Ambivalent encounters : childhood, tourism, and social change in Banaras, India /
This ethnographic study brings together scholarship on the anthropology of childhood, tourism, consumption, and exchange to examine how and why children working as unlicensed peddlers and tourist guides along the waterfront of Banaras, India, a popular and iconic tourist destination, elicit such pow...
New Brunswick, N.J. :
Rutgers University Press,
|Series:||Rutgers series in childhood studies.
|Online Access:||Available via JSTOR|
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