How to Get Published in the Best Tourism Journals

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How to Get Published in the Best Tourism Journals

9781035300594 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Chris Cooper, School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management, Leeds Beckett University, UK and C. Michael Hall, Department of Management, Marketing, and Tourism, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Eminent Scholar, College of Hotel & Tourism Management, Kyung Hee University, Korea; and Docent and Visiting Professor in Geography, University of Oulu, Finland
Publication Date: April 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03530 059 4 Extent: c 268 pp
Drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience from leading tourism academics and journal editors, this practical How To guide offers clear-sighted advice on how to craft a high-quality paper in terms of contribution, positioning and submission. Accessible and comprehensive, it demystifies the process of getting published in the top tourism journals.

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Drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience from leading tourism academics and journal editors, this practical How To guide offers clear-sighted advice on how to craft a high-quality paper in terms of contribution, positioning and submission. Accessible and comprehensive, it demystifies the process of getting published in the top tourism journals.

This insightful book begins by mapping out the tourism publishing landscape, before delving into the various methods of building a refereed journal paper and navigating tourism publishers. Chapters dissect contemporary publishing issues, including gender inequality, ethics and integrity, and the dominance of English language publishing. Finally, contributors outline the essential role of publishing in shaping an academic career in tourism, especially in securing jobs, obtaining grant funding and creating pathways for career progression.

How to Get Published in the Best Tourism Journals offers an insider perspective and practical advice while posing questions about the future of tourism publishing in the light of developments such as AI and Open Access. It will prove an essential resource to enhance journal publication success for tourism PhD students, as well as tourism academics at all career stages.

Critical Acclaim
‘In the ever more daunting world of publish-or-perish, this book offers helpful practical tips and inspirational advice from the best in the trade. Its captivating power lies in the insightful and critical explorations of the publishing and research evaluation systems in tourism.’
– Maja Turnšek, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Contributors
Contributors include: Hafidh Al Riyami, Alberto Amore, Richard S. Aquino, Bailey Ashton Adie, Rodolfo Baggio, Tim Baird, Dorothee Bohn, Dimitrios Buhalis, Donna Chambers, Chris Cooper, C. Michael Hall, Fahimeh Hateftabar, Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, Sara Naderi Koupaei, Tyron Love, Lan Lu, Bob McKercher, Nigel Morgan, Girish Prayag, Annette Pritchard, Yael Ram, Hamed Rezapouraghdam, Noel Scott, Samaneh Soleimani, Mohammad Soliman, Garry Wei-Han Tan, Rhodri Thomas, Dallen J. Timothy, Serena Volo, Chris Zhu
Contents
Contents:

PART I INTRODUCTION
1 Publishing in Tourism 3
Chris Cooper and C. Michael Hall
2 The Tourism Journal Landscape 7
Bob McKercher
3 The View from Journal Editors: Contributions from the
Editors of Top Tourism Journals 22
Chris Cooper and C. Michael Hall

PART II THE PAPER
4 Crafting a Refereed Journal Paper 57
Chris Cooper
5 The Herculean Task of Making a Contribution to the
Scholarship of Tourism 67
Freya Higgins-Desbiolles
6 Getting the Methods Right 81
Rodolfo Baggio
7 Writing a Literature Review 93
Noel Scott, Hafidh Al Riyami and Mohammad Soliman
8 Positioning the Paper for Publication 109
Girish Prayag
9 Publishing in Special Issues 123
Dallen J. Timothy

PART III PUBLISHING ISSUES
10 Research and Publishing Ethics and Integrity 134
C. Michael Hall and Yael Ram
11 Gender and Publishing 150
Donna Chambers
12 Writing for English language Versus Other Language Journals 169
Serena Volo

PART IV PUBLISHING AND ACADEMIC CAREERS
13 Crafting a Publications Career 178
Garry Wei-Han Tan and Dimitrios Buhalis
14 A Perspective on Official Research Performance
Evaluation in Tourism 190
Rhodri Thomas
15 Journal Rankings: Tourism Management’s idée fixe 203
Nigel Morgan and Annette Pritchard
16 Careers, Citations, Bibliometrics, and Impact:
Perspectives of New and Emerging Researchers 212
Bailey Ashton Adie, Alberto Amore, Richard S. Aquino,
Tim Baird, Dorothee Bohn, C. Michael Hall, Fahimeh
Hateftabar, Sara Naderi Koupaei, Tyron Love, Lan Lu,
Hamed Rezapouraghdam, Samaneh Soleimani, and Chris Zhu

PART V CONCLUSION
17 Publishing Lessons, Futures and Emerging Issues 241
C. Michael Hall and Chris Cooper
Index 245
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