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Is Dark Tourism a New Moral Peril? A Critical Insight

 

Abstract        

This paper offers a brief critical insight into the moral perils of dark tourism. Using a Lithuanian visitor attraction – ‘1984: Survival Drama’ – as a contextual example, the paper outlines key features of the ethics of ‘doing dark tourism’. In particular, the paper locates the morality of dark tourism within broader issues of political and social responses of producing and consuming ‘difficult heritage’.

 

Suggested Citation: Stone, P.R. (2017) Is Dark Tourism a New Moral Peril? A Critical Insight. Current Issues in Dark Tourism Research. Vol 1 (1), Issue No: C0004-2017-PS, [Available at www.dark-tourism.org.uk].

 

Is Dark Tourism a New Moral Peril? A Critical Insight

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  • Philip R. Stone