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Tourism Management Perspectives

  • ISSN: 2211-9736

Editor-In-Chief: Khoo

Next planned ship date: June 27, 2024

  • 5 Year impact factor: 8.3
  • Impact factor: 8.7

Welcome to Tourism Management Perspectives, a companion title to the highly-regarded Tourism Management. Tourism Management Perspectives is an interdisciplinary journal concerned… Read more

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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.

Please note:

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.