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Editor: Chris Ryan, Department of tourism Management, University of Waikato, Management School, New Zealand
Associate Editor: Stephen Page, Scottish Enterprise Forth Valley Chair in Tourism, Department of Marketing, University of Stirling, Scotland
North American Editor: Alastair Morrison, Professor and Director of Tourism and Hospitality Research Center, Restaurant, Hotel, Institutional, and Tourism Management, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Journal of Travel Research:
Editor: Richard R.
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Editorial Guidelines for Submission and the Review Procedures
Tourism Management aims to publish articles that are directly relevant to its readers and of interest to both academics and practitioners, with a minimum of technical jargon. Subjects covered should be treated in such a way as to appeal to as wide a range as possible, and those reporting research should attempt to draw management implications from their results. The use of examples is encouraged.
It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to this Journal have not been published and will not be simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere. Translated material, which has not been published in English, will be considered.
Submissions- Main articles
Four copies (the original and three copies) of research papers, case studies, current issues and discussion pieces should be submitted to the Editor, Chris Ryan. Generally main articles should not exceed 5,000 words. In those cases where research is based on results derived from a questionnaire, four copies of the questionnaire should also be enclosed for the three referees and the editor.
Submissions- Shorter items
Reports (800-2000 words), book reviews and news pieces (800-1000 words) should be submitted to the Associate Editor, Stephen Page.
Books for review and notices of forthcoming meetings for listing in the Calendar section should also be sent to Stephen Page. Entries must be received at least four months before date of event.
Journal of Travel Research:
The mission of the Journal of Travel Research is to be the premier, peer-reviewed research journal in travel behavior, management, and development. Specific goals are to be international in scope with geographic diversity, to be multidisciplinary with diversity in research topics and methodologies, and to be germane to the travel industry in the majority of its articles. Relevant research manuscripts are welcome and should be submitted as e-mail attachments to Richard. Perdue@Colorado.edu, provided the attached files is in IBM MSWord or WordPerfect format. Alternatively, submit (4) copies of the manuscript, typewritten double spaced to Richard R. Perdue, Editor, Journal of Travel Research, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. All manuscripts published in the Journal of Travel Research are double-blind, peer reviewed by accomplished scholars in the topical area.
Authors and the Institutions they represent
Authors are the readers, authors and the institutions they represent include:
College lecturer or professors in the Tourism Program or other related majors.
Doctoral candidate or graduate student
Tourism Management is the leading international journal for all those concerned with the planning and management of travel and tourism.
Tourism comprises a multitude of activities, which together form one of the world's fastest growing international sectors. The journal takes an interdisciplinary approach and includes planning and policy aspects of international, national and regional tourism as well as specific management studies.
The journal's contents reflect its integrative approach - including primary research articles, discussion of current issues, case studies, reports, book reviews and listings of recent publications, and forthcoming meetings. Articles are relevant to both academics and practitioners, and are the results of anonymous reviews by at least two referees chosen by the editor for their specialist knowledge.
Journal of Travel Research
Journal of Travel Research keeps you up to date with the latest research on the most important trends and issues in travel and tourism. Journal of Travel Research 's peer-reviewed articles not only report findings, but also help you discover the right tools for conducting your own research. Topics addressed include:
Corporate travel management
Impact of tourism pricing
Geographic and seasonal variation
Measuring customer satisfaction
Gambling and its impact
Travel and tourism education
Appearance of Journal and Format of the Articles
Tourism Management - Colorful
Journal of Travel Research - Black and white
Conceptual vs. Empirical Content
Both Tourism Management and Journal of Travel Research intend to offer empirical content to their readers rather than conceptual content.
Tourism Management aims to publish articles that are directly relevant to its readers and of interest to both academics and practitioners, with a minimum of technical jargon. It features departments as Case Studies, Research Note, Conference Reviews, Book Reviews, and Calendar introducing the forthcoming event in the travel industry.
Journal of Travel Research enhances readers?work by giving them a complete picture of the travel and tourism research field. In addition to major research articles, Journal of Travel Research features such unique and convenient departments as:
The Travel and Research Bookshelf- an annotated, extensive listing of recent book and journal article publications on travel and tourism helps readers stay current with the travel literature.
Research Notes and Communications- short articles and notes form pilot studies, innovative or exploratory research, conference reports, and announcements provide readers with an exciting update of today's travel research development and events.
Book Reviews- gives readers an in-depth look at the most important new book in the tourism field.
Type of Data Collection Procedures Used in the Studies
Questionnaire: Self-administered mail questionnaire used to collect information about individual attractions. The questionnaire was addressed to the general manager of the attraction. A return address was added to the back of each envelope so that undelivered questionnaires could be eliminated from the study. Prepaid postage envelopes were also included with all questionnaires to facilitate ease of return. An adaptation of Dillman's (1978) total design method was used in an attempt to maximize the response rate. This technique involves the use of follow-up postcards to remind managers to complete the questionnaire. One of follow-up mailing of postcards was initiated to act as a reminder and to encourage further response.
Case Study- to understand the decision-making processes of independent travelers.
Case study is the preferred research methodology when "how?or "why?questions are being posed.
Methods Used to Analyze the Data
Content analysis involves categorization of the data. Researchers may either adapt previously created categories if they fit the framework of the study or develop new categories. This technique has been used frequently by tourism, travel and hospitality researchers in understanding many different subjects (e.g., customer satisfaction, hospitality ethical codes, etc.). There are different approaches to content analysis, ranging from purely quantitative where frequencies are counted to an approach that focuses on meaning in which inferences are drawn from the data. While quantification is mostly equated with strict frequency counting, quantification can take the form of quantitative words like more, always, or often.
The Nud.ist software program can also be used to analyze and display data in an organized fashion, and draw conclusions from the data. Nud.ist is among the most advanced of the packages available, as it includes a malleable "node-tree?structure that assists with qualitative data management.
Tourism Management: Published 6 issues per year in February, April, June, August, October and December.
Journal of Travel Research: Same as Tourism Management.
Tourism Management: Academic and researchers, government departments and NTOs, consultants and planners in the tourism, hotel and airline industries.
Journal of Travel Research: Travel and tourism researchers, educators, and professionals.