Here's an excerpt from the review:
"Jenny Chio’s insights and methodological innovations...shake all our analytical certainties and reveal the necessity for an all encompassing integrated evaluation (surpassing the bipolar analysis of leisure-labour, migrant-tourism). This sounds as an invitation to all researchers on tourism, independently of their disciplinary background (anthropology, ethnography, geography, history, economics, architecture, cultural studies, heritage conservation, sociology, politics, etc.) to integrate the two major characteristics of tourism – that she identifies as visuality and mobility – and to investigate on their effects not only in relation to tourists but also with regard to the hosting societies."
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