VAGABONDS AND THE VIRTUAL: IDENTITY, ECONOMICS AND ETHICS IN THE GENRE OF DIGITAL TRAVEL WRITING

While the genre of travel writing has been popular with authors and audiences over centuries, developments in new media, social media and public use genres have caused an adaptation of the genre in the digital space. This genre, as it exists, claims two antecedents: first, the traditional and literary version of the genre and second, the blogs that emerged and were popularized in the late twentieth century. In exploring the genre of digital travel writing,...
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