Tourism Economics, Management and Policy Research (TEMAPOR) <p>Tourism Economics, Management and Policy Research&nbsp;(TEMAPOR) is an international, peer-reviewed and scientific journal published two times a year (in April and September). The writing language of the journal is Turkish and English. In the journal, research articles, and review articles are published in the field of social sciences, which are prepared in accordance with scientific research principles and have not been published anywhere before.</p> en-US (Ceyhun Can Özcan) (Kaan Ceviker) Fri, 30 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +0300 OJS 60 Determination of The Opinions of Students Receiving Tourism Education at Associate Degree Level from Practical Hotel Perspective <p>This research was carried out to determine the perception of the practice hotel of the associate students who studied tourism at Gaziantep University Tourism and Hotel Management Vocational School and Adıyaman University Social Sciences Vocational School. For this purpose, a survey was applied to 406 students representing the research universe. As a result of the research, it was determined that the perceptions of the practice hotels of the students of both universities were generally positive. In addition, it is statistically revealed that there is a difference in students' perceptions about the practice hotels according to the factors determined on the scale and some demographic features</p> Mehmet Esen, Atınç Olcay, Mehmet Düzgün ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 30 Sep 2022 17:40:24 +0300 Roles of Professional Tourist Guides in the Transfer and Promotion of Cultural Values <p><em>Tourist guiding profession is a profession group that has continued from the Hittite period to the present day. Tourist guides are people who tell tourists about the natural, cultural, historical and artistic values ​​of the country or region and accompany them from the beginning of the tour to the end of the tour. Tourist guides play an important role in promoting the touristic values ​​of the country or region. Tourist guides, who are cultural ambassadors, have an important role in the transfer of cultural values. Tourist guides need to go through the education and training process in order to accurately and effectively reflect the image of the country. In this study, it has been tried to determine how important tourist guides are in the transfer of cultural values. In this direction, a questionnaire was applied to 250 tourist guides working actively. As a result of the research, the data were obtained by statistical methods. As a result of the research, it has been concluded that professional tourist guides who have completed their tourist guiding education are more effective in protecting and promoting cultural values ​​and providing cultural interaction.</em></p> Ayşenur Akkul ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 30 Sep 2022 17:40:41 +0300 Evaluatıon of The Effects of Tourısm Revenues on The Turkısh Economy through Macroeconomıc Varıables <p>The importance of the tourism sector has started to increase since the second half of the twentieth century and has become a potential source of income for the economies of countries. So much so that tourism revenues have been seen as the key to growth and development for developed and developing countries. In addition, tourism is one of the most important sub-items of the services sector, which ensures the redistribution of income and wealth between and within the country. Since it is related to many sectors, it contributes to employment with the positive externalities it creates and plays an important role in closing foreign trade deficit, current account deficit and balance of payments deficits. Today, in addition to being the fastest growing sector in the world economy, alternative tourism types that are constantly changing according to the wishes and needs of people are also emerging. In this study, it is aimed to evaluate the effects of tourism revenues on the Turkish economy through macroeconomic variables in the 2001-2021 period with statistical data. According to the evaluations made from the data obtained, it can be said that tourism revenues positively affect economic growth and development in Turkey by making significant contributions to increasing income and gross domestic product, closing foreign trade deficit, current account deficit and balance of payments deficits, reducing unemployment and increasing employment.</p> HACI HAYRETTİN TIRAŞ ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 30 Sep 2022 17:41:02 +0300 A Review on Interrelation between Tourism and Migration Phenomenologies <p>The tourism system is a trigger for migration in terms of dimensions such as secondary housing and workforce. However, it is a matter of debate whether the act of travel is an act of immigration in itself. Touristic mobility represents a phenomenon in which there is no common opinion about its definition, and the basis of this situation is the differences in the definition of actions. The aim of this study is to bring together the arguments that define tourism as a migration movement and those that do not, and to enhance ideas in this way, based on the discussions on the relationship between tourism and migration phenomena in the literature. In this context, firstly, the mutually motivating structures of the causes and results of tourism-oriented migrations are explained. Afterwards, the considerations developed for the idea of ​​positioning the tourism act as an act of migration in the literature were examined and in this way, it contributed to the positioning of the tourist mobility phenomenon in the migration literature. As a result of the study, theoretical and practical suggestions have been developed that will contribute to the interdisciplinary evolution of tourism.</p> Yakup Kemal ÖZEKİCİ ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 30 Sep 2022 17:41:16 +0300 The Relationship Between Tourism Revenues and Carbon Emissions (CO2): An Empirical Analysis on Turkey <p>When the tourism sector is evaluated together with its sub-sectors, it contributes to the production of many economic outputs and has positive effects on economic growth. On the other hand, the fact that it contains intensive consumption activities increases the energy consumption significantly due to the increased production. Increasing demand for energy can also cause adverse effects on the environment. For this reason, the tourism sector can have positive economic effects as well as negative effects. The aim of the study is to determine the causality relationship between tourism revenues and carbon emissions in Turkey. The Toda-Yamamoto causality test was used in the study using datasets between 1995 and 2020. Energy consumption and growth data were also used as other independent variables in the study. The findings obtained from the study revealed unidirectional causality from tourism revenues to carbon emissions (〖CO〗_2), energy consumption and growth.</p> Mahmut Sami DURAN ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 30 Sep 2022 17:41:31 +0300