Articles by Keyword: Authenticity

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  1. White Namibians in tourism and the politics of belonging through Bushmen

    White Namibians in tourism and the politics of belonging through Bushmen

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    Namibian Bushmen, such as the Hai//om and the Ju/’hoansi, are increasingly involved in the growing, white-dominated tourism industry. In this, white Namibians tend to position Bushmen and themselves as people of nature and conservationists. Elsewhere, whites from southern Africa have...
  2. <em>Ons is Boesmans</em>: commentary on the naming of Bushmen in the southern Kalahari

    <em>Ons is Boesmans</em>: commentary on the naming of Bushmen in the southern Kalahari

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    This paper examines academic debates about the nomenclature of the San in light of recent ethnographic data. Academic debates centre around two aspects: the apparent complicity of the term “bushman” in construing the San as lower on the hierarchy of...
  3. Introduction to <em>Anthropology Southern Africa</em> special issue on ‘Engaging Difference: Perspectives on belonging and exclusion in contemporary southern and East Africa’

    Introduction to <em>Anthropology Southern Africa</em> special issue on ‘Engaging Difference: Perspectives on belonging and exclusion in contemporary southern and East Africa’

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    This special issue of Anthropology Southern Africa is the result of troubling questions of how to engage difference and belonging. Anthropologists in South Africa, like their colleagues elsewhere, today face the return of difference thinking. The articles in this special...
  4. Men, women, temporality and critical ethnography in Africa—the imperative for a transdisciplinary conversation

    Men, women, temporality and critical ethnography in Africa—the imperative for a transdisciplinary conversation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Anthropology Southern Africa
    This article addresses concerns of African-based scholars about how we can adequately represent the social heterogeneity and the rich diversity of African subjects. I argue that by prioritising Pan-Africanist solidarity, and in our search for African authenticity, we often represent...
  5. Understanding memorable tourism experiences: A case study

    Understanding memorable tourism experiences: A case study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    The desire for new experiences that are truly authentic has become an important mainstream in the tourism industry. The main goal of this empirical case study was twofold: 1) To determine which concept of authenticity in tourism literature is most...