2nd International Conference on Tourism: Theory, Current Issues & Research
Тези до: 20.10.2016
Дати: 04.11.16 — 06.11.16
Е-мейл Оргкомітету: http://www.icser.org/icttr-kayit-ve-ozet-gonderimi
Організатори: West Hungary University (Hungary) and Suleyman Demirel University (Turkey)
International Conference on Tourism: Theory, Current Issues and Research will provide a scientific assembly for all participants all over the world to explore and discuss the different topics in tourism. The conference will also provide an opportunity to learn about the current issues such as trends, latest statistical methodologies, best practices, statistical design, analysis and conclusion in social sciences and education research.
ICTTR 2016 aims to bring together academics, researchers, scientists and graduate students in social science and education fields to exchange and share their experiences, studies, new ideas, research findings and results about all aspects of topics related to tourism. ICTTR provides opportunities to participants to discuss the theoretical methods and practical solutions adopted about innovations and developments in the scientific environment. All accepted papers’ abstracts will be published in the conference proceeding and full paper will be published in the JTTR-Journal of Tourism Theory and Research (ISSN:2458-7583) and IJSSER-International Journal of Social Science & Education Research (ISSN:2149-5939).
It is our pleasure to invite you to the ICTTR and share your expertise, experience, and new research results about social science and/or education researches. It is an honour for us to be with you at the conference in which your invaluable contributions will help us to have a fruitful organization.
The scope of the ICTTR includes the following major issues and other topics related to the tourism:
Consumer Behavior in Tourism
Gastronomy and Culinary Arts
Organizational Behavior in Tourism
Travel and Transportation
Tourism and Environment
Веб-сторінка конференції: http://www.icser.org/icttr-konferans-182832?_l=1