Erik cohen selected list of publications april 2014



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ERIK COHEN

SELECTED LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

April 2014

George S. Wise Professor of Sociology (emeritus)

Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology

Faculty of Social Sciences


Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Jerusalem 91905, Israel


E-mail: mserik@mscc.huji.ac.il

Tel. (Bangkok): 66-2-5782491




  1. (with L. Shamgar and Y. Levi), Report on the Absorption of Immigrants in a Development Town, Department of Sociology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1962 (mimeo, in Hebrew).(2 vol.)

  2. “Changes in the Structure of the System of Work in the Kibbutz”, The Economic Quarterly, 10(40), 1963, pp. 378-388 (in Hebrew).

  3. (with Y. Talmon-Garber), “Collective Settlements in the Negev”, in J. Ben-David (ed.), Agricultural Planning and Village Community in Israel, UNESCO, Paris, 1963, pp. 58-95.

  4. “The Planning of Development Towns”, Molad, Vol. 22, No. 195-6, 1964, pp. 517-528 (in Hebrew).

  5. (with Y. Katan), The Small Community in the Metropolitan Region – A Community Study of Or Yehuda in the Region of Tel Aviv, Sociological Studies No. 4, Department of Sociology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1966 (in Hebrew).

  6. “Problems of Development Towns and Urban Housing Estates”, The Economic Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 49-50, 1966, pp. 117-131 (in Hebrew).

  7. “Progress and Communality: Value Dilemmas in the Collective Movement”, International Review of Community Development, No. 15-16, 1966, pp. 3-18.

  8. The Cities in the Occupied Areas, Department of Sociology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1968 (mimeo, in Hebrew).

  9. “Social Images in an Israeli Development Town”, Human Relations, Vol. 21, 1968, pp. 163-176.

  10. A Comparative Study of the Political Institutions of Collective Settlements in Israel, Department of Sociology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1968 (mimeo).

  11. “Public Participation in Collective Settlements in Israel”, (with E. Leshem), International Review of Community Development, No. 19/20, 1968, pp. 251-270.

  12. “Inter-Institutional Discrepancies in the Definition of Development Towns”, Netivei Irgun U Minhal 14(4), 1968, pp. 8-19 (in Hebrew).

  13. “Hashish and Hashish Users in Acre”, Delinquency and Society, 3(1), 1968, pp. 34-39 (in Hebrew).

  14. Survey of Regional Cooperation in Three Regions of Collective Settlements, (with E. Leshem), Studies in Regional Development No. 2, Settlement Study Center, Rehovot, 1969.

  15. “Dispersion of Population and Integration of Immigrants as Conflicting Goals”, in The Integration of Immigrants from Different Countries of Origin in Israel, a symposium held at the Hebrew University on October 25-26, 1969, Jerusalem, Magnes Press, Hebrew University, pp. 143-157 (in Hebrew).

  16. “Mixed Marriages in an Israeli Town”, Jewish Journal of Sociology, Vol. 11, (1), 1969, pp. 41-50.

  17. “Development Towns: The Social Dynamics of ‘Planted’ Urban Communities in Israel”, in S.N. Eisenstadt, R. Bar-Yosef and Ch. Adler (eds.), Integration and Development in Israel, Israeli Universities Press, Jerusalem, 1970.

  18. “The City in Zionist Ideology”, Jerusalem Urban Studies, Urban and Regional Studies, No. 1, 1970, E. Kaplan School of Economics and Social Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Reprinted with abbreviations in Jerusalem Quarterly, No. 4, 1977, pp. 126-144.

  19. “The Scientific Approach and Attitudes to Values in the Research of Yonina Talmon”, (with M. Rosner), in Y. Talmon: Individual and Society in the Kibbutz, Magnes Press, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, 1969/70, pp. 317-326 (in Hebrew).

  20. “Types of Social Uses of Drugs”, Symposium on Drugs in Israel, Jerusalem, June 1-2, 1970, Publications of the Institute of Criminology, No. 17, Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1970, pp. 16-22 (mimeo, in Hebrew).

  21. “The Relations between Generations in the Israeli Kibbutz”, (with M. Rosner), Journal of Contemporary History, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1970, pp. 73-86. Reprinted in: R.M. Kanter (ed.), Communes, Creating and Managing the Collective Life, Harper, New York, 1974, pp. 534-544, and in: E. Krausz (ed.), The Sociology of the Kibbutz, Studies of Israeli Society, Vol. II, Transaction Books, New Brunswick and London, 1983, pp. 291-304.

  22. “Arab Boys and Tourist Girls in a Mixed Jewish-Arab Community”, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 12(4), 1971, 217-233. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  23. “Social and Political Aspects of Preservation of Nature and Prevention of Pollution”, in B. Zohar (ed.), Ecology - Modern Society and its Environment, The Israeli Ecological Association, Tel Hashomer, 1971 (in Hebew).

  24. “The Black Panthers and Israeli Society”, Jewish Journal of Sociology, 14(1), 1972, 93-109.

