Journal summary: IJTA cover the multidisciplinary spectrum of tourism anthropology – including ethnography, ethnics, sociology, psychology, archaeology, art, linguistics, economics, politics, history, philosophy, geography, and ecology. Papers within the journal aim to interpret and understand the evolution and impact of tourism variation in all of its forms. The international scope is emphasised in order to address cultural, religious, regional and national barriers, and to meet the needs of accelerating socioeconomic change and changes in the global economy.
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
Access: Subscription; some open access articles
Journal type: Academic peer reviewed