Scientific Journals on Tourism

AECIT

Journal of Tourism Analysis

Six-monthly publication by the Asociación de Expertos Científicos en Turismo (AECIT) on international social sciences, with the mission of contributing to understanding tourism from a transversal and multidisciplinary viewpoint, in all its complexity and constant changes. The journal also aspires to contribute to the construction of quality knowledge of technical and conceptual aspects, methodologies, and advances in their application from an integrating and critical approach.

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University of Murcia

Cuadernos de Turismo

Six-monthly publication by the University of Murcia, for universities, national and international bodies, professionals, and people interested in the study of tourism. Subjects include geographical, town planning, economic, ecological and educational aspects relating to tourism activities.

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Gran Tour

Six-monthly publication by the Tourism Department of the University of Murcia, gathering papers from the different sciences that converge in the study of tourism. Multidisciplinary in nature, it is intended for researchers, experts and professionals in universities, national and international bodies, research centres, and all other institutions connected to research and knowledge transfer in the different areas of tourism.

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University of Alicante

Investigaciones Turísticas

Six-monthly publication by the University Tourism Research Institute of the University of Alicante, intended to promote research, reflection and an understanding of the tourism industry from an open, multidisciplinary perspective. It proposes interpreting tourism and the processes it involves from an Ibero-American point of view, and in a global context of new modes of production.

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University of La Laguna (Spain) and Instituto Universitário da Maia (Portugal)

PASOS

Four-monthly publication by the University Institute of Social Research and Tourism of the University of La Laguna (Spain) and the Instituto Universitario da Maia (Portugal), specialising in the academic and business analysis of the different processes involved in the tourism system, with a special interest in the uses tourism makes of culture, nature and the territory, people, towns and their spaces, and heritage as a whole. From an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary perspective, it requests and fosters writing from the social sciences and from administrative and business practices.

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IUSTEL

Revista General de Derecho del Turismo

A periodical publication on tourism law, offering an understanding of each legal discipline. Each issue includes sections on scientific studies, jurisprudential commentaries and analysis, comments on new national and international legislation, and news and reviews of new books and articles on the subject.

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University of Huelva

Enlightening Tourism. A pathmaking journal

Six-monthly publication by the University of Huelva for readers in the scholarly community who deal with different tourism sectors, both at the macro and micro-level, as well as for professionals in this industry.

This journal proposes promoting and enhancing research in all fields of the tourism industry. The material published in ET covers all scientific, conceptual and applied disciplines related to the tourism business, including economics, planning and development, management, marketing, human resources, sociology, psychology, geography, information and communication technologies, service quality, finance, and education.

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University of Córdoba

Riturem

Six-monthly publication by the University of Córdoba with a mixed international character, academic-scientific and technical-professional.

It has contents focused on the phenomenon of tourism and its diverse manifestations, from different areas of knowledge (Economic and Business Sciences, Social Sciences, Geography, Legal Sciences, Humanities, Sociology, Psychology, Translation and Interpretation, etc.).

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Tourism, Culture and Territory Research Group of CETT-UB

Tourism and Heritage Journal

Annual publication by the Tourism, Culture and Territory Research Group (TURCiT) of CETT-UB. 

Its goal is to share academic knowledge about cultural and heritage tourism. The main research lines of THJ are Cultural Tourism, Educational Tourism, Media & Literary Tourism and Gastronomic Tourism with tourism as mainstay. 

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University of A Coruña

ROTUR: Revista de ocio y turismo

Biannual publication published by the University of A Coruña that aims to disseminate scientific studies related to the thematic areas of leisure and tourism.

It is an open access publication with an international scope, whose main purpose is to foster, from a clearly multidisciplinary perspective, research and debate in the context of tourism activity.

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University of Barcelona

ARA: Journal of Tourism Research

ARA: JTR is a publication by the University of Barcelona, primarily directed at the academic world (professors, students, and researchers) and the professional sector of tourism, travel and related branches.

The main objective of ARA: JTR is to be an academic journal of basic and applied science. Through the publication of articles and studies specializing in scientific research and practice it aims to deepen, extend and propagate the understanding of the network of relationships between tourism and the sustainable development of communities.

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