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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

Recent Articles

  1. NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK

    Tourism in National Capitals and Global Change
    By
    Robert Maitland

    First published as a special issue of Current Issues in Tourism, we are delighted to announce that this book is now available as a paperback.

    Click here to continue reading..

  2. Interview with Authors of Doing Events Research: From Theory to Practice

    The authors of Doing Events Research tell us about why their book is so unique and why this is the textbook to use on any events studies course.

    Click here to read the interview.

  3. Did you see these Author Interviews in 2014?

    Happy New Year!

    We hope you got the chance to read these interviews in 2014, but in case you didn’t we’ve put them all in one place to make them easily accessible.

    Click here to carry on reading.

  4. NEW! The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and Sustainability

    "This comprehensive Handbook explores the conceptual foundations and management perspectives of sustainability in tourism. Engaging with well-argued criticism the book demonstrates the value and diversity of sustainable tourism studies. This collection is a ‘must have’ for scholars and students who want to understand the complexity and challenges of sustainable development in tourism." - Jarkko Saarinen, University of Oulu, Finland, and University of Johannesburg, South Africa

    To read more about the Routledge Handbook of Tourism and Sustainability click here.

    Order your copy now and take advantage of the pre-publication offer of £125 / $205 (RRP £140 / $225. Valid until 3rd May 2015)

  5. New Title and Promotion: Dark Tourism

    Dark Tourism and Crime
    By Derek Dalton

    Perfectly tying in with a new combined promotion between Routledge Books and Journals, this new book explores the socio-cultural contours of this unique type of tourism to explain why spaces/places where crime has occurred fascinate and attract tourists.

    Click here to read more.

  6. Knowledge Networks and Tourism

    By Michelle McLeod and Roger Vaughan

    Applying knowledge management and social network theories to tourism, this book sheds light on successful operations of tourism knowledge networks.

    Click here to read more.
     

  7. Accounting Essentials for Hospitality Managers, 3rd Edition

    Interview with Chris Guilding: Author of Accounting Essentials for Hospitality Managers, 3rd Edition

    Chris Guilding tells us how he has made his new 3rd edition of Accounting Essentials for Hospitality Managers even more accessible to students and why this is the book for any Hospitality Course. Click here to read the interview.

  8. Strategic Management for Tourism, Hospitality and Events

    2nd Edition
    By Nigel Evans

    The new edition of this must-have text introducing students to fundamental strategic management principles in a Tourism, Hospitality and Events context…Click here to read more.

  9. Just published - A Hospitable World? by David Jordhus-Lier and Anders Underthun

    This book explores the organization of work, worker identities and worker strategies in hotel workplaces, as they are located in heterogeneous labor markets being changed by processes of globalization.It sheds light on the hotel workplace as a hierarchical and fragmented social space as well as addressing questions on worker mobility, the fragmentation of work, scales of organization and how workers can help shape the regulation of their industry. Read more here


    Why not recommend to your Librarian today!

    To view more books in the Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility Series click here

  10. Books and Journals Promotion - Dark Tourism

    From battlefield memorials, converted concentration camps, or the wake of natural disasters, ‘Dark Tourism’ explores locations set against backdrops fraught with distressing, unusual and oftentimes macabre pasts.

    For many, visiting these places would be upsetting, even horrific; but for some - they are an irresistible draw that provides a tangible glimpse into a world more commonly seen from the comfort of historical pages or front page news.

    Routledge Books and Journals are joining forces to offer you two great deals to take advantage of.

    Routledge Books are offering 20% discount on a selection of books about dark tourism. Just scroll down to see the books in the promotion and don't forget to use the discount code DC362 when you check out.

    Routledge Journals are offering FREE access to over 40 articles from an array of journal subject areas, including Behavioural Sciences, Geography, Religion, and Heritage Studies” Click here to start exploring this extensive collection.
     

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