Creative tourism as a strategic approach for decolonial thinking and doing in Namibian tourism

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Abstract

This chapter explores how creative tourism can be applied as a strategy for decolonization, inclusion and participation. Creative tourism is about engaging tourists in activities that stimulate them to use their creative potential and confidence in a cultural tourism setting. Creative tourism can occur through either total immersion in cultural activities, for example singing, crafts production, painting, or through less interactive roles, such as being spectators in a concert, museum, or more informal cultural settings, such as community theatres or cultural events.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreative tourism
Subtitle of host publicationActivating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers
EditorsNancy Duxbury, Sara Albino, Claudia Pato de Carvalho
PublisherCABI
Chapter27
ISBN (Electronic)9781789243567
ISBN (Print)9781789243536, 9781789243543
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Feb 2021
MoEC publication typeA3 Part of a book or another research book

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