Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice

The aim of the Bridging series is to have academic and industry leaders join forces in their respective fields to discuss, exchange, and debate issues critical to the advancement of tourism; and to inspire a new generation of researchers who can translate scholarly discoveries to deliverable results valuable to practitioners, and who can inform the academics of industry best practices.

The series creates a platform for academics and practitioners to share theories and practices with each other, and serves as a collaborative venue for meaningful exchange and syntheses. It illustrates how theories and practices inform each other; how both have evolved, advanced, and been applied; and how industry best practices have benefited from, and contributed to, theoretical developments.

Coverage includes, but is not restricted to:

  • Theoretical development in this field
  • Best practices in the fields of application
  • Policy, planning, and development
  • Strategies, globalization, and sustainability
  • Emerging markets and consumers

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editors via email:

Jafar Jafari
University of Wisconsin-Stout

Noel Scott
University of the Sunshine Coast

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