Commemorating and communicating contested narratives in a digital era: lessons from Dark Tourism

Clive Baker, Bryn Parry

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    Abstract

    Many within the Research Innovation Hubs are addressing either communicating multiple-narratives or embracing the potential of the new Social Media Landscape ? sometimes both. Drawing upon their own experiences, in exploring Dark Tourism from such perspectives, Clive Baker and Bryn Parry will share their experiences and discuss selected case studies; hence, this workshop is likely to be of interest for those wishing to: ?learn more about the umbrella topic(s) of Dark Tourism / Thanatourism / Contested Heritages / Guilty Landscapes / etc. ?discuss uniting academic and personal research interests ? with REF and demonstrable real-world impacts in mind ?thread their own research across Research Innovation Hub boundaries ?explore overlaps and insights from their own investigations with using Web 2.1 / Multimedia / Social Media Landscape ? for narratives and storytelling ?enhance the, current, marketing of Tourism venues / Museums / Destinations / etc. ?discuss the case studies? insights for enhancing the real-world impact of SSU research and partnership
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBusiness and Society Research Innovation Hub workshop
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2016

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