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Tourism Management Perspectives is concerned with the planning and management of travel and tourism, including tourist experiences and the consequences of those experiences for communities, economies and environments.
Annals of Tourism Research is a social sciences journal focusing upon the academic perspectives of tourism. While striving for a balance of theory and application, Annals is ultimately dedicated to developing theoretical constructs.
The scope of the journal is international and encompasses research into tourism aspects as well as the development of new research approaches. It continues to include high quality research papers in any area of tourism, including reviews of literature in the field and empirical papers on tourism issues.
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism offers a dedicated outlet for research relevant to social sciences and natural resources. The journal publishes peer reviewed original research on all aspects of outdoor recreation planning and management, covering the entire spectrum of settings from wilderness to urban outdoor recreation opportunities. It also focuses on new products and findings in nature based tourism and park management.
Focuses on building bridges in theory, research, and practice across the inter-related fields of culture, tourism and hospitality. International in scope and grounded in 'theory-into-practice', the journal provides breadth, depth, provocation and passion in reporting the nuances of humans' lived experiences relating to culture, tourism and hospitality.
Provides insight into the complex and rapidly evolving world of sustainable tourism; provides an informed, critical but constructive review of approaches which seek to balance the requirements of tourism and its host communities and habitats.
Tourist Studies is a multi-disciplinary peer reviewed journal advocating critical perspectives on the nature of tourism as a social phenomenon. It adopts a global perspective, widening and challenging the established views of tourism and seeking to evaluate, compare and integrate approaches from sociology, socio-psychology, leisure studies, cultural studies, geography and anthropology.