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: The aim of this research is to examine the academicians conducting the lectures and the lectures conducted in the non-thesis master's programs in the field of tourist guidance in Turkey in terms of certain criteria.Methodology: In the[…]
Purpose and Importance: The aim of this study is to determine the satisfaction levels of tourism guidance students. In this context, the satisfaction levels of the students of Afyon Kocatepe University, Faculty of Tourism, Tourism Guidance Department, from the department,[…]
Purpose and Importance: The aim of this research is to analyze the communication themed articles in the field of tourist guiding and published between the years of 1988 - 2020 with the method of bibliometric analysis and using different parameters[…]
Purpose and Importance: Tourist guides are the cultural ambassadors of their countries and they are the people who are in direct contact with the tourists. In addition, it plays an important role in the formation of the destination image. They[…]