JOURNAL OF TOURISM AND HERITAGE RESEARCH (www.jthr.es) is an international, electronic and quarterly scientific journal edited by the Tourism Research and Studies (Investur), specialized in Tourism focusing on competitiveness, development, maintenance and growth of tourist destinations with the purpose of publishing advances and results of original research that allows to disseminate among researchers, students and teachers the vanguard knowledge of tourism as a social and economic phenomenon that impacts with a critical sense for its sustainability. In this sense the topics to be discussed are:
- Tourism management of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage manifestations
- Cultural Tourism Policies
- Cultural routes and itineraries
- The different segments of cultural tourism: culinary tourism;Architectural tourism;Exhibition tourism;Religious tourism;Archaeological tourism; Industrial tourism;Shopping tourism;Language tourism;Flamenco Tourism;Tourism of Congresses;Dark tourism; Cementery tourism;Other forms of cultural tourism;Cultural Tourism Management
- Tourist Marketing
- Tic's and online commerce in tourism
- Management of tourism companie
- Legislation in the tourism sector
- The Economy of Tourism
- Tourism and translation
- Other forms of tourism other than cultural.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal will be used
exclusively for the purposes stated by this journal and will not be
available for any other purpose or other person. Good practices and
Code of Ethics: The journal JOURNAL OF TOURISM AND HERITAGE RESEARCH
is consolidated as a space that promotes discussion and reflection
among scholars of tourism and is committed to the purpose of
ensuring the ethics and quality of the research presented in the
articles to be published.
Frequency of Publication
The magazine is of a quarterly nature, so the publication of the
numbers occurs in the months of March, June, September and December
per year. Contributions will
be received throughout the year. The authors will not be able to
send more than one collaboration for the same number, regardless
of whether they appear as the first author and another one (s) in
another orde rNeither may they submit their articles to opinion in
two consecutive numbers. Only in case your document has
been rejected you can send a different one for your evaluation.
The maximum number of authors per article will be four.
The editorial team of the Journal uses specialized software to detect
coincidences and similarities between the texts submi tted for evaluation
and those previously published in other Web sites.
Peer review << Double Blind >> and external evaluators outside their editorial team and the publishing institution
The Journal of Tourism and Heritage Research makes a peer review being a "double blind" process.The magazine (www.jthr.es) has the collaboration of external evaluators outside its editorial team and the publishing institution.
The Journal of Tourism and Heritage Research is free from the moment of publication
of each issue and its contents are dist ributed with the license, which allows the
user to meet the criteria that meet the definition of open access of the Budapest
Declaration in favor of open access.
The works published in this magazine are subject to the following terms:
- Tourism Research Association (the publisher) preserves the patrimonial
rights (copyright) of the published works, and favors and allows the reuse
of them under the license of use indicated in point 2.
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earlier dissemination and with it a possible increase in its citation
and scope among the academic community.