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    Author(s): Daniel R. Williams; Norman McIntyre
    Date: 2001
    Source: In: Luft, Kim; MacDonald, Sandy, comps. Trends 2000: shaping the future: The 5th outdoor recreation & tourism trends symposium: 2000 September 17-20, Lansing, MI. East Lansing, MI: Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Resources, Michigan State University: 392-403
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Globalization has expanded the scope and geographic scale of leisure and tourism practices and their consequent impacts on society. Yet studies of such topics as community, home, migration, and tourism remain infused with outdated assumptions of a geographically rooted subject. In the future, the changing nature of employment, retirement, and lifestyles are likely to influence not only amenity migration, but residence patterns, meanings, and identities more generally. Amenity migration research should focus on the impact of increasing geographic mobility on how people interweave home, work, and leisure to construct place-based identities.

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    Williams, Daniel R.; McIntyre, Norman. 2001. Where heart and home reside: changing constructions of place and identity. In: Luft, Kim; MacDonald, Sandy, comps. Trends 2000: shaping the future: The 5th outdoor recreation & tourism trends symposium: 2000 September 17-20, Lansing, MI. East Lansing, MI: Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Resources, Michigan State University: 392-403

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    homes, place identity, geography, social values

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