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  • Alan A. Lew
    ... Subject: Announcing a new journal from Channel View Publications: Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 15:55:40 -0100 From:
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      Subject: Announcing a new journal from Channel View Publications: Journal of
      Tourism and Cultural Change
      Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 15:55:40 -0100
      From: Channel View Publications <news@...>

      Channel View Publications present the new journal:
      The Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change (JTCC)
      Editor in Chief: Prof. Mike Robinson, Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change,
      Sheffield Hallam University

      email: info@...

      The Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change (JTCC) is a peer-reviewed,
      transdisciplinary and transnational journal. It focuses on critically examining
      the relationships, tensions, representations, conflicts and possibilities that
      exist between tourism/travel and culture/cultures in an increasingly complex
      global context.

      The JTCC provides a forum for debate against the backdrop of local, regional,
      national and transnational understandings of identity and difference. Economic
      restructuring, recognitions of the cultural dimension of biodiversity and
      sustainable development, contests regarding the positive and negative impact of
      patterns of tourist behaviour on cultural diversity, and transcultural strivings
      - all provide an important focus for the JTCC.

      Global capitalism, in its myriad forms engages with multiple 'ways of being',
      generating new relationships , re-evaluating existing, and challenging ways of
      knowing and being. Tourists and the tourism industry continue to find inventive
      ways to commodify, transform, present/re-present and consume material culture.
      The JTCC seeks to widen and deepen understandings of such changing relationships
      and stimulate critical debate by:

      -Adopting a multidisciplinary approach

      -Encouraging deep and critical approaches to policy and practice

      -Embracing an inclusive definition of culture

      -Focusing on the concept, processes and meanings of change

      -Encouraging trans-national/transcultural perspectives

      The publishers will use their three-tier pricing structure based on the UNDP
      Human Development Index (http://www.undp.org). All together libraries in over
      100 countries will be able to receive the Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change
      either completely free of charge or at a substantially
      reduced rate.

      Volume 1 will contain two issues: issue 1 will be published in March 2003. Each
      subsequent annual volume will contain four issues (ISSN 1476-6825).

      "Foundation" subscribers entering their subscription now for JTCC can enjoy AT
      LEAST six issues to be published in Volume 1:2003 (2 Issues) and Volume 2:2004
      (a minimum of 4 issues) at the following

      Individual Subscriptions: STERLING 39.00/ USD 59.00/ EURO 69.00

      Institutional Subscriptions: STERLING 139.00/ USD 199.00/ EURO 229.00

      For further details on submitting a paper, the three-tier pricing structure and
      how to subscribe contact the publisher: info@...
      or visit our website

      Alternatively why not join our free email newsletter which will give full
      details of the contents of forthcoming issues and links to their abstracts.
      Simply send an email to news@... stating "subscribe
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      Channel View Publications
      Frankfurt Lodge, Clevedon Hall
      Victoria Road, Clevedon BS21 7HH, England
      Tel: +44 (0) 1275-876519; Fax: +44 (0) 1275-871673
      E-mail: orders@...

      Alan A. Lew, Ph.D., AICP
      Professor and Chair,
      Dept. of Geography & Public Planning
      Northern Arizona University
      Editor, 'TOURISM GEOGRAPHIES' journal
      Homepage: <http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~alew/>
      E-mail: <mailto:alan.lew@...>
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