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Drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience from leading tourism academics and journal editors, this practical How To guide offers clear-sighted advice on how to craft a high-quality paper in terms of contribution, positioning and submission. Accessible and comprehensive, it demystifies the process of getting published in the top tourism journals.

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This timely Research Agenda explores the crucial need to understand the social impact of tourism in order to manage industry growth sustainably. Highlighting the multifaceted nature of tourism, chapters uncover the intricate relationships between tourists and host communities and investigate this complex social fabric.

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Incisive and interdisciplinary, this Research Agenda broaches topics that have been under-researched within religious tourism, including: place attachment and marketing; memory and modification of sacred landscapes for tourism needs; the darker sides of religious tourism; multi-stakeholder governance; mission-trips; and allied forms of tourism.

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A Critique and Reconfiguration

This invigorating read explores the inherent unsustainability of events, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Vassilios Ziakas challenges the dominant paradigms of the field, suggesting the need to seriously rethink how we view, study and manage events in order to develop holistic event management frameworks which foster their adaptability and resilience.

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This highly prescient Research Agenda critically examines the delicate intersection of peace and tourism and proposes further research in order to explore how tourism may contribute to peace or, conversely, hinder the peacebuilding efforts of destinations in conflict. Chapters discuss tourism as a peace-builder, the acceptance of dark tourism, a gender approach to peace through tourism, and corporate social responsibility as a contributor to peace in conflict-ridden situations.

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Rethinking Tourism and Development provides a critical analysis of the tourism industry's impact on development and the environment. While tourism contributes significantly to the global economy, it also generates environmental costs that can no longer be ignored. This book challenges the conventional paradigm of sustainable tourism development and proposes a radical new approach to address the negative impacts of tourism centred on degrowth.

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Insights from Contemporary Practice

This timely book introduces the tourist as a non-state actor on the international political stage. Discussing the ways in which tourism has enabled political dynamics to unfold and shape political affairs, Katerina Antoniou suggests how tourist activity can be used to foster inclusive and empowering political conduct.

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This innovative book brings together a unique collection of research on entrepreneurship centring on gender perspectives in tourism in both Western and non-Western contexts. It serves as a vital reference point for advanced studies on gender issues, allowing the reader to explore current and future challenges and strategies for entrepreneurship in tourism.

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Original and thought-provoking, this Research Agenda investigates the many ways in which tourism is gendered. It outlines current thought and directions for future research, looking forward by imagining and challenging the ways that gender will continue to intersect with and impact on tourism, as well as looking back to trace the key developments and contributions in gendered thinking.

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Work, Value, and the Social

This unique and insightful book provides a comprehensive examination of contemporary cultural policy and its discourses, influences, and consequences. It examines the factors that have led to a narrowing of cultural policy and suggests new ways of thinking about cultural policy beyond economics by reconnecting it with the practices of work, value, and the social.

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