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Anthropology, the study of culture and of human societies, examines fashion by asking why certain styles are deemed socially appropriate and others are not. From the theory of interactionism, a certain practice or expression is chosen by those in power in a community, and that becomes “the fashion” as defined at a certain time by the people under influence of those in power. If a particular style has a meaning in an already occurring set of beliefs, then that style may have a greater chance of become fashion.

Fashion is unique, self-fulfilling and may be a key part of someone’s identity. Similarly to art, the aims of a person’s choices in fashion are not necessarily to be liked by everyone, but instead to be an expression of personal taste. Kriti Verma of Headlines India rated the film 4 out of 5, describing it as “an outstanding film and a must …

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BMWA concluded that many tourists have deserted the idea of taking a holiday due to present obstacles. This conclusion wouldn’t favour one manager’s belief, that accessible tourism merchandise should not be marketed separately from “normal” tourism merchandise, as a outcome of discriminatory reasons. However, advertising of accessible merchandise in the future could also be vital in making clients aware of accessible products and making an attempt to turn unhappy and pissed off customers who require improved accessibility, into loyal customers. An concern within the journal Current Issues in Tourism analysed topics regarding accessible tourism and located that crucial barrier to participation is affordability (Bélanger and Jolin, 2011; Diekmann and McCabe, 2011; Minnaert et al., 2011). In addition, disabled tourists incur additional costs relating directly to their incapacity (e.g. insurance, medical bills, gear, personal help support). All these circumstances account for the lack of participation in tourism activities and cut back …