The aim of this six-monthly transdisciplinary electronic journal is based on the relationship between tourism, culture and territorial development. You can find a first platform in English, with also the possibility of second platform to publish the english paper in other languages (native languenge). In particular, the Journal publishes articles concerning tourism-related cultural issues, both at the theoretical and practical level. Different disciplinary approaches are welcomed, such as history, geography, economics, statistics, sociology, environment studies, law, and more in general all the approaches in the social sciences and humanities field. This journal aims to improve the convergence and the integration of different disciplines studying the tourism sector, and to be an instrument to disseminate internationally the research and academic results of the Neo-latin and Mediterranean area. As a matter of fact, international academic journals on tourism and related fields are almost entirely published in English, or follow the research approach of English-speaking . Two main strategic issues concern tourism research in a local development perspective: 1. the relationship between tourism and cultural heritage in an economic perspective, in which professional and institutional skills, organisational and managerial capabilities, and rigorous, deductive ways of reasoning play a crucial role; 2. the relationship between tourism and cultural heritage in a humanistic perspective, in which the geographical and historical sedimentations of places are more relevant, and theoretical inductive reasoning prevails. This approach is also related to effective relationships with the stakeholders through quail-quantitative communication tools. Therefore, the research fields characterizing the Journal will be related to the following main themes: Analysis of demand and supply in tourism destinations; Anthropology of Tourism; Competitive Strategies in Tourism; Corporate finance for tourism firms; Cultural anthropology; Cultural Geography; Destination Marketing; Economy of arts and heritage; Financial accounting in tourism firms; Financial services and investment in the tourism sector; Geography of Development and Tourism Systems; Geomarketing; Geographical Information Systems; Governance and Policies of Tourism; Heritage and local development; History of consumption and fashions; History of tourism, holidays and recreation; Innovation management in Tourism; International management in Tourism; Pricing: bundling or unbundling the tourism offer; Investment and financing decisions in tourism firms; Land organisation and planning; Law for arts; New Economic Geography (related to tourism and culture); Organization and Strategy in Tourism; Sense of places and cultural tourism; Service Management; Social, ethical and environmental accounting and reporting in tourism firms; Sociology of Tourism; Statistics for Tourism; Territorial Marketing; Tourism Economics; Tourism Geography; Tourism Law; Virtual tourist communities; Web-based Services for tourism marketing. The Journal is part of the research activity of Advanced School of Tourism Sciences, of the Scientific and Didactical Campus of Rimini, and of the Research Laboratory ImaGoOnline (laboratory on history research, and iconographic documentation on the memory of everyday life). Editorial Plan Issues (3/4); Notes-Report (3/5); Observatories (1/3); Laboratories- web-sites (1/3); Biography (1); Book Reviews (3/6); Forcoming Eventes (4/7)

ALMATOURISM (www.almatourism.cib.unibo.it)

DALLARI, FIORELLA
2009

Abstract

The aim of this six-monthly transdisciplinary electronic journal is based on the relationship between tourism, culture and territorial development. You can find a first platform in English, with also the possibility of second platform to publish the english paper in other languages (native languenge). In particular, the Journal publishes articles concerning tourism-related cultural issues, both at the theoretical and practical level. Different disciplinary approaches are welcomed, such as history, geography, economics, statistics, sociology, environment studies, law, and more in general all the approaches in the social sciences and humanities field. This journal aims to improve the convergence and the integration of different disciplines studying the tourism sector, and to be an instrument to disseminate internationally the research and academic results of the Neo-latin and Mediterranean area. As a matter of fact, international academic journals on tourism and related fields are almost entirely published in English, or follow the research approach of English-speaking . Two main strategic issues concern tourism research in a local development perspective: 1. the relationship between tourism and cultural heritage in an economic perspective, in which professional and institutional skills, organisational and managerial capabilities, and rigorous, deductive ways of reasoning play a crucial role; 2. the relationship between tourism and cultural heritage in a humanistic perspective, in which the geographical and historical sedimentations of places are more relevant, and theoretical inductive reasoning prevails. This approach is also related to effective relationships with the stakeholders through quail-quantitative communication tools. Therefore, the research fields characterizing the Journal will be related to the following main themes: Analysis of demand and supply in tourism destinations; Anthropology of Tourism; Competitive Strategies in Tourism; Corporate finance for tourism firms; Cultural anthropology; Cultural Geography; Destination Marketing; Economy of arts and heritage; Financial accounting in tourism firms; Financial services and investment in the tourism sector; Geography of Development and Tourism Systems; Geomarketing; Geographical Information Systems; Governance and Policies of Tourism; Heritage and local development; History of consumption and fashions; History of tourism, holidays and recreation; Innovation management in Tourism; International management in Tourism; Pricing: bundling or unbundling the tourism offer; Investment and financing decisions in tourism firms; Land organisation and planning; Law for arts; New Economic Geography (related to tourism and culture); Organization and Strategy in Tourism; Sense of places and cultural tourism; Service Management; Social, ethical and environmental accounting and reporting in tourism firms; Sociology of Tourism; Statistics for Tourism; Territorial Marketing; Tourism Economics; Tourism Geography; Tourism Law; Virtual tourist communities; Web-based Services for tourism marketing. The Journal is part of the research activity of Advanced School of Tourism Sciences, of the Scientific and Didactical Campus of Rimini, and of the Research Laboratory ImaGoOnline (laboratory on history research, and iconographic documentation on the memory of everyday life). Editorial Plan Issues (3/4); Notes-Report (3/5); Observatories (1/3); Laboratories- web-sites (1/3); Biography (1); Book Reviews (3/6); Forcoming Eventes (4/7)
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