Dr. Andrew Wood
Office: HGH 210; phone: (408) 924-5378
Email: wooda@email.sjsu.edu
Web: http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/wooda

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These are the major terms and concepts I want you to master for the upcoming examination. This list will grow as we progress throughout the course. Please remember that this review is designed to highlight ideas and concepts that will be found on the test. It is not complete and will be revised until the day before the examination. The review does not include every word that will appear on the exam; it merely serves to guide your study of the texts, notes, web resources, and other materials employed throughout this course.

Key Terms - Thus Far

• Löfgren - picturesque (definition), Media of the picturesque, Impact off the picturesque, Cult of the Sublime, Nationalizing of the sublime
• Classroom definition of tourism: Personalized pursuit of novel experiences that can be seen, framed, objectified and/or consumed

• Belasco 1 and 2: Auto-gypsies and arcadia, three responses to automobility, See America First Movement, Lincoln Highway
• Seven "faces" of Route 66
• Postcolonialism
• Rothman's "Devil's Bargain," William Cronen's three natures, neonatives, impact of railroad on "the West"
• Tourism as colonialism in another guise - "smokeless industry," Manila Statement
• Kincaid: tourism and the exoticism of banality, tourism and the performance of the sublime, language and the inequities of power
• Kincaid: Metaphors (library and Cricket), "meaning" of a small place, and "beauty" in Antigua

Sample Questions

True/False If the statement is mostly true, place a 'T' in the space provided. If the statement is mostly false, place a 'F' in the space provided.

Multiple Choice Select the response that is most correct.