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Yıl 2021, Cilt 9, Sayı 1, 157 - 178, 01.06.2021
https://doi.org/10.30519/ahtr.794656

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Kaynakça

  • Akyıldız, M., & Argan, M. (2010). Leisure experience dimensions: a study on participants of Ankara festival. Pamukkale Journal of Sport Sciences, 1(2), 25-36.
  • Caffyn, A. (2012). Advocating and implementing slow tourism. Tourism Recreation Research, 37(1), 77-80.
  • Calzati, V. & De Salvo, P. (2017). Slow tourism: A theoretical framework. In M. Clancy (Ed.), Slow Tourism, Food and Cities, Pace and the Search for the Good Life (pp. 33-48). Oxford: Routledge.
  • Cioban, G. L., & Slusariuc, G. C. (2014). The effect of leisure time on touristic resources and on the quality of life. Ecoforum Journal, 3(1), 84-87.
  • Conway, D., & Timms, B. F. (2010). Re-branding alternative tourism in the Caribbean: the case for ‘slow tourism’. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 10(4), 329-344.
  • Conway, D., & Timms, B. F. (2012). Are slow travel and slow tourism misfits, compadres or different genres?. Tourism Recreation Research, 37(1), 71-76.
  • Cosar, Y., & Kozak, M. (2014). Slow tourism (cittaslow) influence over visitors’ behavior. In A. G. Woodside & M. Kozak (Eds.), Tourists’ behaviors and evaluations (pp. 21-29), Bingley: Emerald.
  • De Gruyter (2020). Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.degruyter.com/view/journals/tw/tw-overview.xml.
  • Della Corte, V., Del Gaudio, G., Sepe, F., & Sciarelli, F. (2019). Sustainable tourism in the open innovation realm: A bibliometric analysis. Sustainability, 11(21), 6114.
  • Dickinson, J., & Lumsdon, L. (2010). Slow travel and tourism. London: Earthscan.
  • Dionysopoulou, P. (2012). European Tourism Policy Integration Perspectives. In Fayos-solà, E. (Ed.), Knowledge Management in Tourism: Policy and Governance Application (pp. 283-299), Bingley: Emerald.
  • Elsevier (2020). Annals of Tourism Research. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.journals.elsevier.com/annals-of-tourism-research.
  • Evren, S., & Kozak, N. (2014). Bibliometric analysis of tourism and hospitality related articles published in Turkey. Anatolia, 25(1), 61-80.
  • Garrigos-Simon, F. J., Narangajavana-Kaosiri, Y., & Narangajavana, Y. (2019). Quality in tourism literature: A bibliometric review. Sustainability, 11(14), 1-22.
  • Hall, C. M. (2006). Introduction: Culinary tourism and regional development: From slow food to slow tourism?. Tourism Review International, 9(4), 303-306.
  • Heitmann, S., Robinson, P., & Povey, G. (2011). Slow food, slow cities and slow tourism. In P. Robinson, S. Heitmann & P. Dieke (Eds), Research Themes for Tourism (pp. 114-127). Wallingford: CABI.
  • Jiménez-García, M., Ruiz-Chico, J., Peña-Sánchez, A. R., & López-Sánchez, J. A. (2020). A bibliometric analysis of sports tourism and sustainability (2002–2019). Sustainability, 12(7), 2840.
  • Johnson, A. G., & Samakovlis, I. (2019). A bibliometric analysis of knowledge development in smart tourism research. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 10(4), 600-623.
  • Kassean, H., & Gassita, R. (2013). Exploring tourists push and pull motivations to visit Mauritius as a tourist destination. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 2(3), 1-13.
