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TIP(Thesis-in-Progress) Session (Call for Abstract)

Important Dates

Abstract Submission : Feb. 23, 2020

Decision Notification : Mar. 22, 2020

Final Abstract/Paper submission : May 3, 2020

Early Bird Registration: By May 17, 2020

TiP Session: July 1, 2020

APTA 2020 Conference: July 1-4, 2020

APTA 2019 TiP Session Chair: Dr. Dae-Young Kim (University of Missouri, USA) (kimdae@missouri.edu)

As a pre-conference event, APTA annual conference provides a workshop for graduate students to interactively discuss their on-going research with peers, colleagues, and leading supervisors and scholars in the field. Graduate students at all stages are encouraged to participate. If a research proposal is accepted, the student will have about 15 minutes presentation time, and 15 minutes Q &A time and feedbacks from scholars. If a research proposal is NOT accepted, we recommend the paper to the Poster presentation.

This special session enables graduate students to share and develop their research ideas in a critical but encouraging environment, get feedback from leading scholars in the hospitality and tourism field, explore research topics and issues for future research, and build relationships with other students and scholars from around the world.

SUBMISSION Guideline

  • All submissions will go through a review process. Students will be notified about the review outcome, along with recommendations to improve the proposal before the workshop. Accepted proposals will be included in the APTA 2020 proceedings.

  • The best research proposal will receive an award and recognition at the main Conference event.

  • Submissions must be written in English and prepared in MS Word (2007 or later). Pdf files of abstracts will not be accepted.

  • All submissions should be free of grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors.

  • Process

​       - Step 1: Download a [Template]

       - Step 2: Submit your proposal to APTAworkshop@gmail.com

FORMAT Guideline

  • The TiP session invites interested graduate students to submit their research proposals for review and feedback. The research proposals should be a maximum length of five pages (single space, A4), including references, and should typically include the following headings:

 

  1. Introduction

    • Problem statement

    • Research justification

    • Purposes of study

  2. Literature review

    • Theoretical background

    • Conceptual development

    • Research model

  3. Proposed methodology

  4. Theoretical and practical implications

  5. References

If you would like to participate or need more information, contact Dr. Dae-Young Kim at kimdae@missouri.edu.