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Migrations géographiques et formes culturelles des pratiques récréatives

Abstract : the world is moving and it never fails to observe the movement of our contemporary societies seem marked by a continuing demand for mobility. To live is to move; to travel; new markets; open to exotic horizons. Although the signs of an energy and environmental disruption are in tune with the times, traffic flows, air and rail do not diminish; the motorways of digital information that came even more traffic. If mobility is also linked to humanitarian migration under the influence of different ecological crises, health or policies (Michel, 2008), others against enroll in the registry of well-being for tourists looking for places entertainment, discovery and fulfillment. However, at odds with the principles of tourism practices, different theorists are seeing a reversal of the movement when it is no longer to think and dream tourism to extract throes of daily life, but to be part of a project of amenity migration. If today, many authors (Ury, 2005; Viard, 2006) seem to agree to discuss the transformation of tourism practices (from the tourist modernity in post or hyper-tourism), few are those that evoke transmodernity as a further reading frame of these recreational migration.
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Jean Corneloup. Migrations géographiques et formes culturelles des pratiques récréatives. Philippe Bourdeau, Jean-François Daller, Niels Martin. Migrations d'agrément : du tourisme à l'habiter, L'Harmattan, pp.97-114, 2012, 978-2-296-99297-9. ⟨halshs-01139270⟩



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