  25. “Israeli Technical Aid to Peru – A Case Study of International Cooperation”, in S.N. Eisenstadt, D. Weintraub, M. Lissak (principal investigators), Analysis of Processes of Agricultural Development and Modernization, USDA, European Regional Development Office, Agricultural Research Service, Rome, 1972, Part III, 98-131.(mimeo.)

  26. “The Baha’i Community of Acre”, Folklore Research Center Studies [Jerusalem], 3, 1972, 119-141.

  27. “Toward a Sociology of International Tourism”, Social Research, 39(1), 1972, 164-182. Reprinted in: R.W. McIntosh, Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies, 2nd ed., Grid Inc., Columbus, OH, 1977, pp. 47-58 (and several subsequent editions); reprinted in No.143 below.

  28. (with H. Gronau), A Survey of Minorities in Israel, The Centre for the Study of Israeli Arabs, The Institute of Asian and African Studies and the Harry S. Truman Research Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1972 (in Hebrew).

  29. Southeast Asian Urban Sociology – A Review and Selected Bibliography, Working Paper No. 19, Department of Sociology, University of Singapore, 1973.

  30. “Nomads from Affluence: Notes on the Phenomenon of Drifter-Tourism”, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 14(1-2), 1973, 89-103. Reprinted in No. 143.

  31. “Integration vs. Segregation in the Planning of a Mixed Jewish-Arab City in Israel”, Levi Eshkol Institute for Economic, Social and Political Research, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1973.

  32. “Paradox of the Kibbutz”, Built Environment, 3(12), 1974, 617-620.

  33. “Who is a Tourist? A Conceptual Clarification”, Sociological Review, 22(4), 1974, 527-555.Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  34. The Touristic Image of Israel – An Analysis of Guide Books, Working Paper No 21, Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Tel Aviv University, 1974.

  35. “The Power Structure of Israeli Development Towns”, in: T.N. Clark (ed.), Comparative Community Politics, Halstead Pr. Division, John Wiley and Sons, 1974, 179-201.

  36. Bibliography of Arabs and Other Minorities in Israel, Arab and Afro-Asian Sources, No. 2, The Centre for Arab and Afro-African Studies and Israeli Universities Press, Givat Haviva, 1974 (Hebrew and English).

  37. Tourism in the Pacific Islands: A Bibliography, Council of Planning Libraries, Exchange Bibl., No.1155, 1976.

  38. “The Structural Transformation of the Kibbutz”, in: G.K. Zollschan and W. Hirsch (eds.), Social Change: Conjectures, Explorations and Diagnoses, Schenkman, Cambridge, MA, 1976, 703-742. Reprinted in: E. Krausz (ed.), The Sociology of the Kibbutz, Studies in Israeli Society, Vol. II, Transaction Books, New Brunswick and London, 1983, pp. 75-114. German translation in: G. Heinsohn (Hrgb.): Das Kibbutz-Modell, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a/M, 1982, pp. 289-340.

  39. “Environmental Orientations: A Multi-dimensional Approach to Social Ecology”, Current Anthropology, 17(1), 1976, 49-70.

  40. “Jewish Marginal Youth in a Mixed City”, in: S.G. Schoham (ed.), Youth Unrest, Jerusalem Academic Press, Jerusalem, 1976, 219-233.

  41. (with A. Shiloah and I. Ben-Ami), Jewish Communities from Central, Southern and Eastern Asia in Israel, Folklore Research Center, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1976.(in Hebrew).

  42. “Man as the Initiator of Arid Zone Development: Social and Cultural Aspects”, in: Y. Mundlak and S.F. Singer (eds.), Arid Zone Development, Bellinger Publ. Co., Cambridge, MA, 1977, 231-243.

  43. “Expatriate Communities”, Current Sociology, 24(3), 1977, 5-133.

  44. “Recent Anthropological Studies of Middle Eastern Communities and Ethnic Groups”, Annual Review of Anthropology, 6, 1977, 315-347.

  45. “The Impact of Tourism on the Physical Environment”, Annals of Tourism Research, 5(2), 1978, 215-237. Reprinted in: L.E. Hudson, Tourism: A Shrinking World, Grid Inc., Columbus, OH, 1980, pp. 186-203.

  46. “A Phenomenology of Tourist Experiences”, Sociology, 13, 1979, 179-201., Reprinted in: Les Cahiers du Tourisme, Ser. C., No. 52, 1984, 1-28; Y. Apostopoulos, et al. (eds.): The Sociology of Tourism, Routledge, London and New York, 1996, pp. 90-111; S.L. Roberson (ed.): Defining Travel, University of Mississippi Press, Jackson, 2001, pp. 29-55; S. Williams (ed): Tourism: Critical Concepts in Social Sciences, Vol. II, The Experience of Tourism, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, London, 2001; reprinted in No. 143 below.

  47. “Rethinking the Sociology of Tourism”, Annals of Tourism Research, 6(1), 1979, 18-35.

  48. “Urban Hierarchy, Urban Policy and Urban Social Change in Israel and the Arab World: A Comparative Analysis”, in: J. Beaujeu-Garnier and Sh. Reichman (eds.), Urbanisation Contemporaine et Justice Sociale, Min. de L’Energie et de l’Infrastructure, Israel, 1979, 70-94.