  • Koseoglu, M. A., Rahimi, R., Okumus, F., & Liu, J. (2016). Bibliometric studies in tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 61, 180-198.
  • Kozak, N. (1998). The development of tourism and hospitality research in Turkey: an examination of bibliographic inputs of dissertations written between 1952–1995. Anatolia, 9(2), 117-121.
  • Leong, L. Y., Hew, T. S., Tan, G. W. H., Ooi, K. B., & Lee, V. H. (2020). Tourism research progress–a bibliometric analysis of tourism review publications. Tourism Review, 1-26.
  • Losada, N., & Mota, G. (2019). Slow down, your movie is too fast': Slow tourism representations in the promotional videos of the Douro region (Northern Portugal). Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 11, 140-149.
  • Matos, R. (2004). Can slow tourism bring new life to alpine regions? In Weiermair, K. & Mathies, C. (Eds.), The Tourism and Leisure Industry: Shaping the Future (pp. 93-102), New York: Haworth.
  • Mauleon-Mendez, E., Genovart-Balaguer, J., Merigo, J. M., & Mulet-Forteza, C. (2018). Sustainable tourism research towards twenty-five years of the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research, 6(1)-23-46.
  • MDPI (2020). Sustainability. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mas-Tur, A., Roig-Tierno, N., & Ribeiro-Soriano, D. (2015). A bibliometric overview of the Journal of Business Research between 1973 and 2014. Journal of Business Research, 68(12), 2645-2653.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mulet-Forteza, C., Martorell, O., & Merigó-Lindahl, C. (2020). Scientific research in the tourism, leisure and hospitality field: a bibliometric analysis. Anatolia, 31(3), 494–508.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mulet-Forteza, C., Valencia, C., & Lew, A. A. (2019). Twenty years of Tourism Geographies: a bibliometric overview. Tourism Geographies, 21(5), 881-910.
  • Moira, P., Mylonopoulos, D., & Kondoudaki, A. (2017). The application of slow movement to tourism: is slow tourism a new paradigm?. Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies, 2(2), 1-10.
  • Morey, A., & Manera, C. (2016). The growth of mass tourism in the Mediterranean, 1950-2010. Journal of Economics and Finance, 84-91.
  • Moyle, B., Moyle, C. L., Ruhanen, L., Weaver, D., & Hadinejad, A. (2020). Are we really progressing sustainable tourism research? A bibliometric analysis. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 29(1), 106-122.
  • Mulet-Forteza, C., Genovart-Balaguer, J., Mauleon-Mendez, E., & Merigó, J. M. (2019). A bibliometric research in the tourism, leisure and hospitality fields. Journal of Business Research, 101, 819-827.
  • Mulet-Forteza, C., Martorell-Cunill, O., Merigó, J. M., Genovart-Balaguer, J., & Mauleon-Mendez, E. (2018). Twenty-five years of the Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing: a bibliometric ranking. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 35(9), 1201-1221.
  • Nikjoo, A. H., & Ketabi, M. (2015). The role of push and pull factors in the way tourists choose their destination. Anatolia, 26(4), 588-597.
  • Niñerola, A., Sánchez-Rebull, M. V., & Hernández-Lara, A. B. (2019). Tourism research on sustainability: a bibliometric analysis. Sustainability, 11(5), 1377.
  • Oh, H., Assaf, G., & Baloglu, S. (2016). Motivations and goals of slow tourism. Journal of Travel Research, 55(2), 205–219.
