The journal is registered with the ISSN: 2587-1528 an is also open access and does not charge authors for publication or submission.
The authors of the articles published in International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research (IJCTR) retain the copyright of their publications. Authors are free to reproduce and disseminate their work. Authors can use all or part of their article in compilations or other publications of their own work.
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Open Access Policy
Every blind peer-reviewed research article appearing in the International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research (IJCTR) is "open access", meaning that:
-The article is universally and freely accessible via the Internet, in an easily readable format.
-The author(s) or copyright owner(s) irrevocably grant(s) to any third party, in advance and in perpetuity, the right to use, reproduce or disseminate the research article in its entirety or in part, in any format or medium, provided that no substantive errors are introduced in the process, proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details are given, and that the bibliographic details are not changed. If the article is reproduced or disseminated in part, this must be clearly and unequivocally indicated.
The copyediting stage is intended to improve the flow, clarity, grammar, wording, and formatting of the article. It represents the last chance for the author to make any substantial changes to the text, as the next stage is restricted to typos and formatting corrections. The file to be copyedited is in Word or .rtf format and therefore can be easily edited as a word processing document. This set of instructions displayed here proposes two approaches to copyediting. The one is based on Microsoft Word's Track Changes feature and requires that the copyeditor, editor and author have access to this program. A second system, that is software independent, has been borrowed, with permission, from the Harvard Educational Review. The journal editor is in a position to modify these instructions, so suggestions can be made to improve the process for this journal.