Tourism Review: Volume 74 Issue 5


Table of contents - Special Issue: Gender and Mobility in Tourism

Guest Editors: Jaeyeon Choe, Cristopher Livecchi

Gendered work and leisure mobilities of Polish migrants in the North East of England

Basagaitz Guereno-Omil, Gergina Pavlova-Hannam, Kevin Hannam

Contemporary mobilities research has demonstrated a fundamental blurring between work, leisure and tourism practices for migrants as they seek to construct new lifestyles…

Tourism and gendered hosts and guests

Heather L. Jeffrey

This conceptual paper aims to contribute to the extant tourism and gender literature by highlighting a tendency towards the conceptualisation of gendered research…

The meanings of solo travel for Asian women

Elaine Chiao Ling Yang, Mona Ji Hyun Yang, Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore

This study aims to explore the meanings of solo travel for Asian women, focussing on how Asian women construct and negotiate their identities in the heteronormalised…


Tourism and male homosexual identities: directions for sociocultural research

Carlos Monterrubio

This paper aims to offer a critical review of the existing research on the relationships between tourism and male homosexual identities and, based on a sociocultural…

The strange case of dating apps at a gay resort: hyper-local and virtual-physical leisure

Oskaras Vorobjovas-Pinta, Isaac Jonathan Dalla-Fontana

The purpose of this paper is to report novel information about the use of gay apps by the patrons of an exclusively gay resort in Queensland, Australia. This novel…

Transformative potential of events – the case of gay ski week in Queenstown, New Zealand

Willem J.L. Coetzee, Xiang Neo Liu, Crystal V. Filep

Previous research has explored a relatively narrow representation of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and queer (LGBTQ) community. Yet modern event attendees are…

Gender in tourism research: perspectives from Latin America

Laura Paola Vizcaino-Suárez, Isis Arlene Díaz-Carrión

This paper aims to examine the knowledge production on tourism gender research in Latin America and to reflect on the main challenges faced by this subfield.

Sex trafficking and sex tourism in a globalised world

Ann Brooks, Vanessa Heaslip

This paper aims to explore the dark side of the relationship between gender, mobility, migration and tourism. Specifically, the paper looks at one form of human…

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