  • Özel, Ç. H., & Kozak, N. (2012). Turizm pazarlaması alanının bibliyometrik profili (2000-2010) ve bir atıf analizi çalışması. Türk Kütüphaneciliği, 26(4), 715-733.
  • Pécsek, B. (2014). Gyorsuló idő, lassuló turizmus: a lassú turizmus modellezése. Turizmus Bulletin, 1, 3-10.
  • Pécsek, B. (2018). Slow tourism as the sustainable alternative for developing urban tourism destinations. Retrieved 14 September, 2020, from https://low.szie.hu/sites/default/files/pecsek_brigitta_thesis.pdf.
  • Pellešová, P. (2020). Globalization and perception of tourism trends by supply and demand. Retrieved 14 September, 2020, from https://www.shsconferences.org/articles/shsconf/pdf/2020/02/shsconf_glob2020_04019.pdf.
  • Petrini, C., & Padovani, G. (2009). Slow Food Revolution: A New Culture for Eating and Living. New York: Rizzoli International.
  • Poon, A. (1994). The ‘new tourism’revolution. Tourism Management, 15(2), 91-92.
  • Rand, G. E., & Heath, E. (2009). Local food as a key element of sustainable tourism competitiveness. In J. Saarinen, F. Beckher, H. Manwa, & D. Wilson (Eds). Sustainable Tourism in Southern Africa: Local Communities and Natural Resources in Transition (pp. 253-268). Channel View Publications.
  • Ruhanen, L., Weiler, B., Moyle, B. D., & McLennan, C. L. J. (2015). Trends and patterns in sustainable tourism research: A 25-year bibliometric analysis. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 23(4), 517-535.
  • Serrano, L., Sianes, A., & Ariza-Montes, A. (2019). Using bibliometric methods to shed light on the concept of sustainable tourism. Sustainability, 11(24), 6964.
  • Timms, B. F., & Conway, D. (2012). Slow tourism at the Caribbean's geographical margins. Tourism Geographies, 14(3), 396-418.
  • Tourism Geographies (2020). Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.tgjournal.com/tg-aims.html.
  • Van Eck, N. J., & Waltman, L. (2010). Software survey: VOSviewer, a computer program for bibliometric mapping. Scientometrics, 84(2), 523-538.
  • Vinzenz, F., Priskin, J., Wirth, W., Ponnapureddy, S., & Ohnmacht, T. (2019). Marketing sustainable tourism: the role of value orientation, well-being and credibility. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 27(11), 1663-1685.
  • Vishwakarma, P., & Mukherjee, S. (2019). Forty-three years journey of Tourism Recreation Research: a bibliometric analysis. Tourism Recreation Research, 44(4), 403-418.
  • Voss, J. (1967). The Definition of Leisure. Journal of Economic Issues, 91-106.
  • VOSviewer (2020). Retrieved 10 September, 2020, from https://www.vosviewer.com/.
  • Wilson, S., & Hannam, K. (2017). The frictions of slow tourism mobilities: Conceptualising campervan travel. Annals of Tourism Research, 67, 25-36.
  • WoS (2020). Retrieved 25 December, 2020, from http://apps.webofknowledge.com/WOS_GeneralSearch_input.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&SID=D2ojgkjlPqR9wlvF2c4&preferencesSaved.
  • Yu, L., Wang, G., & Marcouiller, D. W. (2019). A scientometric review of pro-poor tourism research: visualization and analysis. Tourism Management Perspectives, 30, 75-88.
  • Zhang, X., Estoque, R.C., Xie, H., Murayama, Y., & Ranagalage, M. (2019). Bibliometric analysis of highly cited articles on ecosystem services. PLoS ONE, 14(2), 1-16.

