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Visiting the Borderless City: Traveling via the Internet
Unformatted Document Text:  Jamison, J. (2002) ’Surveys Point Way to Profits’, 2001 Travel Weekly U.S. Consumer Survey. URL (consutled February 2002): http://www.twcrossroads.com/specialreports/2001consumersruvey/pages/overviewmain1.html. Judd, D. R. (1999) ’Constructing the Tourist Bubble’, in Judd, D. R. and S. S. Fainstein (eds.) The Tourist City. New Haven: Yale University Press. Krannich, R. and C. Krannich. (2001) Travel Planning on The Internet: The Click and Easy Guide. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications. Law, C. M. (1993) Urban Tourism: Attracting Visitors to Large Cities. New York: Mansell Publishing. MacCannell, D. (1989) The Tourist: A New Theory of the Leisure Class. New York: Shocken Books. MaDonald, G. J. (2002) ’At Ground Zero, uncertainty over how to pay respects’, The Christian Science Monitor, 4 January: 2. Modie, N. (1998) ’Games Go On: $75,000 Sought for Olympics’, Seattle Post- Intelligencer, 7 November:A1. New York Convention and Visitor’s Bureau - Welcome (2002), URL (consulted February 2002): http://www.nycvisit.com. NewYork.com - New York City Guide to hotels, restaurants, theaters, shopping and attractions. (2002), URL (consulted February 2002): http://www.newyork.com. nyc indymedia center (2002) URL (consulted February 2002): http://ncy.indymedia.org/. Padgett, T. & Kitchen, P. (2001) ’Queens Inc.; City Ready for Protesters At Economic Forum in ’02’, New York Newsday, 8 November: A69. Perkins, E. (2000) Online Travel. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press.

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Jamison, J. (2002) ’Surveys Point Way to Profits’, 2001 Travel Weekly U.S. Consumer
Survey. URL (consutled February 2002):
http://www.twcrossroads.com/specialreports/2001consumersruvey/pages/overviewmain1.html.
Judd, D. R. (1999) ’Constructing the Tourist Bubble’, in Judd, D. R. and S. S. Fainstein
(eds.) The Tourist City. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Krannich, R. and C. Krannich. (2001) Travel Planning on The Internet: The Click and
Easy Guide. Manassas Park, VA: Impact Publications.
Law, C. M. (1993) Urban Tourism: Attracting Visitors to Large Cities. New York:
Mansell Publishing.
MacCannell, D. (1989) The Tourist: A New Theory of the Leisure Class. New York:
Shocken Books.
MaDonald, G. J. (2002) ’At Ground Zero, uncertainty over how to pay respects’, The
Christian Science Monitor, 4 January: 2.
Modie, N. (1998) ’Games Go On: $75,000 Sought for Olympics’, Seattle Post-
Intelligencer, 7 November:A1.
New York Convention and Visitor’s Bureau - Welcome (2002), URL (consulted February
2002): http://www.nycvisit.com.
NewYork.com - New York City Guide to hotels, restaurants, theaters, shopping and
attractions. (2002), URL (consulted February 2002): http://www.newyork.com.
nyc indymedia center (2002) URL (consulted February 2002): http://ncy.indymedia.org/.
Padgett, T. & Kitchen, P. (2001) ’Queens Inc.; City Ready for Protesters At Economic
Forum in ’02’, New York Newsday, 8 November: A69.
Perkins, E. (2000) Online Travel. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Press.


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