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Contents:

Introduction

    1. R TOURISM, TOURISTS, AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS AT WORK
      1. TIM WALLACE

PART 1 ANTHROPOLOGY AND TOURISM AT THE NEXUS OF THEORY AND PRACTICE

    1. R CAN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF TOURISM MAKE US BETTER TRAVELERS?
      1. ERVE CHAMBERS
    2. R GENERATING THEORY, TOURISM, AND "WORLD HERITAGE" IN INDONESIA: ETHICAL QUANDARIES FOR ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN AN ERA OF TOURIST MANIAD
      1. KATHLEEN M. ADAMS
    3. R ARCHAEOLOGICAL TOURISM: LOOKING FOR ANSWERS ALONG MEXICO'S MAYA RIVIERA
      1. CAMERON WALKER
    4. R ENHANCING COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND CONSERVATION IN THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN
      1. SUSAN C. STONICH
    5. R BETWEEN PURE AND APPLIED RESEARCH: EXPERIMENTAL ETHNOGRAPHY IN A TRANSCULTURAL TOURIST ART WORLD
      1. QUETZIL E. CASTAñEDA

PART 2 ANTHROPOLOGISTS, NATURE, AND CULTURE: CASE STUDIES

    1. R ANTHROPOLOGICAL ANGST AND THE TOURIST ENCOUNTER
      1. WILLIAM A. DOUGLASS
        JULIE LACY
    2. R AN ANTHRO-PLANNING APPROACH TO LOCAL HERITAGE TOURISM: CASE STUDIES FROM APPALACHIA
      1. MARY B. LALONE
    3. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY AND HERITAGE TOURISM PLANNING: WORKING FOR THE WESTERN ERIE CANAL HERITAGE CORRIDOR PLANNING COMMISSION
      1. AMANDA MASON
    4. R HOSTS AND HOSTS: THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF COMMUNITY-BASED ECOTOURISM IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON
      1. AMANDA STRONZA
    5. R KEEPING THE PEOPLE IN THE PARKS: A CASE STUDY FROM GUATEMALA
      1. TIM WALLACE
        DANIELA N. DIAMENTE

PART 3 ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN TOURISM

    1. R MORE THAN NATURE: ANTHROPOLOGISTS AS INTERPRETERS OF CULTURE FOR NATURE-BASED TOURS
      1. PALMA INGLES
    2. R THE TRAVELING SEMINAR: AN EXPERIMENT IN CROSS-CULTURAL TOURISM AND EDUCATION IN TAIWAN
      1. DAVID BLUNDELL
    3. R ANTHROPOLOGISTS IN THE TOURISM WORKPLACE
      1. VALENE L. SMITH
    4. R Biosketches of the Authors