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FW: [DARK-TOURISM] Call for Papers: Journal of Unconventional Parks, Tourism & Recreation Research (JUPTRR)

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  • Bristow, Robert
    a new journal ! While this call is for dark tourism, I am sure that many RTS ers may have other unconventional research. rob
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 16, 2009
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      a new journal !
       
      While this call is for dark tourism, I am sure that many RTS'ers may have other unconventional research.
       
      rob
       

      From: Dark/thanatourism research forum [DARK-TOURISM@...] On Behalf Of Teresa Love [leisure4life@...]
      Sent: Friday, January 16, 2009 9:58 AM
      To: DARK-TOURISM@...
      Subject: [DARK-TOURISM] Call for Papers: Journal of Unconventional Parks, Tourism & Recreation Research (JUPTRR)

      Journal of Unconventional Parks, Tourism & Recreation Research (JUPTRR)

      CALL FOR PAPERS


      The Journal of Unconventional Parks, Tourism & Recreation Research (JUPTRR) is a forum for research that is unconventional, or research and articles that represent “out of the box” thinking. JUPTRR is an electronic outlet for innovative ideas and methodologies that would not normally appear in traditional journals. All research articles are peer reviewed and can be accessed online (http://juptrr.asp.radford.edu/Current.htm) free of charge. JUPTRR is inclusive of all recreation research including outdoor recreation, tourism, therapeutic recreation, park management, and experiential education. Applied researchers, first-time authors, practitioners, graduate students, and researchers with a sense of exploration are encouraged to submit manuscripts and join the editorial board.

      Submission deadline for manuscripts is February 15th.

      Upcoming Special Issue: In 2010, JUPTRR will be soliciting manuscripts on dark tourism, the act of travel and visitation to sites, attractions, and exhibitions which has real or re-created death, suffering or the seemingly macabre as a main theme (Stone, 2005). Examples of dark tourism locations include cemetaries, battlefields, prisons, hospitals, memorials, disaster sites, and haunted places.
      For additional information, please visit the Journal's website at http://juptrr.asp.radford.edu or contact us at juptrr@....


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