  49. “The Impact of Tourism on the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand”, International Asienforum, 10(1/2), 1979, 5-38. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  50. “The Pacific Islands from Utopian Myth to Consumer Product: The Disenchantment of Paradise”, Les Cahiers du Tourisme, Ser. B, No. 27, Feb. 1982, 1-34. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  51. “Persistence and Change in the Kibbutz Community”, in: E. Kamenka (ed.), Community as a Social Ideal, E. Arnold, London, 1982, 123-146.

  52. “Marginal Paradises – Bungalow Tourism on the Islands of Southern Thailand”, Annals of Tourism Research, 9(2), 1982, 189-228. (German translation published in: H.J. Kagelman (ed.), Tourismuswissenschaft, Quintessenz, München, 1993, 41-76.) Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  53. “Jungle Guides in Northern Thailand – The Dynamics of A Marginal Occupational Role”, Sociological Review, 30(2), 1982, 234-266. Reprinted in 124 below.

  54. “Refugee Art in Thailand”, Cultural Survival Quarterly, 6(4), 1982, 40-42.

  55. “Thai Girls and Farang Men: The Edge of Ambiguity”, Annals of Tourism Research, 9(3), 1982, 403-428. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  56. “The Dynamics of Commercialized Arts: The Meo and Yao of Northern Thailand”, Journal of the National Research Council of Thailand, 15(1), 1983, Part II, 1-34. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  57. “Hill Tribe Tourism”, in: J. McKinnon and W. Bhruksasri (eds.), Highlanders of Thailand, Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur, 1983, pp. 307-325. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  58. (with A. Shiloah), “The Dynamics of Change in Jewish Oriental Ethnic Music in Israel”, Ethnomusicology, 27(2), 1983, 227-251. (Hebrew translation published in: Pe’amim, No. 12, 1983, 3-25). Reprinted in: A.Weingrod (ed.), Studies in Israeli Ethnicity: After the Ingathering, Gordon and Breach, New York, 1985, 317-340.

  59. “Insider and Outsiders: The Dynamics of Bungalow Tourism on the Islands of Southern Thailand”, Human Organization, 42(2), 1983, 158-162. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  60. “Ethnicity and Legitimation in Contemporary Israel”, Jerusalem Quarterly, No. 28, 1983, 111-124. Reprinted in: E. Krausz (ed.), Politics and Society in Israel, Studies of Israeli Society, Vol. III, Transaction Books, New Brunswick and Oxford, 1985, 320-333.

  61. “The Evolution of Social Eco-Systems”, in: J.B. Calhoun (ed.), Environment and Population: Problems of Adaptation, Praeger, New York, 1983, 140-2.

  62. “Hardness of Choice”, in: Sh. Spiro and E. Yuchtman-Yaar (eds.), Evaluating the Welfare State, Academic Press, New York, 1983, 387-396.

  63. “The Social Transformation of a Market Township in Southern Thailand”, Pacific Viewpoint, 24(2), 1983, 167-188.

  64. “The Energy Transition in a Market Township in Southern Thailand”, Journal of the Siam Society, 71, 1983, 10-24.

  65. “The Israeli Kibbutz: The Dynamics of Pragmatic Utopianism”, in: Totalitarianism, Democracy and After, Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem, 1984, 362-376.

  66. “The Sociology of Tourism: Approaches, Problems and Findings”, Annual Review of Sociology, 10, 1984, 373-392. Reprinted in: Y. Apostopoulos, et al. (eds.): The Sociology of Tourism, Routledge, London and New York, 1996, pp. 51-71.

  67. “The Dropout Expatriates: A Study of Marginal Farangs in Bangkok”, Urban Anthropology, 13(1), 1984, [1986], pp. 91-114.

  68. “The Tourist Guide: The Origins, Structure and Dynamics of a Role”, Annals of Tourist Research, 12(1), 1985, 5-29. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  69. “Sociocultural Change in Thailand: A Reconceptualization”, in: E. Cohen, M. Lissak, U. Almagor (eds.), Comparative Social Dynamics, Westview Press., Boulder, CO, 1985, pp. 82-94. Reprinted in No. 102 below.

  70. “Tourism as Play”, Religion, 15, 1985, 291-304. Reprinted in No.143 below.

  71. (with A. Shiloah), “Major Trends of Change in Jewish Oriental Ethnic Music in Israel”, Popular Music, Vol. 5, 1985, 199-223.

  72. “A Soi in Bangkok: The Dynamics of Lateral Urban Expansion”, Journal of the Siam Society, 73(1/2), 1985, 1-22.

  73. “Lovelorn Farangs: The Correspondence Between Foreign Men and Thai Girls”, Anthropological Quarterly, 59(3), 1986, 115-127. Reprinted in No. 124 below. Reprinted in G.Gmelch and W.P. Zenner (eds.): Urban Life, Waveland Press, Prospect Heights, Ill., 1988, pp. 276-290.

  74. “Tourism and Time”, World Leisure and Recreation, 28(5), 1986, 13-16.

