Discutiendo la metafora del paraiso perdido.

Autores

  • Maximiliano E Korstanje Universidad de Palermo, Argentina Visiting Research Fellow at CERS University of Leeds UK

Palavras-chave:

paraíso perdido, falta, placer, turismo

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Resumen

Por regla general y aun a pesar del surgimiento de nuevos destinos alternativos, los productos sol+playa continúan a la cabeza de lo que demandan millones de veraneantes año a año. Existe dentro de nuestro ADN cultural un apego especial por la idea de un paraíso perdido donde todos los deseos y necesidades son satisfechas que se encuentra replicado por los diversos imaginarios colectivos construidos por el marketing y la publicidad. En la presente nota, discutiremos hasta qué punto la alegoría de un destino-paradisiaco se encuentra enraizado en el corazón de la cultura occidental. Este abordaje continúa con una serie de incursiones por parte de introducir la exegesis de los mitos como una herramienta válida para comprender al turismo.


 

Biografia do Autor

Maximiliano E Korstanje, Universidad de Palermo, Argentina Visiting Research Fellow at CERS University of Leeds UK

Maximiliano E. Korstanje is editor in chief of International Journal of Safety and Security in Tourism (UP Argentina) and International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism (IGI-GlobalUS). Besides being Senior Researchers in the Department of Economics at University of Palermo, Argentina, he is a global affiliate of Tourism Crisis Management Institute (University of Florida US), Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies (University of Leeds), The Forge (University of Lancaster and University of Leeds UK) and The International Society for Philosopher, hosted in Sheffield UK. With more than 700 published papers and 25 books, Korstanje was awarded as Outstanding Reviewer 2012. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment. University of Salford, UK, Outstanding Reviewer 2013. Journal of Place Management and Development. Institute of Place, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK and Reviewer Certificate of Acknowledgement 2014. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management (IJCHM), University of Central Florida, US. Now he co-edits almost 10 specialized journals in such themes as human rights, mobility, tourism and terrorism. Korstanje is subject to biographical records for Marquis Who`s Who in the World since 2009. He had nominated to 5 honorary doctorates for his contribution in the study of the effects of terrorism in tourism. In 2015 he was awarded as Visiting Research Fellow at School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds, UK.

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01/08/2016

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