Bibliometric Analysis of Slow Tourism

Yıl 2021, Cilt 9, Sayı 1, 157 - 178, 01.06.2021
https://doi.org/10.30519/ahtr.794656

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This paper aims to review the slow tourism literature using a bibliometric analysis approach. In the current study parameters such as the annual number of publications, the most contributing countries, the most contributing organizations, the most cited studies in Web of Science (WoS), the most productive authors, and the most productive journals were examined. Furthermore, keywords were used to identify the field structure. VOSviewer software was used to find out the leading trends in this slow tourism literature. Thirty-eight studies were found with the help of the WoS database, over the period from 1975- June 2020. Results indicated that: the literature on slow tourism is growing remarkably; four studies accounted for more than 30 citations; Conwey, D and Timms, B.F were the most prolific authors; in terms of documents, the USA was the leading country in the topic of slow tourism; Indiana University (System and Bloomington Campus) was the most productive institution with a total of 5 papers. The journal, Tourism Recreation Research was the top contributor to the related literature. According to a keywords analysis the most recently studied concepts were related to tourist experiences and place attachments (2018-2020), while the older concepts were linked to alternative tourism and leisure (2014-2016).

Kaynakça

  • Akyıldız, M., & Argan, M. (2010). Leisure experience dimensions: a study on participants of Ankara festival. Pamukkale Journal of Sport Sciences, 1(2), 25-36.
  • Caffyn, A. (2012). Advocating and implementing slow tourism. Tourism Recreation Research, 37(1), 77-80.
  • Calzati, V. & De Salvo, P. (2017). Slow tourism: A theoretical framework. In M. Clancy (Ed.), Slow Tourism, Food and Cities, Pace and the Search for the Good Life (pp. 33-48). Oxford: Routledge.
  • Cioban, G. L., & Slusariuc, G. C. (2014). The effect of leisure time on touristic resources and on the quality of life. Ecoforum Journal, 3(1), 84-87.
  • Conway, D., & Timms, B. F. (2010). Re-branding alternative tourism in the Caribbean: the case for ‘slow tourism’. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 10(4), 329-344.
  • Conway, D., & Timms, B. F. (2012). Are slow travel and slow tourism misfits, compadres or different genres?. Tourism Recreation Research, 37(1), 71-76.
  • Cosar, Y., & Kozak, M. (2014). Slow tourism (cittaslow) influence over visitors’ behavior. In A. G. Woodside & M. Kozak (Eds.), Tourists’ behaviors and evaluations (pp. 21-29), Bingley: Emerald.
  • De Gruyter (2020). Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.degruyter.com/view/journals/tw/tw-overview.xml.
  • Della Corte, V., Del Gaudio, G., Sepe, F., & Sciarelli, F. (2019). Sustainable tourism in the open innovation realm: A bibliometric analysis. Sustainability, 11(21), 6114.
  • Dickinson, J., & Lumsdon, L. (2010). Slow travel and tourism. London: Earthscan.
  • Dionysopoulou, P. (2012). European Tourism Policy Integration Perspectives. In Fayos-solà, E. (Ed.), Knowledge Management in Tourism: Policy and Governance Application (pp. 283-299), Bingley: Emerald.
  • Elsevier (2020). Annals of Tourism Research. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.journals.elsevier.com/annals-of-tourism-research.
  • Evren, S., & Kozak, N. (2014). Bibliometric analysis of tourism and hospitality related articles published in Turkey. Anatolia, 25(1), 61-80.
  • Garrigos-Simon, F. J., Narangajavana-Kaosiri, Y., & Narangajavana, Y. (2019). Quality in tourism literature: A bibliometric review. Sustainability, 11(14), 1-22.
  • Hall, C. M. (2006). Introduction: Culinary tourism and regional development: From slow food to slow tourism?. Tourism Review International, 9(4), 303-306.
  • Heitmann, S., Robinson, P., & Povey, G. (2011). Slow food, slow cities and slow tourism. In P. Robinson, S. Heitmann & P. Dieke (Eds), Research Themes for Tourism (pp. 114-127). Wallingford: CABI.
