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La diffusion du tourisme dans les sociétés non occidentales : entre imitation et hybridation, l'exemple de la fréquentation de la montagne himalayenne par les touristes indiens

Abstract : Is the globalization of tourism a factor of standardization or one of differentiation? What happens when tourism practices are spreading within a geographic and cultural context different from the one where they originated? We will examine this question by mean of the study of Indian domestic tourism in the hill stations of Himalaya. Do the Indian tourism practices merely imitate the occidental practices or do they involve rather other logics, modes of representation and ways to enjoy the mountain? This paper aims at understanding how non-occidental societies contribute to the current globalization of tourism and showing that it is far from being a westernization and a worldwide standardization.
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Isabelle Sacareau. La diffusion du tourisme dans les sociétés non occidentales : entre imitation et hybridation, l'exemple de la fréquentation de la montagne himalayenne par les touristes indiens. Philippe Duhamel; Boualem Kadri. Tourisme et mondialisation, hors-série, Éditions ESPACES, pp.310-317, 2011, Mondes du tourisme, 5552001073392. ⟨halshs-01918613⟩

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