As the tourism industry in Morocco expands, so does Morocco’s online presence. Digital representations of Morocco are often written by and geared toward Westerners; these are often projections of an imagined Morocco, one that is informed by Orientalist conceptions of the Arab/Islamic countries. This study aims to analyze a selection of online articles about touring Morocco in an effort to determine how the underlying Orientalist attitudes in these pieces fit into a larger narrative of exploitation and Western dominance.
Civic and Community Engagement | History | Islamic World and Near East History | Sociology of Culture | Tourism
Ayau, Lily P., "Tourism and Representation: Digital Expressions and Implications of Orientalism" (2017). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. 2674.