By Apollonius of Rhodes, Richard Hunter
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Positivist research; (ii) ‘modernist’ rigorous post-positivist methods; (iii) ‘blurred genres’ which embrace multiple approaches, such as feminism, semiotics, deconstruction, and so on; (iv) the ‘crisis of representation’ (see above), which includes reflexive writing of oneself into the field (see also Galani-Moutafi, 1999) and subjectivism (see Li, 2000); and, finally, (v) the abandonment of grand narratives and the embrace of the local and advocacy. Riley and Love (2000: 179) show that, to date, the fourth moment has hardly been touched in the ethnographic tourism literature, and the fifth, they claim, is completely absent.