Call for Books Tourism Security Safety And Post Conflict Destinations

deadline for submissions: 
April 30, 2030
full name / name of organization: 
University of Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
contact email: 

We open the present call for the potential book proposals in the Series Tourism Security Safety And Post Conflict Destinations. Emerald Group, UK. The calls have not an expiration date and we often accept or consider regular book proposal anually. 

Since the turn of the century, the international rules surrounding security and safety have significantly changed, specifically within the tourism industry. In the age of globalization, terrorism and conflict have moved beyond individual high-profile targets; instead, tourists, travellers and journalists are at risk. In response to this shift, the series invites authors and scholars to contribute to the conversation surrounding tourism security and post-conflict destinations. The series features monographs and edited collections to create a critical platform that not only explores the dichotomies of tourism from the theory of mobilities but also provides an insightful guide for policymakers, specialists and social scientists interested in the future of tourism in a society where uncertainness, anxiety and fear prevail.

Tourism Security-Safety and Post Conflict Destinations will explore research approaches and perspectives from a wide range of ideological backgrounds to discuss topics such as:

• Studies related to comparative cross-cultural perceptions of risk and threat
• Natural and human-caused disasters
• Post-disaster recovery strategies in tourism and hospitality
• Terror movies and tourism
• Aviation safety and security
• Crime and security issues in tourism and hospitality
• Political instability, terrorism and tourism
• Thana-tourism
• War on terror and Muslim-tourism
• The effects of global warming on tourism destinations
• Innovative quantitative/qualitative methods for the study of risk and security issues in tourism and hospitality
• Virus outbreaks and tourism mobility
• Disasters, trauma and tourism
• Apocalyptic theories and tourism as a form of entertainment

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editors via email:

Maximiliano E. Korstanje
University of Palermo, Argentina

Hugues Seraphin
University of Winchester Business School, United Kingdom

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