Making Ireland Irish: Tourism and National Identity Since the Irish Civil War

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Syracuse University Press, 2009 - Business & Economics - 344 pages
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Drawing on an extensive array of previously untapped sources, Zuelow examines how a small group of tourism advocates, inspired by tourist development movements in countries such as France and Spain, worked tirelessly to convince their Irish compatriots that tourism was the secret to Ireland's success.
  

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Contents

Introducing a National Interest 19221939
1
Developing Irish Tourism 19391958
34
Change and Continuity 19581994
72
Culture Language and Tourism
101
Tourism and the Past
136
Creating the Tourist Landscape
178
Tourism and the Tiger 19942007
217
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