  • Jiménez-García, M., Ruiz-Chico, J., Peña-Sánchez, A. R., & López-Sánchez, J. A. (2020). A bibliometric analysis of sports tourism and sustainability (2002–2019). Sustainability, 12(7), 2840.
  • Johnson, A. G., & Samakovlis, I. (2019). A bibliometric analysis of knowledge development in smart tourism research. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 10(4), 600-623.
  • Kassean, H., & Gassita, R. (2013). Exploring tourists push and pull motivations to visit Mauritius as a tourist destination. African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 2(3), 1-13.
  • Koseoglu, M. A., Rahimi, R., Okumus, F., & Liu, J. (2016). Bibliometric studies in tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 61, 180-198.
  • Kozak, N. (1998). The development of tourism and hospitality research in Turkey: an examination of bibliographic inputs of dissertations written between 1952–1995. Anatolia, 9(2), 117-121.
  • Leong, L. Y., Hew, T. S., Tan, G. W. H., Ooi, K. B., & Lee, V. H. (2020). Tourism research progress–a bibliometric analysis of tourism review publications. Tourism Review, 1-26.
  • Losada, N., & Mota, G. (2019). Slow down, your movie is too fast': Slow tourism representations in the promotional videos of the Douro region (Northern Portugal). Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 11, 140-149.
  • Matos, R. (2004). Can slow tourism bring new life to alpine regions? In Weiermair, K. & Mathies, C. (Eds.), The Tourism and Leisure Industry: Shaping the Future (pp. 93-102), New York: Haworth.
  • Mauleon-Mendez, E., Genovart-Balaguer, J., Merigo, J. M., & Mulet-Forteza, C. (2018). Sustainable tourism research towards twenty-five years of the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research, 6(1)-23-46.
  • MDPI (2020). Sustainability. Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mas-Tur, A., Roig-Tierno, N., & Ribeiro-Soriano, D. (2015). A bibliometric overview of the Journal of Business Research between 1973 and 2014. Journal of Business Research, 68(12), 2645-2653.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mulet-Forteza, C., Martorell, O., & Merigó-Lindahl, C. (2020). Scientific research in the tourism, leisure and hospitality field: a bibliometric analysis. Anatolia, 31(3), 494–508.
  • Merigó, J. M., Mulet-Forteza, C., Valencia, C., & Lew, A. A. (2019). Twenty years of Tourism Geographies: a bibliometric overview. Tourism Geographies, 21(5), 881-910.
  • Moira, P., Mylonopoulos, D., & Kondoudaki, A. (2017). The application of slow movement to tourism: is slow tourism a new paradigm?. Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies, 2(2), 1-10.
  • Morey, A., & Manera, C. (2016). The growth of mass tourism in the Mediterranean, 1950-2010. Journal of Economics and Finance, 84-91.
  • Moyle, B., Moyle, C. L., Ruhanen, L., Weaver, D., & Hadinejad, A. (2020). Are we really progressing sustainable tourism research? A bibliometric analysis. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 29(1), 106-122.
  • Mulet-Forteza, C., Genovart-Balaguer, J., Mauleon-Mendez, E., & Merigó, J. M. (2019). A bibliometric research in the tourism, leisure and hospitality fields. Journal of Business Research, 101, 819-827.
  • Mulet-Forteza, C., Martorell-Cunill, O., Merigó, J. M., Genovart-Balaguer, J., & Mauleon-Mendez, E. (2018). Twenty-five years of the Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing: a bibliometric ranking. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 35(9), 1201-1221.
  • Nikjoo, A. H., & Ketabi, M. (2015). The role of push and pull factors in the way tourists choose their destination. Anatolia, 26(4), 588-597.
  • Niñerola, A., Sánchez-Rebull, M. V., & Hernández-Lara, A. B. (2019). Tourism research on sustainability: a bibliometric analysis. Sustainability, 11(5), 1377.
  • Oh, H., Assaf, G., & Baloglu, S. (2016). Motivations and goals of slow tourism. Journal of Travel Research, 55(2), 205–219.
  • Özel, Ç. H., & Kozak, N. (2012). Turizm pazarlaması alanının bibliyometrik profili (2000-2010) ve bir atıf analizi çalışması. Türk Kütüphaneciliği, 26(4), 715-733.
