Tourism and Wellness: Travel for the Good of All? enhances academic understandings and analyses of tourism as a social and worldmaking force by situating broad questions of well-being, health, and equity within the scaffolds of critical tourism studies. Contributors touch on power and politics, space and place, reflexivity and relationships, values and affect, and inequality and equity as viewed through critically informed and social justice perspectives. This collection of cutting-edge, critical tourism analyses contextualizes and disrupts how wellness is understood in tourism.
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