  75. (with R. Cooper), “Language and Tourism”, Annals of Tourism Research, 13(4), 1986, 533-563. Reprinted in No.143 below.

  76. “The Tourist as Victim and Protégé of Law Enforcing Agencies”, Leisure Studies, 6, 1987, 181-198. Reprinted in No 143 below.

  77. “’Phut Thai Dai!’ Acquisition of Hosts’ Language among Expatriates in Bangkok”, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, No. 63, 1987, 5-19.

  78. “Introduction to ‘The Price of Peace: The Removal of the Israeli Settlements in Sinai’”, in: E. Cohen (ed.), The Price of Peace, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 23(1), 1987, 1-11.

  79. “The Removal of the Israeli Settlements in Sinai: An Ambiguous Resolution of an Existential Conflict”, in: E. Cohen (ed.), The Price of Peace, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 23(1), 1987, 139-149.

  80. (with N. Ben-Yehuda and J. Aviad), “Recentering the World: The Quest for ‘Elective Centers’ in a Secularized Universe”, Sociological Review, 35(2), 1987, 320-346.

  81. “The Hmong Cross – A Cosmic Symbol in Hmong (Meo) Textile Design”, Res, No. 14, Autumn, 1987, 27-45. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  82. “’Alternative Tourism’ – a Critique”, Tourism Recreation Research, 12(2), 1987, 13-18.

  83. (with N. Ben-Yehuda), “Counter Cultural Movements and Totalitarian Democracy”, Sociological Inquiry, 57(4), 1987, 372-393.

  84. “Sensuality and Venality in Bangkok: The Dynamics of Cross Cultural Mapping of Prostitution”, Deviant Behavior, 8, 1987, 223-234. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  85. “Thailand, Burma and Laos – an Outline of the Comparative Social Dynamics of Three Theravada Buddhist Societies in the Modern Era”, in: S.N. Eisenstadt, (ed.), Patterns of Modernity, Vol. II: Beyond the West, Frances Pinter, London, 1987, 192-216. Reprinted in No. 102 below.

  86. “Radical Secularisation and the Destructuration of the Universe of Knowledge in Late Modernity”, in S.N. Eisenstadt and I.F. Silber (eds.), Cultural Traditions and Worlds of Knowledge: Explorations in the Sociology of Knowledge, Knowledge and Society: Studies in the Sociology of Culture Past and Present, Vol. 7, JAI Press, Greenwich, 1988, 202-223.

  87. “The Broken Cycle: Smell in a Bangkok Soi (Lane)”, Ethnos 53, (1-2), 1988, 37-49. Reprinted in J. Drobnick (Ed.): The Smell Culture Reader, Oxford, Berg, 2006, 118-127.

  88. “Traditions in the Qualitative Sociology of Tourism”, Annals of Tourism Research, 15(1), 1988, 29-46. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  89. “Qualitative Sociology in Israel – a Brief Survey”, Qualitative Sociology 11(1/2), 1988, 88-98.

  90. “Authenticity and Commoditization in Tourism”, Annals of Tourism Research, 15(3), 1988, 371-386. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  91. “The Commercialization of Ethnic Crafts”, Craft Reports from All Around the World, World Crafts Council, Copenhagen, 1988, 94-103. Reprinted in Journal of Design History, 2(2-3), 1989, 161-168.

  92. “Tourism and AIDS in Thailand”, Annals of Tourism Research, 15(4), 1988, 467-486. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  93. “From Tribal Costume to Pop Fashion: The ‘Boutiquisation’ of the Textiles of the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand”, Studies in Popular Culture, 11(2), 1988, 49-59. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  94. “Citizenship, Nationality and Religion in Israel and Thailand”, in: B. Kimmerling (ed.), The Israeli State and Society, New York, SUNY Press, 1989, 66-92. Reprinted in No. 102 below.

  95. “’Primitive and Remote’: Hill Tribe Trekking in Thailand”, Annals of Tourism Research, 16(1), 1989, 30-61. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  96. “The Changing Legitimations of the State of Israel”, Studies in Contemporary Jewry, 5, 1989, 148-165.

  97. “International Politics and the Transformation of Folk Crafts – The Hmong (Meo) of Thailand and Laos”, Journal of the Siam Society, 77(1), 1989, 69-82. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  98. “The Missionary as Stranger: A Phenomenological Analysis of Christian Missionaries’ Encounter with the Folk Religions of Thailand”, Review of Religious Research, 31(4), 1990, 337-350.

  99. “Hmong (Meo) Commercialized Refugee Art: From Ornament to Picture”, in: D. Eban, E. Cohen, and B. Danet (eds.), Art as a Means of Communication in Pre-Literate Societies, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1990, 51-95. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  100. “Christianity and Buddhism in Thailand: The ‘Battle of the Axes’ and the ‘Contest of Power’”, Social Compass, 1991, 38(2), 115-140.

  101. (with G. Dann), “Sociology and Tourism”, Annals of Tourism Research, 18(1), 1991, 155-169. Reprinted in: Y. Apostopoulos, et al. (eds.): The Sociology of Tourism, Routledge, London and New York, 1996, pp. 301-314.

