22 Nov Coloured Places and Pigmented Holidays: Racialized Leisure Travel
By Perry L. Carter
Perry Carter addresses race, space and leisure travel in this article. He discusses the differences between African-American and White travel behavior while challenging existing theoretical explanations for these differences. This work aims to extend previous research on racialized leisure through utilizing a multi-method, multiple data sources approach to illustrate and then elucidate racial differences in behavior.
Carter, Perry L. “Coloured Places and Pigmented Holidays: Racialized Leisure Travel.” Tourism Geographies 10, no. 3 (2008): 265-284. Abstract.