The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tourism, Social science, Mobilities, Epistemology and Economy. His study in Tourism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Photography, Globalization, Gaze and Media studies. He has included themes like Anthropology, Migration studies and E-learning in his Social science study.
His Mobilities research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cultural studies, Public sphere and Public relations. The various areas that John Urry examines in his Epistemology study include Information and communication technologies for development and Politics. The Economy study combines topics in areas such as Capitalism, Tourist industry and Restructuring.
His main research concerns Social science, Mobilities, Epistemology, Tourism and Economic geography. His work deals with themes such as Gaze and Media studies, which intersect with Tourism. His Economic geography study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Social relation.
John Urry mainly investigates Futures contract, Mobilities, Social science, Media studies and Natural resource economics. John Urry combines topics linked to Consumption with his work on Futures contract. His research ties Production and Consumption together.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Epistemology, Political economy and Engineering physics. John Urry integrates Social science and Energy in his studies.
John Urry focuses on Social science, Futures contract, Mobilities, Media studies and Political economy. His Social science research incorporates themes from Simple and Subject. His study explores the link between Futures contract and topics such as Consumption that cross with problems in Production, Peak oil, Development economics and Capitalism.
His work in Mobilities tackles topics such as Epistemology which are related to areas like Field and Interdependence. His research investigates the connection with Media studies and areas like Photography which intersect with concerns in Tourism and Gaze. His study looks at the relationship between Tourism and fields such as Dance, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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The Tourist Gaze “Revisited”
American Behavioral Scientist (1992)
Economies of signs and space
Scott Lash;John Urry.
Sociology beyond societies : mobilities for the twenty-first century
Teaching Sociology (2000)
Mobilities: New Perspectives on Transport and Society
Margaret Grieco;John Urry.
The new mobilities paradigm.
Mimi Sheller;John Urry.
Environment and Planning A (2006)
The end of organized capitalism
Scott Lash;John Urry.
The tourist gaze
The Tourist Gaze: Leisure and Travel in Contemporary Societies
Mobilities, Immobilities and Moorings
Kevin Hannam;Mimi Sheller;John Urry.
Enacting the social
John Law;John Urry.
Economy and Society (2004)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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