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Travel & Tourism Industries Research Guide

Print Articles

Many hospitality journals available in Rosen contain articles related to the Travel and Tourism Industry. General hospitality/tourism periodicals may also have relevant material on the industry. 

Here are just a few examples of journals found in print in the Rosen Library that often contain tourism-related articles:

Conde Nast's Traveler

Leisure Management

Cruise Industry News

Leisure Opportunities

Cruise Travel

National Geographic

FIU Hospitality & Tourism Review

National Geographic Traveler

Hospitality Law

Porthole: Cruise Magazine

Information Technology & Tourism*

Tourism Analysis*

International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration*

Tourism & Hospitality Research*

Journal of Heritage Tourism*

Tourism Culture & Communication*

Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management*

Tourism Economics*

Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education*

Tourism in Marine Environments*

Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism*

Tourism Recreation Research*

Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism*

Tourism Review International*

Journal of Sustainable Tourism*

Tourist Attractions & Parks

Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism*

Travel & Leisure

Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing*

Vacation Industry Review

Journal of Travel Research*

World Tourism Barometer

Journal of Vacation Marketing*


*Scholarly (peer-reviewed) source

Online Articles

To search for a journal online, you can browse alphabetically or type in the name of the journal in our online journals search. The following are just a few journals containing information on the Travel and Tourism industry that are available to be viewed online:

Using Databases to Find Articles

UCF Libraries offers hundreds of unique databases, some of which are not available through QuickSearch. If you are not finding the articles you need through QuickSearch, we suggest trying a few of our databases that contain articles related to the lodging industry: