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    Call for Papers Tourism in a Time of Crisis The global financial crisis, the consequences of global warming, on-going regional conflicts that threaten to
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      Call for Papers

      Tourism in a Time of Crisis

      The global financial crisis, the consequences of global
      warming, on-going regional conflicts that threaten to ignite
      into wider conflagrations, and the increasing pace of social
      change are a few of the forces facing tourism in the early
      21st century. How individuals, organizations, destination
      areas, and states respond to these forces will shape tourism
      for decades to come.

      In order to better understand tourism’s response to these
      and other critical forces Tourism Review International is
      calling for papers that address Tourism in a Time of
      Crisis. This themed issue will appear as volume 13(4), 2009.

      Interested authors are invited to submit an extended
      abstract for editorial prereview. This extended abstract
      should include a summary of the article’s purpose,
      literature review, methods, results, and conclusions. It
      should be no more than three pages (double spaced) in
      length. Upon review selected authors will be invited to
      submit a full manuscript that will undergo a double-blind
      review process. A timetable for the entire review process
      is listed below.


      extended abstract due 20 March 2009

      invitations to submit a full article 27 March 2009

      full manuscripts due to begin review process 31 May 2009

      manuscript reviews returned to author along with editorial
      decision 3 July 2009

      revisions completed by 31 July 2009


      Thank you.

      Wes Roehl


      Dr. Wesley S. Roehl
      President, HEMAR (Hospitality Educators
      of the Mid-Atlantic Region)
      Editor, Tourism Review International
      Director of Graduate Programs in Tourism & Hospitality
      School of Tourism and Hospitality Management
      Temple University
      1700 N. Broad Street
      Philadelphia, PA 19122-0840
      215-204-5861 (voice)
      215-204-8705 (fax)
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