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Annals of Tourism Research is a social sciences journal focusing upon academic perspectives on tourism. For the purposes of determining areas of interest, tourism is defined as a global economic activity comprising travel behaviour, the management and marketing activities of service industries that arise to meet consumer demand, the effects of tourism activities on communities and policy and governance at local, national and international levels. While striving for a balance of theory and application, Annals is ultimately dedicated to developing theoretical constructs that span business and the social and behavioural sciences. Disciplinary areas include, but are not limited to: service industries management, marketing science, consumer marketing, decision-making and behaviour, business ethics, economics and forecasting, environment, geography and development, education and knowledge development, political science and administration, consumer-focused psychology, and anthropology and sociology. Its strategies are to invite and encourage offerings from various disciplines; to serve as a forum through which these may interact; and thus to expand frontiers of knowledge in and contribute to the literature on tourism social science from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Annals of Tourism Research is the companion journal to Annals of Tourism Research Empirical Insights.
The International Journal of Hospitality Management discusses major trends and developments in a variety of disciplines as they apply to the hospitality industry. The range of topics covered by the journal includes:
• Human resources management;
• Consumer behaviour and marketing;
• Business forecasting and applied economics;
• Operational management;
• Strategic management;
• Financial management;
• Planning and design;
• Information technology and e-commerce;
• Training and development;
• Technological developments;
• National and international legislation.
The journal also contains research papers, state-of-the-art reviews and analyses of business practice within the industry.
The Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education (JoHLSTE) is the leading international, peer-reviewed educational journal for this subject grouping. Its aims are to:
- Promote, enhance and disseminate research, good practice and innovation in all aspects of higher education in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism and Events to its prime audience including teachers, researchers, employers, and policy makers.
- Encourage greater understanding, links and collaboration across its constituent fields. JoHLSTE is designed to have maximum impact through it being available on-line, fully archived and peer-reviewed.
JoHLSTE is divided into seven sections: Editorial; Academic Papers; Practice Papers, Perspectives, Comments and Rejoinders, Research Notes and Reports and Education Resource Reviews.
- The Editorial addresses items of contemporary interest on an ad-hoc basis.
- For the Academic Papers section JoHLSTE invites full-length manuscripts (around 8,000 words) from a variety of disciplines. These papers will be subject to double blind peer review. Subjects covered include the broad areas of knowledge, policy, curriculum, learning and teaching, assessment, resources, employability, careers and quality. Both conceptual and empirical approaches are welcome. Manuscripts may take the form of research papers, case studies, literature reviews, critical evaluations, new methodologies and action research. Purely descriptive accounts are not considered suitable.
- The Practice Papers section encourages shorter contributions (around 3,000 words) from practicing teachers and others involved in the delivery of education and training including; employers, educational managers, staff developers and library and careers guidance staff. In particular, it encourages reflection on, and critical review of good (and bad) practice with a view to sharing experiences and promoting a "learning profession".
- The Perspectives section offers a platform (around 1,000-2,000 words) for contributors to make an initial mapping of the issues surrounding a recent development in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism education. As such it can act as an early stimulant for further research.
- Comments and Rejoinders offers an opportunity for readers to comment on articles published in previous editions of the journal.
- Research Notes and Reports, which are shorter report-style pieces and commentaries, will also be considered for publication.
- Education Resource Reviews offer provide critiques of resources related to student learning or effective teaching. A wide range of resources may be reviewed, including textbooks, websites, CD-ROMs, videos, databases and articles.
Tourism Management is the leading scholarly journal focuses on the management, including planning and policy, of travel and tourism. The journal takes an interdisciplinary approach in examining international, national and regional tourism as well as specific management issues.
The journal's contents reflect its integrative approach - including primary research articles, progress in tourism research, case studies, research notes, discussion of current issues, and book reviews. As a scholarly journal, all papers published should contribute to theoretical and/or methodological advancement, in addition to having specific implications for tourism management/policy.
