Travels in Search of

Sep 14, 2015 |

The Travel Writing Blog

Research Rationale

Do researchers discover destination knowledge or create it? This question has been at the heart of our discussions over the last four years and gradually, through conferences and meetings, travel writing has emerged as both a method of inquiry for us in tourism and area studies and as a professional practice for the synthesis of new knowledge, thanks, often, to the use of narrative. This travel writing blog, Travels in Search of is our discovery instrument and, we hope, a research practice that will yield new knowledge on place, destination image, visitor practices and tourism knowledge transfer.

Please cite Travels in Search of:

Example citation

Brunt, P. (2015) ‘Hiring A Satisficing Car In Portugal’ in Brunt, P., Busby, G., Mansfield, C., and Wheeller, B. (2015) Travels in Search of, Plymouth, TKT [online] Available at eserve.org.uk [Accessed 27.11.15].

Hope you enjoy the new site

Dr Charles Mansfield

Dr Charlie Mansfield at the launch

Professor Paul Brunt

Professor Paul Brunt

Dr Graham Busby

Dr Graham Busby

Professor Brian Wheeller

Professor Brian Wheeller at Breda

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  1. Reflecting on the launch of Travels in Search Of, it is providing an opportunity to produce and publish travel writing rapidly. It is giving useful experience and feedback on the process and it is helping me in my larger research project on tourism destination image of the towns of the Loire Valley.