  102. Thai Society in Comparative Perspective, White Lotus, Bangkok, 1991.

Chapter 4, reprinted in: R. Kahana (ed.): Studies in Rural Development, Scripta Hierosolymitana, 34, 1993, pp. 147-172.

Chapter 3, translated into German as “Siam und der Westen: Das Problem der Thai-Modernisierung”, in: S.N. Eisenstadt (Hrsg.): Kulturen der Achsenzeit , II, Teil 3: Buddhismus, Islam, Altägypten, westliche Kultur, Suhrkamp, Frankfurt, 1992, pp. 75-100.



  1. “Leisure – The Last Resort: A Comment”, in: B.L. Driver, P.J. Brown, G.L. Peterson (eds.), Benefits of Leisure, Venture Publ., Inc., State College, PA, 1991, 438-444.

  2. “Thai Democracy as National Symbol and Political Practice”, in: S.N. Eisenstadt (ed.), Democracy and Modernity, E.J. Brill, Leiden, 1992, 86-102. Reprinted in No. 102 above.

  3. “Pilgrimage Centers: Concentric and Excentric”, Annals of Tourism Research, 19(1), 1992, 33-50.

  4. “Policy Options for Tourist Art Development”, World Travel and Tourism Review, 2, 1992, 175-176.

  5. (with Y. Nir and U. Almagor), “Stranger-Local Interaction in Photography”, Annals of Tourism Research, 19(2), 1992, 213-233.

  6. “Tourist Arts”, Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management, 4, 1992, 3-32.

  7. “Who Are the Chao Khao? ‘Hill Tribe’ Postcards from Northern Thailand”, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, No. 98, 1992, 101-125.

  8. “Pilgrimage and Tourism: Convergence and Divergence”, in: E.A. Morinis (ed.), Journeys to Sacred Places, Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, 1992, 47-61.

  9. “The Growing Gap: Hill Tribe Image and Reality”, Pacific Viewpoint, 33(2), 1992, 165-169. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  10. “What is an Ethnographic Object?” in: A. Zemer (ed.), Jewish Ethnography in the Museum, ICOM, Haifa, 1993, 9-15 (in Hebrew).

  11. “Open-ended Prostitution as a Skilful Game of Luck: Opportunity, Risk and Security Among Tourist-oriented Prostitutes in a Bangkok Soi”, in: M. Hitchcock, V.T. King, M.J.G. Parnwell (eds.), Tourism in Southeast Asia, Routledge, London, 1993, 155-178. Reprinted in No. 124 below.

  12. “The Study of Touristic Images of Native People: Mitigating the Stereotype of a Stereotype”, in: D.G. Pearce, R.W. Butler (eds.), Tourism Research: Critiques and Challenge, Routledge, London, 1993, 36-69.

  13. (with E. Ben-Ari), “Hard Choices: A Sociological Analysis of Value Incommensurability”, Human Studies, 16, 1993, 267-297.

  14. “The Heterogeneization of a Tourist Art”, Annals of Tourism Research, 20(1), 1993, 138-163. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  15. “Contemporary Tourism: Trends and Challenges”, in: R. Butler and D. Pearce (eds.), Change in Tourism, Routledge, London, 1995, 12-29. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  16. “Christianization and Indigenization: Contrasting Processes of Religious Adaptation in Thailand”, in: S. Kaplan (ed.), Indigenous Responses to Western Christianity, New York University Press, New York, 1995, 29-55.

  17. “Israel as a Post-Zionist Society”, Israel Affairs, 1(3), 1995, 203-214. Also in: D. Ohana and R. Wistrich (eds.), The Shaping of Israeli Identity, Frank Cass, London, 1995, 203-214. Hebrew translation published in: D. Ohana and R. Wistrich (eds.): Myth and Memory, Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, Tel-Aviv, 1996, 156-166.

  18. “Tourist Craft Ribbon Development in Thailand”, Tourism Management, 16(3), 1995, 225-235. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  19. “The Representation of Arabs and Jews on Postcards in Israel”, History of Photography, 19(3), 1995, 210-220.

  20. “Golf in Thailand: From Sport to Business”, Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science, 23(2), 1995, 1-17.

  21. “Touting Tourists in Thailand: Tourist Oriented Crime and Social Structure”, in A. Pizam and Y. Mansfeld (eds.), Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues, John Wiley, New York, 1996, 77-90.

  22. Thai Tourism: Hill Tribes, Islands and Open-Ended Prostitution, White Lotus, Bangkok, 1996.

  23. “Hunter-Gatherer Tourism in Thailand”, in: R. Butler and Th. Hinch (eds.), Tourism and Indigenous People, International Thomson Business Press, London, 1996, 227-254. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  24. “Temporal Ambiguity in Hmong Representational Textile Art”, Visual Anthropology, 9(1), 1996, 25-40. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  25. “Tourism-related Crime: Towards a Sociology of Crime and Tourism”, Visions in Leisure and Business, 16(1), 1997, 4-14. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  26. (with O. Levy), “The Occupation by Jews of St. John’s Hospice in the Old City of Jerusalem: An Analysis of an Iconic Event”, Urban Anthropology, 26(2), 1997, 201-238.

