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|Title:||Dingo discourse: Constructions of Nature and contradictions of capital in an Australian eco-tourist location|
|Author:||Peace, Adrian John|
|Citation:||Anthropological Forum, 2001; 11 (2):175-194|
|School/Discipline:||School of Social Sciences : Anthropology|
|Abstract:||Explores the sociolinguistic dimensions of eco-tourism in Fraser Island, Queensland, in the light of the dingo discourse used to market the island as the embodiment of Nature. Nature and contradictions of capital in an Australian eco-tourist location; Description of the island; Eco-tourist practices; Symbolic significance of the endangered dingo in the eco-tourist discourse about the island.|
|Keywords:||Ecotourism; dingo; sociolinguistics; travel|
|Description:||© 2001 Carfax Publishing Company|
|Appears in Collections:||Anthropology & Development Studies publications|
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