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"No artificial ingredients": Gender, race and nation in Costa Rican tourism.
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This work explores Costa Rica"s tourism narratives. I analyze what these narratives reveal and what they obscure about the country, its people and its history. By reading the tourism promotional materials of the Costa Rican Tourism Board, I argue that official discourses sustain racialized spaces in the country by reproducing the mythology of a white settler society. I ask what the consequences of these official narratives are for tourists and for Costa Ricans. I argue that government supported tourism in Costa Rica depends simultaneously on the hypervisibility and invisibility of racialized and gendered bodies. I also seek to disrupt official tourism narratives by contrasting them to sex work within racialized and transnational structures of power and desire. This contrast allows me to argue that the unofficial and largely invisible story of sex tourism in Costa Rica indirectly upholds the tourism industry and the nation"s white mythology.
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No Artificial Ingredients?: Gender, Race and Nation in Costa Rica's International Tourism Campaign. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies: Vol.
16, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Gender, Race And Nation In Costa Rica's International Tourism Race and nation in Costa Rican tourism. book Article in Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 16(3) December with 70 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Megan Rivers-Moore.
Rivers-Moore, Megan () ‘No Artificial Ingredients. Gender, Race and Nation in Costa Rica's International Tourism Campaign’. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 16(3): – Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: Institute for Costa Rican Tourism [ICT] Costa Rican Tourism Board No Artificial Ingredients?: Gender, Race and Nation in Costa Rica's International Tourism Campaign.
Megan Rivers-Moore. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies. Vol - Issue by: Research findings on tourism media campaigns-New Zealand’s ‘% Pure campaign’, and Costa Rica’s ‘No Artificial Ingredients’—illustrate how places and bodies are co-constructed and.
Costa Rica: no artificial ingredients. Costa Rica is a land teeming with the paradoxes of its geographical location, bridging North and South America and the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
The resulting climate makes it ideal for year-round travel. Gender, Race and Nation in Costa Rica's International Tourism Campaign', Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, pp.
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The Commerce of Sex in Costa Rica. Costa Rica has a long history of being defined as "exceptional" in Central America, and the representation of the country as a peaceful, democratic, and white "Switzerland of Central America" is "one of the most attractive and widely disseminated national mythologies of any Latin American nation" (Paige–20).Author: Megan Rivers-Moore.
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