Aim and scope: Journal of Tour Guiding (JOTOG) is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to contribute to knowledge and development of tour guiding field by publishing studies with academic and scientific qualities at national and international level in the field of tour guiding. Journal of Tour Guiding (JOTOG) also aims to initiate a specialization among tourism journals with focusing solely on tour guiding studies. Besides, JOTOG accepts articles on tourism policy developments on tour guiding and other fields which have inter- disciplinary contributions. In this respect, the journal also includes studies on trends in tour guiding and discussions of current and future influences on tour guiding, focusing on new developments and developments in other fields thanks to its interdisciplinary nature. Additionally, JOTOG aims to follow a publishing policy that prioritizes the concept of up-to-date in the field of applied and theoretical studies. Furthermore, the journal also takes reviews of tourism representatives on tour guiding into consideration for publication.
Purpose and Importance: Tourist guidance has an important role in introducing the region to tourists, establishing the quality of communication, and transferring the cultural and historical values of a country to different cultures. Today, the historical and cultural diversity of[…]
Purpose and Importance: With widely accepted values of assertive professions under the law, each profession has its own image. The purpose of this research is to determine the perception of the professional tourist guiding profession through the eyes of the[…]
Purpose and Importance: The main purpose of this research is to reveal the relationship between female tourist guides' perception about work-family conflict and tendency of career continuity. It is necessary to focus on the problems of female tour guides because[…]
Purpose and Importance: National and international restrictions and economic difficulties in the Covid-19 process brought tourism activities to a halt. During this difficult period, while hotels and agencies had difficulty in standing, tourist guides tried to benefit from the support[…]