明信片研究的部分书目

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Atila, Y. and A. Olcay (2006). “Research article: Postcards as affective image makers: An idle agent in destination marketing.” Tourism Management 28: 714-725.

Beukers, A. (2007). Exotic postcards : the lure of distant lands / Alan Beukers ; introduction by Paul Theroux, New York : Thames & Hudson, 2007.

Burns, P. M. (2004). “Six postcards from Arabia: A visual discourse of colonial travels

in the Orient.” Tourist Studies 4: 255–275.

Carlson, J. D. (2009). “Postcards and Propaganda: Cartographic Postcards as Soft News Images of the Russo-Japanese War.” POLITICAL COMMUNICATION 26(2): 212-237.

Clairday, R. and M. Clairday (2002). Postcards from World War II: Sights and sentiments from the Second World War. Garden City Park, NY, Square One.

Cohen, E. (1995). “The representation of Arabs and Jews on postcards in 19,.” Israel. History of Photography 19: 210-220.

Cook, D. (1986). Picture Postcards in Australia 1898–1920.

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Davis, A. F. (2002). Postcards from Vermont: A social history, 1905–1945. Lebanon, NH, University Press of New England.

Edwards, E. (1996). Postcards – greetings from another world. ,

. The Tourist Image: Myths and Myth Making in Tourism. T. Selwyn. Chichester (USA), John Wiley and Sons.

Evans, E. J. and J. Richards (1980). A social history of Britain in postcards, 1870–1930. London, Longman.

Fisher, L. F. (2001). Alamo to Espada: A vintage postcard profile of San Antonio’s Spanish

missions. San Antonio, TX, Maverick.

Foundation, J. (1999). ““Coon cards”: Racist postcards have become collectors’ items.” Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 25: 72-73.

Fraser, J. (1980). “Propaganda on the picture postcard.” Oxford Art Journal 3(2): 39-47.

Greary, C. and V.-L. Webb (1998). Delivering views: Distant cultures in early postcards. Washington DC, Smithsonian Institution Press.

Hanley, S. and R. Hanley (1997). Wish you were here: Arkansas postcard past, 1900–1925

Fayetteville, AR, University of Arkansas Press.

Heckman, M. L. (2002). Santa Monica in vintage postcards. Charleston, SC, Arcadia.

Hillman, W. (2007). “Travel authenticated?: Postcards, tourist brochures, and travel

photography.” Tourism Analysis 12: 135–148.

Kahn, M. (2000). “Tahiti intertwined: Ancestral land, tourist postcard, and nuclear test site.” American Anthropologist 102: 7-26.

Kennedy, C. (2005). Just perfect!’ the pragmatics of valuation in holiday postcards.

. Discourse, Communication and Tourism. Tourism and Cultural Change. A. Jaworski and A. Pritchard. Clevedon, USA, Channel View Publications: 223–246.

Killen, J. (1985). John Bull’s famous circus: Ulster history through the postcard, 1905–1985. Dublin, Ireland, O’Brien Press.

Kohn, A. (2003). “Let’s putour (post)cardsonthe table.” Visual Communication 2: 265–284.

Konstantinos, A. and M. Mišela (2012). “Postcard mobility. Going beyond image and text.” Annals of Tourism Research.

Kurti, L. (2004). Picture perfect: community and commemoration in postcards. Working Images: Visual Research and Representation in Ethnography. S. Pink, L. Kurti and A. I. Afonso. New York, Routledge: 47–71.

Lear, B. A. (2008). “Wishing They Were There: Old Postcards and Library History.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 43(1): 77-101.

Letiche, H., C. Kuiper and L. Houweling (2011). “Live metaphor: Hardiness and postcards.” Culture & Organization 17(5): 389-401.

Management, A. (2006). “Video postcards.” Attraction Management 11(3): 79.

Markwick, M. (2001). “Postcards from Malta; image, consumption, context.”. Annals of Tourism Research 28(2): 417-438.

McDonald, I. (1991). The Boer War in postcards. Gloucestershire, UK, Sutton.

Mellinger, W. M. (1994). “Toward a critical analysis of tourism representations [Photographic postcards of African Americans from the South].” Annals of Tourism Research 21: 756–779.

Menchine, R. (2000). Propaganda postcards of World War II. Iola, WI, Krause.

Milman, A. (2011). “The Symbolic Role of Postcards in Representing a Destination Image: The Case of Alanya, Turkey.” International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration 12(2): 144-173.

Milman, A. (2012). “Postcards as representation of a destination image: The case of Berlin.” Journal of Vacation Marketing 18(2): 157-170.

O’Connor, P. and A. M. Cohen (2001). “Thoughts on the precipice: Japanese postcards, c.1903–39.” Japan Forum 13: 55–62.

Phillips, T. (2000). The Postcard Century: 2000 Cards and their Messages. London, Thames and Hudson.

Pritchard, A. and N. Morgan (2005). Representations of ‘ethnographic knowledge’: early comic postcards of Wales. Discourse, Communication and Tourism. A. Jaworski and A. Pritchard. Clevedon, USA, Channel View Publications.

Prochaska, D. (1991). “Fantasia of the Photothèque: French postcard views of Colonial Senegal.” African Arts 24(4): 40-47.

Ravier, M. (2012). “Holiday in Cambodia: ‘Wish you were here’s’ postcard paranoia.” Metro Magazine: Media & Education Magazine(172): 12.

Robyn, M. (2009). “Doing cultural work: Local postcard production and place identity in a rural shire.” Journal of Rural Studies 26: 1-11.

Ryan, D. B. (1982). Picture postcards in the United States 1893–1918: Updated edition. New York, Clarkson N. Potter.

Sigel, L. (2000). “Filth in the wrong people’s hands: postcards and the expansion of pornography in Britain and the Atlantic world, 1880–1914.” Journal of Social History 33(4): 859-885.

Steiner, K. (2001). Hawaii’s early territorial days 1900–1915: Viewed by vintage postcards from Island Curio. Honolulu, HI, Mutual.

Thurlow, C. J., A and V. Ylanne-McEwen (2005). “Half-hearted tokens of transparent love? “Ethnic” postcards and the visual mediation of host Tourist communication.” Tourism Culture and Communication 5(2): 93-104.

van Eeden, J. (2011). “Surveying the ‘Empty Land’ in Selected South African Landscape Postcards.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH 13(6): 600-612.

van Eeden, J. (2012). “Picturing the road: Automobility in selected South African postcards.” Communicatio: South African Journal for Communication Theory & Research 38(1): 84.

Vanderwood, P. J. and F. N. Samponaro (1988). Border fury: A picture postcard record of Mexico’s revolution and U.S. war preparedness, 1910–1917. Albuquerque, NM University of New Mexico Press.

Vaule, R. B. (2004). As we were: American photographic postcards, 1905–1930. Jaffrey, NH, David R. Godine.

Wilson, J. (1996). Luftwaffe propaganda postcards: A pictorial history in original German

postcards. Shrewsbury, UK, Airlife.

Wong, Y.-S. (2002). “Beyond (and below) incommensurability: The aesthetics of the postcard.” Common Knowledge 8: 333–356.

Woody, H. (1998). International postcards: their history, production and distribution

(circa 1895–1915). In: . (Eds.), . Delivering Views: Distant Cultures in Early Postcards. C. M. Geary and V. L. Webb. Washington (DC), Smithsonian Institution Press: 13–20.

Yüksel, A. and A. Olcay (2007). “Postcards as affective image makers: An idle agent in destination marketing.” Tourism Management 28: 714–725.

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