Creative tourism as a strategic approach for decolonial thinking and doing in Namibian tourism
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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.
|Title of host publication||Creative tourism: Activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers|
|Editors||N. Duxbury, S. Albino, C.P. Carvalho|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - Feb 2021|
|MoEC publication type||A3 Part of a book or another research book|