Tourism in Las Vegas
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The paper asserts that the connection between the tradition of invention and simulacra is their power. The paper explains that the first recreates and provides an opportunity for a different experience each time a tourist goes to Las Vegas, and the latter sugar coats whatever kind of experience the tourists had in Las Vegas so they want to come back no matter what happened to them. The paper relates that the two are interdependent and Las Vegas would not hold as much power and magic if they didn't both exist and work together.
From the Paper:"If tradition is a practice or custom that is repeated from generation to generation then the tradition of invention is the continued recreation of initiating behavior patterns in people. Las Vegas has always been known as a place to set yourself free--when people talk about Las Vegas they say "Whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas". This theme of a vacation in Las Vegas has remained the same from the city's creation--what is unique is the way the Las Vegas is able to recreate itself so even if you are a frequent tourist you will never have the same experience twice (Douglass &...)"
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