As early as 1996, Graham M.S. Dann pointed out that travel and tourism had become the world’s largest and fastest growing industry and drew attention to the language used in this sector, the basis of tourism communication and promotion. Since then the importance of the language of tourism has emerged, perhaps slower than expected, but it has eventually given rise to a vast and fruitful research activity, particularly in the field of specialized discourse in Italy (Agorni; Calvi; Cappelli; Castello; Denti; Francesconi; Maci; Manca; Nigro).

Mind the Gap in Tourism Discourse: Translation, Mediation, Inclusion

Agorni Mirella;
2019

Abstract

As early as 1996, Graham M.S. Dann pointed out that travel and tourism had become the world’s largest and fastest growing industry and drew attention to the language used in this sector, the basis of tourism communication and promotion. Since then the importance of the language of tourism has emerged, perhaps slower than expected, but it has eventually given rise to a vast and fruitful research activity, particularly in the field of specialized discourse in Italy (Agorni; Calvi; Cappelli; Castello; Denti; Francesconi; Maci; Manca; Nigro).
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