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Mondes du tourisme is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to tourism. It states positively that tourism can be constructed as an object of scientific knowledge reportable in the flow of events and processes of human societies. Its scientific and editorial project aims to encourage the invention of new concepts or theoretical frameworks to better understand the processes at work. It brings together academic and applied research from the social science disciplines (urban planning , anthropology, economics, geography, history, management, communication, political science, sociology...)

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16 | 2019
Tourisme et emplois : singularités, permanences, transformations

Tourism and professions: singularities, permanence, transformations
Edited by Christophe Guibert, Jean Lagueux and Nathalie Montargot

This thematic issue of the journal Mondes du tourisme is entitled "Tourism and professions: singularities, permanence, transformations". It intends to respond to various problematizations which characterize the contemporary specificities of employment in the tourism field. Seven papers mobilizing various disciplinary frameworks (law, history, geography, management sciences) and various international fields tackle the question of employment but also courses and diplomas.

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