  • Pécsek, B. (2014). Gyorsuló idő, lassuló turizmus: a lassú turizmus modellezése. Turizmus Bulletin, 1, 3-10.
  • Pécsek, B. (2018). Slow tourism as the sustainable alternative for developing urban tourism destinations. Retrieved 14 September, 2020, from https://low.szie.hu/sites/default/files/pecsek_brigitta_thesis.pdf.
  • Pellešová, P. (2020). Globalization and perception of tourism trends by supply and demand. Retrieved 14 September, 2020, from https://www.shsconferences.org/articles/shsconf/pdf/2020/02/shsconf_glob2020_04019.pdf.
  • Petrini, C., & Padovani, G. (2009). Slow Food Revolution: A New Culture for Eating and Living. New York: Rizzoli International.
  • Poon, A. (1994). The ‘new tourism’revolution. Tourism Management, 15(2), 91-92.
  • Rand, G. E., & Heath, E. (2009). Local food as a key element of sustainable tourism competitiveness. In J. Saarinen, F. Beckher, H. Manwa, & D. Wilson (Eds). Sustainable Tourism in Southern Africa: Local Communities and Natural Resources in Transition (pp. 253-268). Channel View Publications.
  • Ruhanen, L., Weiler, B., Moyle, B. D., & McLennan, C. L. J. (2015). Trends and patterns in sustainable tourism research: A 25-year bibliometric analysis. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 23(4), 517-535.
  • Serrano, L., Sianes, A., & Ariza-Montes, A. (2019). Using bibliometric methods to shed light on the concept of sustainable tourism. Sustainability, 11(24), 6964.
  • Timms, B. F., & Conway, D. (2012). Slow tourism at the Caribbean's geographical margins. Tourism Geographies, 14(3), 396-418.
  • Tourism Geographies (2020). Retrieved 07 November, 2020, from https://www.tgjournal.com/tg-aims.html.
  • Van Eck, N. J., & Waltman, L. (2010). Software survey: VOSviewer, a computer program for bibliometric mapping. Scientometrics, 84(2), 523-538.
  • Vinzenz, F., Priskin, J., Wirth, W., Ponnapureddy, S., & Ohnmacht, T. (2019). Marketing sustainable tourism: the role of value orientation, well-being and credibility. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 27(11), 1663-1685.
  • Vishwakarma, P., & Mukherjee, S. (2019). Forty-three years journey of Tourism Recreation Research: a bibliometric analysis. Tourism Recreation Research, 44(4), 403-418.
  • Voss, J. (1967). The Definition of Leisure. Journal of Economic Issues, 91-106.
  • VOSviewer (2020). Retrieved 10 September, 2020, from https://www.vosviewer.com/.
  • Wilson, S., & Hannam, K. (2017). The frictions of slow tourism mobilities: Conceptualising campervan travel. Annals of Tourism Research, 67, 25-36.
  • WoS (2020). Retrieved 25 December, 2020, from http://apps.webofknowledge.com/WOS_GeneralSearch_input.do?product=WOS&search_mode=GeneralSearch&SID=D2ojgkjlPqR9wlvF2c4&preferencesSaved.
  • Yu, L., Wang, G., & Marcouiller, D. W. (2019). A scientometric review of pro-poor tourism research: visualization and analysis. Tourism Management Perspectives, 30, 75-88.
  • Zhang, X., Estoque, R.C., Xie, H., Murayama, Y., & Ranagalage, M. (2019). Bibliometric analysis of highly cited articles on ecosystem services. PLoS ONE, 14(2), 1-16.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Otelcilik, Konaklama, Spor ve Turizm
Bölüm Araştırma Makalesi
Yazarlar

Bartola MAVRİC
Istanbul University Faculty of Economics
0000-0003-2257-8797
Türkiye


Mert ÖĞRETMENOĞLU (Sorumlu Yazar)
Istanbul University Faculty of Economics
0000-0003-0639-4891
Türkiye


Orhan AKOVA
ISTANBUL UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
0000-0001-7740-2938
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 1 Haziran 2021
Başvuru Tarihi 14 Eylül 2020
Kabul Tarihi 15 Mart 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2021, Cilt 9, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Mavric, B. , Öğretmenoğlu, M. & Akova, O. (2021). Bibliometric Analysis of Slow Tourism . Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research (AHTR) , 9 (1) , 157-178 . DOI: 10.30519/ahtr.794656


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