Sustainable tourism is a tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities. The Journal of Sustainable Tourism welcomes articles on or related to community involvement in tourism, indigenous people and tourism, Ecotourism in modified environment, urban tourism and cultural heritage, adventure tourism development, gaming tourism, international issues and cross-cultural research, human resources management, consumer behavior education.
The WVSU Research Journal is a scientific publication of the University Research and Development Center (URDC), West Visayas State University, Iloilo City, Philippines devoted to the publication of original papers. It is a peer-reviewed semi-annual journal that publishes reports of original researches in the area of specialization in education, nursing, arts and sciences, agriculture, forestry, communication and hospitality services, technology and medical field. It is governed by an Editorial Board composed of senior faculty members from the different colleges of the university and who track record in research publication. The Editorial Board also includes external members who have established expertise in research and publication.View now
The UNIVERSITY OF BAGUIO SUKIMAT is a Refereed Multidisciplinary and Scholarly Journal of the University of Baguio, published annually (June and December) by the University of Baguio Research and Development Center, Baguio City, Philippines. Its general objective is to publish scholarly research works in the different fields of knowledge. It is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes original research articles from any disciplines, integrative and critical reviews of research literature; and analyses of research-based theoretical models and methodological approaches of any discipline are welcome.View now
LAMDAG is a fitting concept that captures the intent of the Graduate School journal to serve as an avenue for the publication of Graduate School faculty and students’ academic outputs. The cover design shows bright light from the right corner slowly illuminating the crimson red cover; the official color of Capitol University. At the bottom of the cover is a t’nalak cloth design of the T’boli tribe in South Cotabato. The designs of each t’nalak cloth are revealed in the dreams of the T’boli weavers which they translate in fabric making each design unique to others. In the same way the academic output of each faculty and student is an illumination from concrete experiences that are woven into concepts. These concepts are now printed in this journal hoping it would also illuminate the readers.