April 13, 2014
March 19, 2014
The next two issues of the Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends are investigating the latest evolutions of tourism in the Mediterranean region and the neighboring regions: tourism in the Mediterranean and the Black Seas (vol.7.1) and tourism in the Mediterranean and the Middle East (vol.7.2).
The main research question addressed in vol. 7.1 is how the evolutions of the social, political, cultural and economic climates in the countries around the Mediterranean Sea have influenced tourism. Noting that the changes in tourism in the specified region redirected the tourists towards the Black Sea, and considering the complex relationships between the two area, this issue of the journal also looks into the latest developments of tourism around the Marmara and Black Seas.
The guest editor for the following issue is Prof.dr. Simão Pedro Ravara de Oliveira (director of CET em Gestão de Animação Turística, School of Tourism and Maritime Technology, Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal)
February 21, 2014
. Mihaela Sofia DINU
7 From the Guest-Editor
. Tamás RÉGI
13 (Un)Doing Tourism Anthropology: Outline of a Field of Practice
. Les ROBERTS, Hazel ANDREWS
39 Revisiting Hosts and Guests: Ethnographic Insights on Touristic Encounters from Cuba
. Valerio SIMONI
63 Apologia Pro Turismo: Breaking Inter- and Intra-Disciplinary Boundaries in the
Anthropological Study of Tourism and Pilgrimage
. Michael A. DI GIOVINE
95 The Self in the World and the World in the Self: the SOAS MA in
Anthropology of Travel, Tourism, and Pilgrimage
. Tom SELWYN
December 29, 2013
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November 30, 2013
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