights, Artists, Beta Israel, Bracha Avigad, Conscription, Eliezer Schweid, Gender inequality, Gender Segregation, Haim Be'er, Hebrew literature, Hebrew Poetry, Hiking Trails, Home, Homeland, IDF, Immigration to Israel, Iraqi Jews, Israel: Religion, Israel: World Jewry relations, Israeli Literature, Jacqueline Kahanoff, Land, Lesbianism, Martin Buber, Military, Mizrahi Cinema, Mizrahi literature, Modern Jewish Thought, Mothers-Daughters, Passports, Philanthropy, Poetry, Pre-State Israel, Religious Zionism, Second Passports, Shulamit Bat-Dori, Summer Camps, Tel Aviv, Theatre, Uncanny, Video Art, Visual Arts, Women Artists, Yehuda Amichai, Yosef Haim Brenner, Zionism: Thought, Zionist philanthropy |