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Dec 18 2014

Access Routledge Tourism, Hospitality & Events Collection

Discover the Darker Side of Tourism

Whether it is the macabre attraction of a converted concentration camp or the magnitude of destruction from a site devastated by a natural disaster, ‘Dark Tourism’ seeks to bridge the gap between the unfathomable and the morbidly real.

Please click here to read over 45 FREE articles on Dark Tourism.

Virtual Special Issue: Controversies in Events and Festivals Policy Research

This free virtual issue from Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events explores the consequences of policy interventions at events, from small-scale festivals to mega sports events.

Please click here to access free articles from this virtual special issue.

HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4123088

Journal of Sustainable Tourism – Free Article Access

Read selected free articles from the latest issue of Journal of Sustainable Tourism, including the defining article, ‘On climate change skepticism and denial in tourism’.

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HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2032585

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Dec 18 2014

Access the latest Sociology Research, Routledge

Explore the Virtual Special Issue: Anthropology Beyond Boundaries

Anthropology has a long and deep relationship with the journal Economy and Society that stretches from its first issues. Within its pages ethnography has been brought to bear on the crucial theoretical debates of each era.  The articles in this new virtual issue draw out three reoccurring themes: justice; governance; and capital.

Please click here to read the free articles online until the 31st March 2015.

HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2275707

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Dec 12 2014

Thomson Reuters Exchange: Opening The Gates

Thomson Reuters Exchange is a free online magazine available at: http://exchangemagazine.financial.thomsonreuters.com/

Or you may get FREE copy on iOS and Android tablet devices in the

Apple AppstoreGoogle Play and Amazon Appstore.

In the latest issue, they focus on Open, such as open up China market:

New developments are opening up China’s capital markets to growth-hungry global investors.

China became the world’s largest economy this year, a position held by the United States since the 1870s. See how China’s financial reform process is cleaning up the Asian giant’s banking system, gradually opening its capital markets and internationalizing the use of the country’s currency  in Thomson Reuters Exchange Magazine. For more, please refer to Thomson Reuters Exchange Website.

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Dec 09 2014

Access articles from Routledge Area Studies

Area Studies Open Select Collection

Routledge presents a collection of articles recently published in Area Studies Open Select journals.

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South Asia Economic Development Collection

South Asia was recently designated the second-fastest growing region in the world. Find out what factors have contributed to its growth, with over 80 articles exploring the economy from a regional and country-specific perspective.

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Free Access to Special Issue: North Korea and East Asia

To make your research into North Korean and East Asian Economics simpler, read this Special Issue from International Economic Journal completely free to access until 31st December 2014.

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HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4217844

Specializing in Law in Asia

This free article collection examines Law across Asia, with carefully selected papers on China, India and smaller nations such as Indonesia and Malaysia. These articles are free to read until 31st December 2014 to help you in your research of this diverse region.

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Dec 02 2014

South China Morning Post withdrawn from WiseNews 1 January 2015

As per the new arrangement between the publishers of South China Morning Post and WiseNews, SCMP will be withdrawn from WiseNews effective from 1st January 2015. Users can access the historic archive (from 1903 onward up to 10 years ago ) via ProQuest’s historical newspapers, and the current 10 years up to today via SCMP.com.

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Dec 01 2014

Trial Access to Journal of extreme events

The objective of the Journal of Extreme Events is to provide a forum for analysis of the occurrence, impact, and significance of extreme events on natural and human systems. The Journal provides a range of opportunities for manuscripts including original research papers, review assessments, and science-policy statements. Journal content focuses on extreme weather and climate events and their connections with natural and human system processes.

This is a multidisciplinary journal that can serve the research and teaching needs of the following areas:

· Earth Science (wide range of subdisciplines)

· Physics (atmospheric physics)

· Biological Sciences (ecological impacts of natural hazards associated with climate change)

· Civil Engineering (design and performance of civil engineering installations to reduce impacts of natural hazards)

· Economics (risk assessment, economic valuation of risk impacts)

· Politics and public administration (public policies, governance)

Please click here to access the free trial until 31 March 2014.

If you wish to recommend the journal for subscription, please click here to let us know.

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Nov 14 2014

Access the latest Development Studies Research from Routledge

Highly Cited Research Collection 2014 - Free to access

This Highly Cited Research Collection has been created to showcase some of the recent work published in our Development Studies journals that is having an impact on scholarship already. These articles are free for you to read online to help inform your own research projects.

Please click here to enjoy free access and start reading.

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Nov 10 2014

Access Routledge Area Studies from Routledge

Japan Culture Day

To coincide with this colourful national holiday, celebrating the nation’s arts, academic endeavours and cultural heritage, Routledge have collated over 30 free articles into one collection, with topics ranging from fantasy in Japanese pop culture to studies into sumo wrestling. These articles are free to access until the end of November.

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New Additions to “What’s trending in Area Studies?”

Now featuring selected works from African Studies and Central Asian, Russian and Eastern European Studies collections, enjoy free online access to over 300 popular articles from Area Studies until the end of March 2015.

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Foreign Direct Investment in Asia

Fascinated by Foreign Direct Investment in Asia? Access the collection issues such as economic growth, international relations, and social implications. This collection is completely free to access until 31st March 2015.
Please explore FDI in Asia here.

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Nov 06 2014

Access Tourism and Social Media Article Collection from Routledge

Tourism and Social Media Article Collection: Free Access

In honour of the launch of new Tourism, Hospitality and Events Social Media sites, read a collection of recent journal articles that explore the ever-growing relationship between Tourism and Social Media.

Please click here to access the Tourism and Social Media collection.

Please read them for free until the end of the year.

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Oct 24 2014

Maintenance to Taylor & Francis ebooks web site

Due to essential maintenance users will not be able to access tandfebooks.com for a maximum of 1 hour between 6 a.m. – 10 a.m. on Saturday 25th October.

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