In the forthcoming issue of Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, enjoy free access to newly published ‘Dialogue’ papers. With contributions from Huw Thomas, Lynn Minnaert, Jan Mosedale and Noel Scott, Dianne Dredge opens the debate on relevance in academic policy research. Please click here to start reading.
HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4123088
Read online articles from Journal of Tourism History, with topics including 19th Century British tourism in Egypt, attractions on Sydney’s ocean coastline, and sport tourism in Ancient Greece. Please click here to access the collection until 31st March 2015.
Enjoy Open Access to three Japan Forum articles, focusing on cultural and contents tourism:
‘Taiga dramas and tourism: historical contents as sustainable tourist resources‘ – Philip Seaton
‘Japanese Popular Culture and Contents Tourism – Introduction‘ – Philip Seaton & Takayoshi Yamamura
‘Contents tourism and local community response: Lucky star and collaborative anime-induced tourism in Washimiya‘ – Takayoshi Yamamura
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Journal of Northeast Asian History(JNAH) is a semiannual academic journal published by the Northeast Asian History Foundation. JNAH is an interdisciplinary social sciences/ history journal covering the economic, political, social, and cultural aspects of the historical issues of Northeast Asia. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following: China’s Northeast Project, “comfort women,” Dokdo, Mount Baekdu, naming of the East Sea, textbook issue, and Yasukuni Shrine. The geographical scope of the journal includes Korea, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Mongolia, Tibet, Russia’s Maritime Province, Central Asia, and the surrounding areas.
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Time to Rethink Japan’s Energy Future
Contributing organization(s): Earth Policy Institute. Nearly four weeks after a 9.0-magnitute earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan, emergency personnel are still struggling to stabilize the disabled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Beyond the immediate need to minimize further radioactive leakage and protect public health, the government is beginning to reconsider its long-term plans for nuclear power expansion. International media coverage has typically assumed that Japan…
AccessMedicine has a special issue on radiation exposure and emergency situations for our users in light of the recent events in Japan.
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