|Editor-in-Chief:||Prof. Dr. Burcin Cevdet Cetinsoz, Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Turkey|
|Editors:||Assoc. Dr. Resat Arica, Batman University, Turkey|
Journal of Mediterranean Tourism Research (JOMETR) is a social sciences journal focusing upon the academic studies of tourism including travel and hospitality management, tour guiding, gastronomy and culinary arts, food and beverage management, recreation/leisure management. While JOMETR is dedicated to publishing both genuine conceptual and empirical studies in the field of tourism, it makes sure that an ethical balance of theory and application is formed by bringing both academics and practitioners into the industry. To manage this, JOMETR has planned its strategies to create a platform where a multidiscipline approach is encouraged from various disciplines interacting and contributing to the development of tourism literature. In this role, JOMETR invites a multidisciplinary community of both academics and researchers.
JOMETR is electronically published in English twice a year: June and December. All papers are subject to strict double-blind peer review by the international research community. JOMETR also adopts an open access policy. In this regard, personal information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mails shared by JOMETR will be only used for scientific purposes and will not be shared with third parties.
Format: Online ISSN 2770-7555
Benefits of Publishing with JOMETR
Open access:Completely free for readers and the authors. There are no fees charged for submission, subscription and article processing.
Rapid publication:JOMETR is committed to getting the manuscripts peer-reviewed, and a first decision provided to authors approximately 6-8 weeks after submission.
Multi-lingual abstracts:JOMETR will also help translate the abstracts into the Chinese language to tap into the Chinese market. This will increase the readership and citations of the papers from China.
High visibility and Indexing
Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI)
Bibliometric analysis of academic publications on tourism and humor
Omur N. Timurcanday Ozmen and Songul Gokhan
Space tourism as a new experience: A research on Gen-Z
Osman S. Sesliokuyucu, Ruveyda Koc, and Ahmet Ozturk
The importance of gamification on motivation of hotel employees
Abdullah Birtek, Oguz Colak, Onur Gulbahar, and Omer Sarac
Travel motivations and constraints of solo women travelers in Turkey
Egemen G. Tukenmez
Digitalizing business structure and remote working: A qualitative data analysis
Songul Gokhan and Omur N. Timurcanday Ozmen
A study on the effect of emotional efforts of academicians in tourism departments on job stress
Hasan O. Seyhanlioglu and Sevki Ulema
Analysis of International Hotels’ Social Media Strategies
Gökhan Şener and Cihan Cobanoglu
A Netnographic Review of Dining Experiences of Russian Tourists
Alper Bozbas and Tolga Gül
Local food availability in menus of hotels: The case of Batman, Turkey
Dilek Ginigen, Bülent Aydın, and Caner Güçlü
The influence of intrinsic motivational forces on consumers’ product purchase intentions
Sumera Syed, Syed R. H. Shah, and Fauziah S. Ahmad
Tourism and life quality perceptions of local people: A comparative research in thermal tourism destinations
Ahmet Cetin, Esra Katircioglu, Mehmet Boyraz, Hülya Mutlu, and Hasan Huseyin Soybali
Competing through coopetition: A strategy for success in hotel marketing consortia
Sofia Almeida, Ana Cláudia Campos, Carlos Costa, and José Manuel Simões
Importance-implementation of disability management practices in hotels: The moderating effect of team orientation
Zakaria Elkhwesky, Islam Elbayoumi Salem, and Mona Barakat
Tapping into food industry: A comparative dual-model study of religion and culture on food products’ purchase intention
Sumera Syed, Fauziah S. Ahmad, and Syed R. H. Shah