General Information for Authors Preparing Academic Articles

  1. The Editorial Office accepts for publication only original empirical and review papers that address tourism from interdisciplinary points of view, such as theory of leisure and tourism, cultural anthropology, philosophy, sociology, geography, law, psychology, history, economics, management, and marketing.
  2. The paper should include elements listed below. Titles of elements may be changed if justified by content. Furthermore, especially in the case of review articles, the paper may have a more complex structure, i.e., it may comprise more elements or have a given element subdivided further (such as the Literature Review section).
    1. For empirical papers: Introduction, Literature Review, Method, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, and References.
    2. For review papers: Introduction, Literature Review, Discussion, Conclusions, and References.
  3. The volume of submitted papers should not exceed 20 pages of normalized manuscript, i.e., 40,000 characters (one author’s sheet).
  4. Submitting a paper for publication is construed as transferring the copyright to the Editorial Office. This means that neither the paper nor a part of it can be published in other journals or digital media without the Editorial Office’s written permission.
  5. If the paper includes figures, tables, etc. taken from other academic papers, the Author is obliged to obtain a reprinting permission.
  6. The paper should be prepared according to guidelines presented in the Academic Article Preparation Information for Authors (see bottom of page).
  7. Do not provide personal data or any other information that could enable identifying the Author(s). Instead, provide personal data in a separate Author Form (see bottom of page) and submit it together with the paper.
  8. The paper, together with a filled Author Form, should be submitted to the Editorial Office’s e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  9. The Editorial Office will not accept papers that show signs of scientific dishonesty, such as ghostwriting and honorary (guest) authorship, for publication. The Editorial Office will disclose any recognized cases of dishonesty; this includes informing institutions employing authors, scientific associations, etc.
  10. All papers are reviewed by at least two independent reviewers (Review Form - see bottom of page) and maintaining full anonymity. In other words, a double-blind review process will be implemented; otherwise, the reviewers are obliged to sign a declaration that there exists no conflict of interests between them and the authors of the paper. The Editorial Board will accept the paper for publication or reject it based on the reviewers’ opinion. This procedure is in accordance with guidelines provided by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
  11. The Editorial Office reserves the right to modify the style makeup of submitted papers.
  12. The Author of the paper will receive an electronic version of the Journal issue in which the article was published, free of charge.

 

General Information for Authors Preparing Academic Reviews

  1. Only original reviews of Polish and foreign monographs, academic articles, and handbooks, as well as other types of academic and didactic papers, such as research reports, doctoral theses, and habilitation theses, will be accepted for publication.
  2. The Journal publishes reviews of papers on the theory of tourism and leisure, as well as papers that address tourism from the viewpoint of cultural anthropology, philosophy, sociology, geography, law, psychology, economics, management, marketing, and other academic fields and disciplines.
  3. Submitting a paper for publication is construed as transferring the copyright to the Editorial Office. This means that neither the review nor a part of it can be published in other journals or digital media without the Editorial Office’s written permission.
  4. The review should be prepared according to guidelines presented in the Academic Review and Polemic Preparation Information for Authors (see bottom of page).
  5. The review should be submitted to the Editorial Office’s e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  6. The Editorial Team reserves the right to modify the style makeup of submitted reviews.
  7. The Author of the review will receive an electronic version of the Journal issue in which the review was published, free of charge.