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  • Body Tourism in Queered Streets: Geographies of gay pride parades

    Johnston, Lynda (University of Waikato, 1998)
    This thesis begins with an examination of the construction of knowledge within tourism studies. I argue that tourism studies, like most social sciences, has been built on a mind/body dualism. The mind has been privileged ...
  • Book review: Mates and lovers: a history of gay New Zealand

    Johnston, Lynda (Routledge, 2011)
    This article reviews the book: “Mates and lovers: a history of gay New Zealand”, edited by Chris Brickell.
  • Borderline bodies

    Johnston, Lynda (Rowman and Littlefield, 2002)
    This chapter is about borders that are made and broken at gay pride parades. Specifically, I examine the discursive and material borders maintained in tourism discourse. Binary oppositions such as self/other, straight/gay, ...
  • Changing bodies, spaces, places and politics: Feminist geography at the University of Waikato

    Longhurst, Robyn; Johnston, Lynda (New Zealand Geographical Society, 2005-01-10)
    'Place matters' in the production of knowledge. This article examines the production of feminist geographical knowledge at a particular place - the Department of Geography, Tourism and Environmental Planning at the University ...
  • Community-university collaborations: creating hybrid research and collective identities

    Cave, Jennifer Barbara Jane; Johnston, Lynda; Morrison, Carey-Ann; Underhill-Sem, Yvonne (The Royal Society of New Zealand., 2012)
    In this article we explore the politics of community-university collaborative research and activism. We are scholars based in universities as well as members of various 'communities'-queer, Pasifika and Māori-hence we ...

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