Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change
Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change
Journal Title: Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change
ISSN: 1476-6825
ISSN Online: 1747-7654
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change ( JTCC ) is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary and transnational journal. It focuses on critically examining the relationships, tensions, representations, conflicts and possibilities that exist between tourism/travel and culture/cultures in an increasingly complex global context.

JTCC provides a forum for debate against the backdrop of local, regional, national and transnational understandings of identity and difference. Economic restructuring, recognitions of the cultural dimension of biodiversity and sustainable development, contests regarding the positive and negative impact of patterns of tourist behaviour on cultural diversity, and transcultural strivings - all provide an important focus for JTCC .

Global capitalism, in its myriad forms engages with multiple 'ways of being', generating new relationships, re-evaluating existing, and challenging ways of knowing and being. Tourists and the tourism industry continue to find inventive ways to commodify, transform, present/re-present and consume material culture. JTCC seeks to widen and deepen understandings of such changing relationships and stimulate critical debate by:

Adopting a multidisciplinary approach Encouraging deep and critical approaches to policy and practice Embracing an inclusive definition of culture Focusing on the concept, processes and meanings of change Encouraging trans-national/transcultural perspectives
Peer Review Statement
Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change
is an international, ranked, peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research contributions to scientific knowledge. All manuscript submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts. Click hereto be taken to the submissions website.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Heritage Tourism; History of Tourism; Museum and Heritage Studies; Supplementary material; Tourism; Tourism Development/Impacts; Tourism Geography; Tourism, Hospitality and Events; Tourism Society and Culture
Editor Board:
Professor Mike Robinson  -  University of Birmingham, UK
Josef Ploner  - University of Hull, UK
Reviews Editor:
Carla Almeida Santos - University of Illinois, USA
Editorial Advisor:
Professor Alison Phipps - University of Glasgow, UK

Editorial Board:

Professor Nezar AlSayyad - University of California Berkeley, USA
Professor Arjun Appadurai - New School University, USA
Professor Lars Aronsson  - University of Kalmar, Sweden
Professor Shelley Baranowski - University of Akron, USA
Professor Regina Bendix - University of Goettingen, Germany
Dr Raoul Bianchi - London Metropolitan University, UK
Professor Jennifer Craik - University of Canberra, Australia
Professor Michael Cronin - Dublin City University, Ireland
Professor David Crouch - University of Derby, UK
Dr Rami Daher - American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Prof Francisco Gomes de Matos - Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Professor Keith Hollinshead - University of Luton, UK
Professor Graham Huggan - University of Leeds, UK
Dr Jens Jacobsen - Norwegian Centre for Transport Research, Norway
Dr Tazim Jamal - Texas A&M University, USA
Professor Adam Jaworski - Cardiff University, UK
Professor Meral Korzay - BU ARTAC, Turkey
Professor Rudy Koshar - University of Wisconsin, USA
Dr Tomke Lask - University of Liverpool, UK
Dr Yiping Li - University of Hong Kong, China
Professor Sharon MacDonald - University of Manchester, UK
Dr Donald Macleod - University of Glasgow, UK
Dr Sally-Ann Murray - University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Dr Keith Nurse - Institute of International Relations/University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
Dr Annette Pritchard - University of Wales, UK
Dr Greg Richards - Tourism Research and Marketing, Spain
Professor George Ritzer - University of Maryland, USA
Professor Chris Ryan - University of Waikato, New Zealand
Professor Albrecht Steinecke - University of Paderborn, Germany
Dr Peter Stone - University of Newcastle, UK
Professor John K. Walton - University of Central Lancashire, UK
Mr Brian Wheeller - NHTV, Breda University, Netherlands
Professor Elvi Whittaker - University of British Columbia, Canada

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Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change is covered by the following abstracting & indexing services:

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EBSCOhost - Associates Program Source Plus , 4/1/2003- ; Current Abstracts , 4/1/2003- ; Hospitality & Tourism Complete , 4/1/2003- ; Hospitality & Tourism Index , 4/1/2003- ; SocINDEX , 4/1/2003- ; SocINDEX with Full Text , 4/1/2003- ; TOC Premier (Table of Contents), 4/1/2003- ; Vocational Studies Complete , 4/1/2003-

Elsevier BV - Scopus , 2011-

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