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City and Tourism

Cité et tourisme




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Aims and scope

Objectifs de la revue

City and Tourism debates the city and its tourism, the city and its leisure, and the city and its changes. It is on the topic of urban tourism, which has become the world’s leading form of tourism and, according to conventional classifications, includes international tourists, business tourists and day-trippers.

 

This scientific journal publishes original articles, special issues, book reviews, interviews and critical commentary on city tourism, a scientific subject which is part of the globalization process. This journal thus examines our "nomadic planet", where humans travel from city to city, an examination which provides a new practical and theoretical framework to better understand the economic, social, urbanist and cultural processes at play.

 

This journal examines different meaningful themes through the lens of human and social science. We favor two complementary approaches which together allow us to paint a precise portrait of the tourist city: a marketing approach (economic, communication, management, CSR, branding and governance) and a geographical approach (spatial, human, cultural and environmental).

 

"Be the stakeholders of city tourism and share your results."

 

There is no submission or publication fee to enter City and Tourism. Scientific articles are reviewed scrupulously and the identity of the parties is always hidden with a double-blind peer review.

 

We base our development and notoriety on the quality of our published scientific articles and on our ability to develop debates on the themes of urban tourism and the changing city.

 

Scientific Board


Aurora Pedro Bueno
Universitat de València
aurora.pedro@uv.es


Dominique Crozat
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
dominique.crozat@univ-montp3.fr


Edward L. Jackiewicz
California State University, Northridge
ed.Jackiewicz@csun.edu


Renzo Lecardane
Università degli di Palermo
renzo.lecardane@gmail.com

 


Marie-Laure Poulot
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
marie-laure.poulot@univ-montp3.fr


Sylvie Rouillon Valdiguie
Professionnelle du tourisme, consultante, formatrice
srouillonconseil31@gmail.com


Jean-Paul Volle
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
jean-paul.volle@univ-montp3.fr


 

 

Cité et tourisme est consacrée à la ville et son tourisme, la ville et ses mutations/recompositions, mais aussi sur les différents loisirs associés aux habitants et aux touristes. Cette revue est née de l’accélération de la pratique du city break - city vacation - city trip - city tour qui se diffuse largement à l’échelle mondiale.

 

Le city tourism est un objet de connaissance scientifique identifiable, partie prenante du processus de la mondialisation et de l’extension de l’écoumène touristique. La revue prend en compte la multiplication des mobilités touristiques et des modes d’habiter, d’aménager et de promouvoir - gérer - manager la ville, un cadre théorique et pratique permettant de mieux cerner les processus économiques, sociaux, urbanistiques et culturels à l’œuvre.

 

Deux approches complémentaires sont privilégiées : une approche marketing (économique, communication, management, gestion, gouvernance) et une approche géographique (spatiale, humaine, culturelle, environnementale).


« Soyons les acteurs du tourisme urbain et partageons nos résultats »

 

La revue propose une politique scrupuleuse d’examen des articles scientifiques. L’identité des parties est toujours cachée avec une évaluation par les pairs en double aveugle. 

 

Conseil scientifique


Aurora Pedro Bueno
Universitat de València
aurora.pedro@uv.es


Dominique Crozat
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
dominique.crozat@univ-montp3.fr


Edward L. Jackiewicz
California State University, Northridge
ed.Jackiewicz@csun.edu


Renzo Lecardane
Università degli di Palermo
renzo.lecardane@gmail.com

 


Marie-Laure Poulot
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
marie-laure.poulot@univ-montp3.fr


Sylvie Rouillon Valdiguie
Professionnelle du tourisme, consultante, formatrice
srouillonconseil31@gmail.com


Jean-Paul Volle
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3
jean-paul.volle@univ-montp3.fr


 

Journal issues

2021

Volume 21- 1

Issue 1

Recent articles

City & Tourism - Journal of City Tourism

Globalization has consequences for observable and quantifiable city tourism practices; the world’s major cities are similar - or not - in the approach and management of this urban tourism with touristic projects and (...)


Tourism development in the smart city: the case of the city of Marrakech

The great development of the New Information and Communication Technologies has facilitated the transition from the ordinary city to the smart city, a label that has been claimed in recent years by a lot of territories (...)


Tangible heritage, intangible heritage and mass tourism in Luang Prabang (Laos): a triangle of incompatibilities?

In December 1995, Luang Prabang was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Based on a decentralized cooperation agreement with a french city named Chinon, a protection and enhancement program was initiated. In 2008, a (...)


Editorial Board


Editor in chief
 

Patrice Ballester
IEFT - Tourism School
patrice.ballester@gmail.com
 

Co-Editors
 

Elsa Devienne
Northumbria University
Angleterre
elsadevienne@gmail.com

Erick Leroux
Université de Paris 13
Sorbonne Paris Cité
leroux_erick@hotmail.com

Charly Machemehl
Université de Rouen Normandie
charly.machemehl@univ-rouen.fr

Gabriele Manella
Université de Bologne
Italie
gabriele.manella@unibo.it

Christine Petr
Institut de Management de Bretagne Sud
christine.petr@univ-ubs.fr

Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernandez
Université de Jaén
Espagne
jipulido@ujaen.es

 


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