New Journal: Hospitality & Society

The Library have bought a new journal for Tourism, Hospitality and Events recommended by your lecturers called Hospitality & Society

What is the focus of the journal?

Hospitality & Society is an international multidisciplinary social sciences journal focusing upon hospitality and exploring its connections with wider social and cultural processes and structures.

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The first issue of 2019 has just been published and the articles include research on ethics and global citizenship in the tourism industry.


Connecting the dots: Ethics, global citizenship and tourism by Hermann, I.; Weeden, C., and Peters, K.


Narratives of global citizenship, ethics and tourism: a Danish perspective by Barker, H. and Dredge, D.

Cruising with(out) a conscious? Sustainable discourse in the blogosphere by Römhild-Raviart, J.; Weeden, C.; Jarvis, Nigel; Pantelidis, I.

Harnessing empathy in Hospitality and tourism: are conversations the answer? by Zamanillo T,; Lourdes L.; Cheer, J. M.

Volunteer tourism and the eco-village: finding the host in the pedagogic experience by Prince, S.

How do I access Hospitality & Society?

When you do a search for journal articles on the library web page you will automatically be searching Hospitality & Society along with all our other journals. If you want to go straight to Hospitality & Society to browse only this journal you can use the Journal Titles link on the library web page. Click here to download a guide about finding journal titles.

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What years are included in the subscription?

The Sunderland subscription begins in 2019 so Volume 9 issue 1 is the first issue with full text, and all future issues will be available in full text.

Can I access older articles from this journal (published before 2019?)

You can browse the table of contents and read the abstracts of articles published in Hospitality & Society prior to 2019. If you want the full text of older articles you can request an interlibrary loan.

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