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  • Michael Hall
    Subject: Tourism Review International - Call for Papers -Culinary Tourism & Regional Development Call for Papers - Tourism Review International Special Editor:
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 4, 2004
      Subject: Tourism Review International - Call for Papers -Culinary Tourism & Regional Development


      Call for Papers - Tourism Review International

      Special Editor: Professor C. Michael Hall
      Department of Tourism
      University of Otago
      4th Floor, Commerce Building, Cnr Clyde & Union Streets
      P. O. Box 56
      Dunedin, New Zealand
      Email: cmhall@...


      Tourism Review International (TRI) is a refereed journal that provides a forum for a number of tourism topics. The Special Issue will provide research that focuses upon Culinary Tourism and Regional Development. Culinary tourism, also referred to as food and wine tourism, has recently become a major area of policy interest because of its potential to be used as a tool for regional economic development. The creation of linkages between tourism and agriculture, maintenance of heritage highways, the creation of new distribution channels and the development of value added culinary products have all contributed to recognition of the value of the culinary tourism.


      Submissions on any of the following (or related) topics are welcome:
      � The economic impact of culinary tourism
      � Culinary tourism as a form of alternative tourism
      � Culinary tourism as a branding mechanism for regions
      � Culinary tourism and intellectual property regimes, e.g. appellations
      � Relationships between culinary tourism and agriculture
      � Direct marketing of culinary product via farmers markets, stalls, and fairs
      � The role of restaurants in culinary tourism and regional development
      � Culinary tourism marketing and promotion
      � Culinary tourism and organic produce
      � Food trails, including beer, whisky and wine trails or routes
      � The role of wineries and distilleries in regional development


      Submission and Format Details

      � Articles should be approximately 6,000 words and follow the format guidelines provided below:
      � Title Page
      � Abstract: Approximately 100--200 words
      � Keywords: Approximately 5 keywords
      � Author Contact Details: Position, department, name of institution, full postal address, phone, fax, e-mail
      � Biographical notes: Approximately 100 words per author
      � Submit an electronic copy to guest editor in MS Word Format
      � Submit graphics such as Figures and Photographs in .tif format
      � Authors should submit their manuscript together with a covering letter by email to: cmahall@...
      � Articles will undergo double blind review by at least two reviewers

      APA Format
      All writers are required to follow the 2001 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association: Fifth Edition

      Estimate Timeline
      September 26, 2004: Abstract Submissions
      February 29, 2004: Deadline for Submissions
      April 6, 2004: Latest Date for Review Decisions
      July 31, 2005: Deadline for Return of Changes
      September, 2005: Final Submission of Copyrighted Papers to Publisher








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