Guidelines for Authors / Presenters
Guidelines for submission of Full papersFull papers are expected to report on empirical research and its findings or on substantive research related issues (such as the proposal of a new model, theory or advancement in the field). They are expected to be a discrete and complete piece of work worthy of publication and making a contribution to the fields of tourism and/or hospitality (or related areas). Full papers will be peer reviewed and subject to emendation by their author/s before being accepted for publication in the conference proceedings.
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Submission of abstracts for full papers is now closed.
Guidelines for submission of Working papersWorking papers are expected to report on work in progress, preliminary findings, and pilot studies. They are also suitable for reviews of literature, methods and methodologies and for exploratory or theoretical critiques or advancements. Working papers are particularly useful for post-graduate students and early career researchers who are seeking opportunities to present material which is either not suited or not yet complete enough for publication in more traditional peer reviewed publications (such as journals). Working papers may be submitted as an abstract only (maximum 250 words) or as an extended abstract (around 1,000 ? 1,500 words in length).
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Submission of abstracts for working papers is now closed.
Guidelines for submission of Presentation onlyPresentations only (no written paper for inclusion in the published conference proceedings) are an option for those who do not wish to write a paper. This may be of particular interest for members of the tourism industry who have important issues and experiences related to the conference theme (adding value through research) they wish to share.
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Submission of presentation summaries is now closed.