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Tourism Development & Management

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Peer-reviewed Journals

Peer-reviewed journals, also known as Refereed Journals, are...

  • scholarly journals with articles that have been critically evaluated and approved by several scholars (expert peer-reviewers) before inclusion in a journal, not just by an editor.
  • reviewed by peers to assess the quality of the methodology, data, and conclusions presented.

Peer review lends credibility to the article because the process confirms the reliability of the data and the findings of the research.

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ASU Library subscribes to many journals, both print and online.  Here is a selection of titles suitable for research in the areas of recreation, tourism, leisure, and special events planning.  Search the ASU Library Catalog's Journals by Title page to gain access to these titles.  Search journals by LOC Subject Heading (see column at lower left called "Journals by Subject") to search for additional journal titles.


Online Access:

Annals of tourism research (0160-7383)

Cornell Hotel & Restaurant Administration Quarterly (0010-8804)

Country Reports

CRonicle (S 1.155:)

International journal of culture, tourism and hospitality research (1750-6182)

International journal of hospitality management (0278-4319)

International journal of contemporary hospitality management (0959-6119)

International journal of tourism research (1099-2340)

Journal of hospitality & tourism management

Journal of hospitality & tourism research (1096-3480)

Journal of parks & recreation administration (0735-1968)

Journal of retail & leisure property (1479-1110)

Journal of sport tourism (1477-5085)

Journal of sports sciences (0264-0414)

Journal of sustainable tourism (0966-9582)

Journal of travel research (0047-2875)

Journal of travel & tourism marketing (1054-8408)

Journal of vacation marketing (1356-7667)

Leisure sciences (0149-0400)

Leisure studies (0261-4367)

Managing leisure (1360-6719)

Progress in tourism and hospitality research (1077-3509)

Tourism & Hospitality Management (1330-7533)

Tourism and hospitality research (1467-3584)

Tourism geographies (1461-6688)

Tourism management (0261-5177)

Tourism Overview (1004-3292)

Tourism review of AIEST (1660-5373)

Tourismos:  An international multidisciplinary journal of tourism (1790-8418)

Travelers in the Middle East Archive



Print Access:

ASTA agency management (0896-4114)

Economic Review of Travel in America (0733-642X)

Event management: an international journal (1525-9951)

Hospitality & tourism educator

Journal of leisure research (0022-2216)

Journal of hospitality & tourism education (1096-3758)

National geographic traveler (0747-0932)

Orient-express magazine (1350-9012)

Parks & recreation (0031-2215)

Travel & leisure(0041-2007)

Travel weekly (0041-2082)

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