Sex, tourism and the postcolonial encounter : Landscapes of longing in Egypt. / Jacobs, Jessica.

Ashgate, 2010. 154 p. (New Directions in Tourism Analysis).

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Sex, tourism and the postcolonial encounter : Landscapes of longing in Egypt. / Jacobs, Jessica.

Ashgate, 2010. 154 p. (New Directions in Tourism Analysis).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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Jacobs J. Sex, tourism and the postcolonial encounter: Landscapes of longing in Egypt. Ashgate, 2010. 154 p. (New Directions in Tourism Analysis).

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Jacobs, Jessica. / Sex, tourism and the postcolonial encounter : Landscapes of longing in Egypt. Ashgate, 2010. 154 p. (New Directions in Tourism Analysis).

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