We are delighted to announce the publication of Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Journal of Qualitative Research in Tourism which is now available in print and via Elgaronline.
The Journal of Qualitative Research in Tourism furthers the frontiers of knowledge and understanding of tourism research and its applications by providing an interdisciplinary forum for qualitative research. Researchers can share their work with others and discuss the issues raised by using qualitative approaches in their research practice. The journal will be a valuable resource for those interested in either tourism research or qualitative methodology and has four main objectives:
- To provide a forum for meaningful discussion and application of qualitative research to tourism phenomena.
- To offer a holistic account of qualitative research in tourism by forging links between the theory and practice of qualitative research across the tourism domain.
- To offer outstanding contributions to the philosophies underpinning qualitative research that will advance tourism knowledge and offer new ways to address tourism in the mobile, digital and complex 21st century.
- To develop and nurture methods in qualitative research and to encourage the use of unique or underused qualitative research instruments.
From the Editor-in-Chief Konstantinos Andriotis:
Dedicated exclusively to the qualitative interpretation and analysis of tourism and hospitality, our aim is for JQRT to develop into an international forum for sharing cutting-edge work and encouraging innovative ways of thinking and researching. This aim is clearly demonstrated in the five excellent original articles and two innovative research notes of this first issue.
I sincerely hope that you enjoy reading the inaugural issue, as well as future issues, and look forward to a long and successful partnership with our authors and readers.
This inaugural issue of JQRT is available as free to access on Elgaronline here.