  27. “Tourism and Religion: A Comparative Perspective”, Pacific Tourism Review, 2(1), 1998, 1-10. Reprinted in No. 143 below.

  28. “From Buddha Images to Mickey Mouse Figures: The Transformation of Ban Thawai Carvings”, in: M.C. Howard, W. Wattanapun, A. Gordon (eds.), Traditional T’ai Arts in Comparative Perspective, White Lotus, Bangkok, 1998, 149-174. Reprinted in No. 133 below.

  29. “Thai Workers in Israeli Agriculture”, in: R. Nathanson, L. Achdut (eds.), The New Worker: Wage Earners from Foreign Countries in Israel, Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House, Tel-Aviv, 1999, 155-204. (in Hebrew)

  30. “Towards an Agenda for Tourism Research in Southeast Asia”, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 4(2), 1999, 79-89.

  31. The Commercialized Crafts of Thailand: Hill Tribes and Lowland Villages, Curzon Press, London, and University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 2000.

  32. “Cultural Fusion”, in: E. Avrami, R. Mason, M. de la Torre: Values and Heritage Conservation, The Getty Institute, Los Angeles, 2000, 44-50.

  33. (with Z. Rosenhek), “Patterns of Incorporation of ‘Foreign Workers’ and Israel’s Migration Regime: a Comparative Analysis”, Israeli Sociology, 3(1) 2000, pp. 53-77 (in Hebrew).

  34. “Thailand in ‘Touristic Transition’”, in: Chang Tou Chuang and Teo Cheok Chim (eds.): Interconnected Worlds: Tourism in Southeast Asia, Singapore, Singapore University Press, 2001 pp. 157-175. Reprinted in No. 143 above.

  35. “Ethnic Tourism in Southeast Asia”, in: Tan Ch.-B., S.C.H. Cheung and Yang Hui (eds.): Tourism, Anthropology and China, Bangkok, White Lotus, 2001, pp. 27-52. (Chinese translation: Kunming: Yunnan University Publishing House 2001, pp. 19-43).

138. The Chinese Vegetarian Festival in Phuket: Religion, Ethnicity and Tourism on a Southern Thai Island, White Lotus, Bangkok, 2001.

139. “Authenticity, Equity and Sustainability in Tourism”, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 10(4), 2002, 267-276.

140. “Transnational Marriage in Thailand: The Dynamics of Extreme Heterogamy”, in: Th.G. Bauer and B.McKercher (eds.): Sex and Tourism, Journeys of Romance, Love, and Lust, New York: The Haworth Hospitality Press, 2003, pp. 57-81.

141. ”Contemporary Tourism and the Host Community in Less Developed Areas”, Tourism Recreation Research 28(1), 2003, 1-9.




  1. “Backpacking: Diversity and Change”, in: G. Richards and J. Wilson (eds.): The Global Nomad, Clevedon: Channel View Publications, 2004, 43-59.

Reprinted in: Sh.B. Gmelch (ed.): Tourists and Tourism, Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, 2004, 389-40. Reprinted in: Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 1(2), 2003: 95-110.

  1. Contemporary Tourism: Diversity and Change, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2004. (Chinese translation 2008).

  2. (with N. Avieli), “Food in Tourism: Attraction and Impediment”, Annals of Tourism Research, 31(4), 2004: 755-778.

  3. (with M. Askew): “Pilgrimage and Prostitution: Contrasting Modes of Border Tourism in Lower South Thailand”, Tourism Recreation Research, 29(2), 2004: 89-114.

  4. “The Beach of ‘The Beach’ – The Politics of Environmental Damage in Thailand”, Tourism Recreation Research, 30(1), 2005, 1-17. Reprinted in No. 158 below, pp. 53-83.

  5. (with Ch. Noy), “Introduction: Backpacking as a Rite of Passage in Israel”, in: Ch. Noy and E. Cohen (eds.): Israeli Backpackers and Their Society, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005, pp. 1-43.

148 (with Ch. Noy), ” Conclusion: the Backpackers and Israeli Society”, in: Ch. Noy and E. Cohen (eds.): Israeli Backpackers and Their Society, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005, pp. 251-261.

149. ”Tourism and Disaster: The Tsunami Waves in Southern Thailand”, in: W. Alojziak and R. Winiarski (eds.): Tourism in Scientific Research, Kraków- Rzeszów, Academy of Physical Education in Kraków and University of Technology and Management in Rzeszów, 2005, pp.81-114. (Polish translation, 2005). Abbreviated version published in No.158 below, pp.23-51.


150. “Pai – a Backpacker Enclave in Transition”, Tourism Recreation Research, 31(3), 2006, 11-27. Reprinted in No. 158 below, pp. 105-134.

151. “Medical Tourism in Thailand”, in A. Aktaş (ed.): Turk-Kazakh International Tourism Conference 2006, The Proceedings, Alanya [Turkey], Akdeniz Ǘniversitesi Alanya İşletme Fakűltesi, 2006, Book I, pp. 87-117. Revised version published in No. 158 below, pp. 226-255.

