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Instructions for authors

For submission, according to the proposed themes (see here), there are 3 types of sessions:

  • General Sessions – International Collaboration Forum: on a range of topics that will follow the format of presentations and discussion with the attendees. A paper refers to a fully developed manuscript on a scholarly topic (full paper). By way of presentation and full interaction between the presenter and the audience, all participants would either win support or involve themselves with collaboration from different countries/regions. Issues of the forum include, but are not restricted to the following: research projects; exchange activities; educational programs; and industrial development.
  • Parallel Sessions: on a range of topics that will follow the format of presentations and discussion with the attendees. A paper refers to a fully developed manuscript on a scholarly topic (full paper).
  • Graduate Seminars: provides master and PhD students with a forum to present and to discuss their research, and an opportunity to get feedback from and exchange comments with fellow master and PhD students and established researchers in Tourism (short paper).

The abstracts must be submitted electronically and sent, as an attachment, to jpjorge@ipleiria.pt by 29 February 2016.

The full papers and short papers must be submitted electronically and sent, as an attachment, to jpjorge@ipleiria.pt by 15th April 2016.

Please check here the Submission Guidelines

EATSA Conference 2016 – Paralell Sessions

Legal Considerations |By submitting an abstract, authors agree to grant the organizers of the conference the right to publish it in the book of abstracts and in the Conference Proceedings, to be distributed at the EATSA Conference 2016. The material should not have been published elsewhere before the meeting. The conference does not claim copyright and authors are free to publish the same material elsewhere after the EATSA Conference 2016. Authors should ensure that publication in the book of abstracts does not conflict with the rights of third parties, nor violates non-disclosure agreements or copyright laws.

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