Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research seeks to advance knowledge and sense-making skills in interpreting cultural, organizational, and personal influences relating to tourism and hospitality behaviors. This broad objective includes examining unconscious and conscious thinking processes of tourists, guests, and/or service providers in contexts that relate to tourism and hospitality. The series aims to be eclectic in providing both in-depth and holistic examinations of antecedents, process transformations, and immediate and long-range outcomes of contexts, thoughts, actions, behaviors, and interpretations relating to tourism and hospitality topics. ACTHR seeks papers by authors from the behavioral sciences, journalism, tourism and hospitality, and management. All papers published in the ACTHR are double-blind reviewed and authors receive comments for revising and reasons for acceptance or rejection of their submissions. ACTHR volumes include the names and affiliations of editorial board members; paper assessments include comments by occasional reviewers as well.
The editors of the ACTHR encourage submissions from a broad range of cultural, tourism, and hospitality topics districts.
Curtin University, Australia