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Joseph Martin   Cheer

Professor
Center for Tourism Research
Wakayama University (Japan)
Website(s):
[ http://profiles.arts.monash.edu.au/joseph-cheer/ ]
[ https://monuni.academia.edu/JosephCheer ]
[ https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=16845622 ]


About
Joseph is a research professor at Center for Tourism Research, Wakayama University, Japan. He previously researched and lectured in sustainable tourism at Monash University, Australia and is board member, International Geographical Union (IGU) Commission on Tourism and Leisure and Global Change and Steering Committee Member Critical Tourism Studies (CTS) Asia Pacific. His research draws from trans disciplinary perspectives, especially human/economic geography, cultural anthropology and political economy, particularly in the Asia Pacific. As a former practitioner, practicing consultant and analyst, his work emphasizes resilience building, sustainability and social justice. His recent books include Overtourism: Excesses, Discontents and Measures in Travel and Tourism (Milano, Cheer & Novelli, 2019) and Modern Day Slavery and Orphanage Tourism (Cheer, Mathews, van Doore & Flanagan, 2019).
Specialities
Discipline(s)
Anthropology
Geography
Member of
Australian Association for Pacific Studies (AAPS)
Australian Anthropological Society (AAS)
European Society for Oceanists (ESfO)
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Melanesia
Australia (area)
Polynesia
Historical periods
The Colonial time
21st century

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