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77). Such is the nevertotal and never-absolute Foucauldian specular bias of institutions. Had Foucault ventured into studies of tourism and of the declarative authority of policy makers, practitioners and players in the public culture, the public heritage and the public nature domains of tourism and travel, he would clearly not just have been interested in how the gazes of industrial or public tourism were institutionalized and overseen, but also in what they ‘consubstantially produced’ or help produce (Foucault, 1980, p.
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