152. “Tsunami and Flash Floods – Contrasting Modes of Tourism-related Disasters in Thailand,” Tourism Recreation Research, 31(1), 2007, pp. 21-39.

153. “Youth Tourists in Acre: A Disturbance Becomes a Lifelong Preoccupation,” in D. Nash (ed.): The Study of Tourism: Anthropological and Sociological Beginnings, Amsterdam, Elsevier, 2007, pp. 50-59.

154. “’Authenticity’ in Tourism Studies: Aprés la lutte”, Tourism Recreation Research, 32(2), 2007, pp. 75-82. Reprinted in T.V. Singh (ed.): Critical Debates in Tourism, Bristol: Channel View Publications, 2012, pp. 250-261, 272-273.

155. “From Benefactor to Tourist: Santa on Cards from Thailand”, Annals of Tourism Research, 34(3), 2007, pp. 690-701. Reprinted in No. 158 below, pp. 257-276.

156. “The ‘Post-Modernization’ of a Mythical Event: Naga Fireballs on the Mekong River”, Tourism, Culture and Communication, 7(3), 2007 pp. 169-181. Reprinted in No. 158 below, pp. 85-104.

157. “Kuan To: The Vegetarian Festival in a Peripheral Southern Thai Shrine”, in P. Kitiarsa (ed.): Religious Commodifications in Asia, London and New York, Routledge, 2008, pp. 68-88

158. Explorations in Thai Tourism; Collected Case Studies, Bingley (U.K.): Emerald, 2008.

159. “The Changing Faces of Contemporary Tourism”, Society, 45(4), 2008, pp. 330-333. (reprinted in Folia Turistica 25(1), 2011, pp. 13-19); Polish translation Folia Turistica 25(2), 2001, pp.. 13-20).

160. “Taking Distance: Israeli Backpackers and Their Society”, in J. Brauch, A. Lipphardt and A. Nocke (eds): Jewish Topographies; Visions of Space, Traditions of Place, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, pp. 265-276.

161. “Southeast Asian Ethnic Tourism in a Changing World”, Asian Anthropology 7, 2008, pp. 25-56. (Chinese translation in: Tourism, Ethnic and Cultural Diversity, Kunming: Yunnan University Press, 2011: 17-46).

162. “The Tsunami Waves and the Paradisiac Cycle: The Changing Image of the Andaman Coastal Region of Thailand”, Tourism Analysis, 14(3), 2008, pp. 221-232.

163. “Death of a Backpacker: Incidental but Not Random”, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 6(3) 2008, pp. 209-226.

164. “Death in paradise: tourist fatalities in the tsunami disaster in Thailand”, Current Issues in Tourism, 12(2), 2009, pp. 183-199.

165. “Spirit Possession and Tourism at Thai Festivals: A Comparative Study”. Tourism Recreation Research 34(1), 2009, pp. 45-54.




166. “The Wild and the Humanized: Animals in Thai Tourism”, Anatolia, 20(1), 2009, pp. 100-118.


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167. “Tourism, Leisure and Authenticity”, Tourism Recreation Research, 35(1), 2010, pp. 67-73.


168. “Confirmation versus Contestation of Tourism Theories in Tourist Jokes,” Tourism Analysis, 15(1), 2010, pp. 3-16.




169. (with M. Neal) “Coinciding Crises and Tourism in Contemporary Thailand,” Current Issues in Tourism, 13(5), 2010, pp. 455-175.

170. “Panda and elephant – contesting animal icons in Thai tourism,” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 8(3), 2010, pp. 154-171.

171. “Medical Travel – A Critical Assessment,” Tourism Recreation Research, 35(3), 2010, pp. 225-237.

172. “Dinosaurs in Thai Culture and Tourism,” Tourism, Culture and Communication, 10(2), 2010, pp. 117-135.

173. “Tourism Crises: A Comparative Perspective,” International Journal of Tourism Policy, 3(4), 2010, pp. 281-296.

174. ”Tourism and Land Grab in the Aftermath of the Indian Ocean Tsunami,” Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 11(3), 2011, pp. 224-236.

175. “The People of Tourism Cartoons,” Anatolia, 22(3), 2011: 326-349.




176. “Medical Tourism and the Quality-of-Life,” in M. Uysal, R. Perdue and J. Sirgy (eds.): Handbook of Tourism and Quality-of-Life, Dordrecht: Springer, 2012, pp. 169-191.


177. “The Vegetarian Festival and the city pillar: the appropriation of a Chinese religious custom for a cult of the Thai civic religion,” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 10(1), 2012, pp. 1-21.

178. (with M. Neal), “A Middle Eastern Muslim Tourist Enclave in Bangkok,” Tourism Geographies 14(4), 2012, pp. 570-598.

179. “Contesting discourses of blood in the ‘red shirts’ protests in Bangkok,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 43(2), 2012, pp. 216-233.




180. (with S.A. Cohen), “Authentication: Hot and Cool,” Annals of Tourism Research 39(3), 2012, pp. 1295-1314.