Innovative topics and perspectives that challenge traditional paradigms are welcome to push the knowledge boundary of tourism management.
Authors are also welcome to submit to Tourism Management's companion title, Tourism Management Perspectives.
Welcome to Tourism Management Perspectives, a companion title to the highly-regarded Tourism Management.
Tourism Management Perspectives is an interdisciplinary journal concerned with the planning and management of travel and tourism, including tourist experiences and the consequences of those experiences for communities, economies and environments. It is also concerned with the creation of image, the shaping of tourist experiences and tourist perceptions, and the ways in which tourist organizations manage themselves and destinations.
Supported by an experienced and international editorial board, which it shares with Tourism Management, the journal includes socio-cultural, technological, planning and policy aspects of international, national and regional tourism as well as specific management studies. In particular we welcome papers seeking to both introduce new research methods and critiquing existing ones within the context of tourism research.
The journal publishes data-based Empirical Research Articles as well as high quality Review Articles on important topics and emerging themes that inform and advance the theoretical and conceptual understanding of key areas within travel and tourism management.
Case studies, research notes and opinion pieces (between 2,000 and 5,000 words) as well as editing a special issue are only by invitation by the Editor-in-Chief.
- In the case of Empirical Research Articles, please provide attach a copy of the data collection instrument used, i.e., questionnaire and/or interview protocols. This should also be referred to within the manuscript. These will be published on the web based versions of the journal to aid future comparative research.
- A list of the items used in scaled data is required that shows the means, standard deviations, skew and kurtosis is requested. Many statistical techniques make assumptions of normality and referees and readers need to know if the data does or does not conform to this requirement. Also, testing of the adequacy of the sample size should be undertaken.
- Please note that color photographs can be easily reproduced on internet versions of the journal at no additional cost to authors.
International Journal of Tourism Research promotes and enhances research developments in the field of tourism. The journal provides an international platform for debate and dissemination of research findings whilst also facilitating the discussion of new research areas and techniques. IJTR continues to add a vibrant and exciting channel for those interested in tourism and hospitality research developments.
The scope of the journal is international and welcomes research that makes original contributions to theories and methodologies. It continues to publish high quality research papers in any area of tourism, including empirical papers on tourism issues.
The journal welcomes submissions based upon both primary research and reviews including papers in areas that may not directly be tourism based but concern a topic that is of interest to researchers in the field of tourism, such as economics, marketing, sociology and statistics. All papers are subject to strict double-blind (or triple-blind) peer review by the international research community.
Information Technology & Tourism (ITT) is the first scientific interdisciplinary journal focusing on the nature and role of information technology within the context of tourism, travel and hospitality. Information and communication systems embedded in a global net have had a profound influence on these industries, as also these industries with their presence in the electronic market show an impact on the developments of IT. Advances in the use and development of tools, technologies, and methodologies that have facilitated the efficient netting of information and communication systems in tourism, travel and hospitality are to be presented and discussed within this journal.
Information Technology & Tourism aims primarily to contribute to the process of theory building, and hence to the advancement of research and scholarship in this growing field. As an interdisciplinary journal, it supports industry-oriented research as well as academic theory focused research. ITT will feature both empirical case studies and technical-theoretical papers looking at tourism-travel-hospitality from an IT point of view and at IT from an applied perspective. The journal contains research papers, state-of-the-art reviews, research notes, and analyses of business practice. It is also intended to include papers relevant to the industry in different national contexts.
All manuscripts published in the journal are double-blind peer-reviewed. The standard for publication in Information Technology & Tourism is that a paper must make a substantive contribution to the understanding of the nature and/or role of technology within the context of tourism and hospitality.
- First scientific interdisciplinary journal focusing on the role of information technology within the context of tourism, travel and hospitality
- Contributes to the process of theory building and to the advancement of research and scholarship in this growing field
- Features both empirical case studies and technical-theoretical papers