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"Refereed" or "Peer-Reviewed" Journals
"Peer review" is the process through which experts in a field of study examine and assess the quality of articles before they are published. Peer review insures that the research described in a journal's articles is sound and of high quality.
Sometimes the term "refereed" is used instead of peer reviewed.
You can identify Peer reviewed journals in the following sources:
Electronic Journals (eJournals)
Journal of heritage tourism.
Development Studies; Heritage Tourism; History of Tourism; Tourism; Tourism & the Developing World; Tourism Development/Impacts; Tourism Planning and Policy; Tourism and the Environment; Travel & Tourism
Journal of teaching in travel & tourism.
Education; Leisure Studies; Sport and Leisure Studies; Sports and Leisure; Teachers & Teacher Education; Tourism; Tourism Research Methods; Travel & Tourism
International Journal of Event and Festival Management
The journal will cover events in its broadest sense ranging from small festivals to mega events such as the Olympics and include business events (MICE) as well as special events. As the field of events is not a discipline in its own right, articles will be sourced from all disciplines and it is therefore adopting a multi-disciplinary approach.
Journal of sustainable tourism.
Built Environment; Development Studies; Planning; Tourism; Tourism & Leisure Planning; Tourism & the Developing World; Tourism Development/Impacts; Tourism Planning and Policy; Tourism and the Environment; Travel & Tourism
5-Year Impact Factor: 3.701
Tourism Management is the leading international journal for all those concerned with the planning and management of travel and tourism.