181. “Major trends in contemporary tourism”. In C.H.C. Hsu and W.M. Gartner (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Tourism Research, London and New York: Routledge, 2012, pp. 310-323. (Spanish translation published in Politica y sociedad, 42(1), 2005, pp. 11-24).

182. “Globalization, Global Crises and Tourism,” Tourism Recreation Research 37(2), 2012, pp. 103-111.


183. (with S.A. Cohen) “Current Sociological Theories and Issues in Tourism,” Annals of Tourism Research 39(4), 2012, pp. 2177-2202.

184. “Fetuses in a Thai Buddhist Temple as Chaotic Irruption and Public Embarrassment,” Asian Anthropology 11, 2012, pp. 1-20.


185. “Tiger Tourism: From Shooting to Petting,” Tourism Recreation Research 37(3), 2012, pp. 193-204.
186. “Flooded: An Auto-Ethnography of the 2011 Bangkok Floods”, ASEASAustrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies 5(2), 2012, pp. 316-334.

187. “Tattoo tourism in the contemporary West and in Thailand”, in M. Smith and G. Richards (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Cultural Tourism, London and New York: Routledge, 2013, pp. 183-189.

188. “’Buddhist Compassion’ and ‘Animal Abuse’ in Thailand’s Tiger Temple”, Society & Animals 21(3), 2013, pp. 266-283.

189. “Body Piercing in ‘Modern Primitivism’ and in Thailand’s Vegetarian Festival: A Comparative Study”, Tourism, Culture and Communication, 12, 2013, pp.51-68.

190. “Roadside Memorials in Northeastern Thailand”, Omega: Journal of Death and Dying, 66(4), 2013, pp. 343-363.

191. “Tourist Myths – a comparative Examination”, Acta Turistica 25(1), 2013, pp. 7-20 (Croatian translation 2013).

192. “Bus Paintings in Thailand: A Post-Modern Urban Art Form in Comparative Perspective”, ASEAS - Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 6(2), 2013, pp. 242-263.

193. “Recreational Hunting: Ethics, Experiences and Commoditization”, Tourism Recreation Research 39(1), 2014, pp. 3-17.

EDITING


194. (with A. Shahar, D. Weintraub, and I. Shelach), Cities in Israel, Akademon, Jerusalem, 1973 (in Hebrew) (mimeo).

195. “Sociology of Tourism”, Special Issue of Annals of Tourism Research, 6(1-2), 1979, 18-194.

196. “European Studies in Tourism”, Special Issue of Annals of Tourism Research, 8(3), 1981, 331-479.

197. (with M. Lissak and U. Almagor), Comparative Social Dynamics: Essays in Honor of S.N. Eisenstadt, Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1985.

198. “Tourist Guides: Pathfinders, Mediators and Animators”, Special Issue of Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 12(1), 1985, 5-95.

199. “The Price of Peace: The Removal of the Israeli Settlements in Sinai”, Special Issue of Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 23(1), 1987, 1-149.

200. (with D. Eban and B. Danet), Art as a Means of Communication in Pre-Literate Societies, Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1990.

201. “Tourist Arts”, Special Issue of Annals of Tourism Research, 20(1), 1993, 1-215.

202. (associate editor), J. Jafari (chief editor): Encyclopedia of Tourism, Routledge, London and New York, 2000.

203. (with Ch. Noy), Israeli Backpackers and Their Society: A View from Afar, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005.

204. (with Ph. Pearce): “Backpacker Tourism”, Special Issue of Tourism Recreation Research, 31(3), 2006, 5-86.


FORTHCOMING

205. “The Permutations of Thai Tourism,” forthcoming in Husa, K. (ed.) Southeast Asia Mobility Transitions – Recent Trends in Tourism and Migration. Abhandlungen zur Geographie und Regionalforschung, 19, 2013.

206. “Climatic Bubbles and Social Inequalities” (accepted in collection of articles on senses).

207. “From Phra Phum to Phra Prom: The Cosmization of the Thai Spirit House,” forthcoming in Husa, K. (ed.) Southeast Asia Mobility Transitions – Recent Trends in Tourism and Migration. Abhandlungen zur Geographie und Regionalforschung, 19, 2013.

208. “Heritage Tourism in Thai Urban Communities”, Forthcoming Tourism, Culture and Communication 14(1) 2014.

209. (with S.A. Cohen): “Beyond Eurocentrism in Tourism: a Paradigm Shift to Mobilities” forthcoming Tourism Recreation Research 40, 2015.


210. (with S.A. Cohen) “A Mobilities Approach to Tourism from Emerging World Regions”, forthcoming Current Issues in Tourism 2014.
211. ”Young Elephants in Thai Tourism – a Fatal Attraction” forthcoming in K. Markwell (ed.) Birds, Beasts and Tourists: Human-Animal Relations in Tourism. Bristol: Channel View Publications.
212. “’Mobile Cultures’ as Leisure Pursuits and Tourist Attractions – Gauchos, Cowboys and Indians” (submitted).
213. “Tourism Encroachment on Reserved Forest Areas – A Case Study from Thailand” forthcoming Tourism Recreation Research 39(2), 2014.
214. “Bullfighting and Tourism” forthcoming in Tourism Analysis 2014.


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