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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 236. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,561 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 3,561.

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

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Aims and Scope

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Managing quality cultural tourism

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Tourism promotion and power; creating images, creating identities

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Mature doctoral candidates: the case in hospitality education

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An occupational hazard? Sex segregation in tourism employment

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Progress in Australian tourism research and education

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Travel and tourism industry and academic institutions - in true alliance TTRA european chapter conference lillehammer - Norway 17-20 August 1997

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Historical accounts of human-dolphin interaction and recent developments in wild dolphin based tourism in Australasia

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Trails, tourism and regional development

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The impact of tourism on the Old Town of Edinburgh

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Forecasting tourism: a combined approach

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Neve-Ilan, Israel: a site selection and business feasibility case study

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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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Blowing the whistle on tourism referees

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Cross-cultural differences in tourism: Indonesian tourists in Australia

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Competitive analysis of cross cultural information search behavior

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Imagining Scotland: tradition, representation and promotion in Scottish tourism since 1750

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Citation, referencing and ethics

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The use of a specific non-response option on Likert-type scales

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Toward a national tourism research agenda for Canada

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

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Polar tourism: Tourism in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions

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Risk management for scuba diving operators on Australia's Great Barrier Reef

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Limits to globalization - a review of 'Globalization and Tourism' - the 46th congress of the international association of scientific experts in Tourism (AIEST), Rotorua, New Zealand - September, 1996

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