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ISSN: 0261-5177

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Tourism Management is a journal indexed in SJR in Development and Strategy and Management with an H index of 199. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,328 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,328.

Tourism Management focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: tourism, tourists, evidence, learning, language, journals, israeli, involving, interpretation, infrastructure, ...

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Aims and Scope

tourism, tourists, evidence, learning, language, journals, israeli, involving, interpretation, infrastructure, makes, management, managementmigrant, marketerosion, mood, muddled, negev, networks, perspectivepublishing, imagevisitor, hospitality, higher, authenticity, centerare, centre, coastal, consequences, context, destination, employmentvisiting, exploring, farm, futurevisitor, gang, gastronomic, heritage,

Best articles

A conceptual analysis of tourism-supported employment which reduces the incidence of exaggerated, misleading statistics about jobs

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A European network for tourism education

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An occupational hazard? Sex segregation in tourism employment

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Assessing publications output as an indicator of academic productivity

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Backpacker hostels and their guests: attitudes and behaviours relating to sustainable tourism

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Blowing the whistle on tourism referees

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Buy now fly later: an investigation of airline frequent flyer programmes

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Citation, referencing and ethics

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Competitive analysis of cross cultural information search behavior

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Coping with tourists: European reactions to mass tourism

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Country village weekend breaks: experience in Wales

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Cross-cultural differences in the practices of hotel managers: a study of Dutch and Belgian hotel managers

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Cross-cultural differences in tourism: Indonesian tourists in Australia

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Czech and Slovak tourism

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Development of a model system for touristic hunting revenue collection and allocation

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Dollars and Events: How to Succeed in the Special Events Business

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Electronic information distribution in tourism and hospitality

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Environmental awareness, action and performance in the Guernsey hospitality sector

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Environmental implications of the 1992 Winter Olympic Games

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European aviation: the emergence of franchised airline operations

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Exploring the touristic image of Jordan

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Forecasting tourism: a combined approach

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From quality product to ecoproduct: will Fiji set a precedent?

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