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Tourism, Culture & Communication is international in its scope and will place no restrictions upon the range of cultural identities covered, other than the need to relate to tourism and hospitality. The Journal seeks to provide interdisciplinary perspectives in areas of interest that may branch away from traditionally recognized national and indigenous cultures, for example, cultural attitudes toward the management of tourists with disabilities, gender aspects of tourism, sport tourism, or age-specific tourism.

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Volume 10, Number 1, March 2010

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Articles

Negotiating Identity: Experiences of "Visiting Home" Among Chinese Americans
pp. 1-14(14)
Authors: Maruyama, Naho U.; Weber, Ian; Stronza, Amanda L.

Cultural Values and Service Quality: Host and Guest Perspectives
pp. 15-32(18)
Authors: Truong, Thuy-Huong; King, Brian

Tourism and Crime: A Typological Analysis
pp. 33-44(12)
Author: Francis, Ronald

Critical Reviews

Narrative Analysis as a Tool for Contextual Tourism Research: An Exploration
pp. 59-75(17)
Authors: Mainil, Tomas; Platenkamp, Vincent

Critical Book Reviews

Critical Book Reviews
pp. 77-82(6)

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