Best Practice for Forensic Fishing: Combining Text Processing with an Environmental History View of Historic Travel Writing in Loch Lomond, Scotland

Karen Jones , Diana Maynard, Flurina Wartmann

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Abstract

Scenic landscapes are a main attractor for local and international tourism, and
in many cases have become designated as protected areas such as national parks
or scenic areas that promote their aesthetic qualities to attract visitors. But what
directs touristic attention to certain landscapes, and to specific places within
such landscapes? We argue that in order to find out how touristic landscapes
come into being, we need to turn our focus on how such landscapes become
constructed as idealised landscapes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnlocking Environmental Narratives
Subtitle of host publicationTowards Understanding Human Environment Interactions through Computational Text Analysis.
EditorsRoss S. Purves, Olga Koblet, Benjamin Adams
PublisherUbiquity Press
Chapter7
Pages133-160
Number of pages57
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-911529-58-3
ISBN (Print)978-1-911529-56-9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Dec 2022

Keywords

  • Computational Analysis of Text
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Narrative
  • environmental change

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