The Journal of Destination Design and Hydroscape Architecture
Official Quarterly of the Institute
1: FALL 2004
2: SPRING 2005
ISSUE 3: FALL 2005
Journal of Destination Design and Hydroscape/Coastal Architecture (JDDHA)
is a scholarly and professional, refereed publication of the Institute of
Destination Architects and Designers (IDAD). Objectives of the journal
are as approved by the current issues policies and by the submittal guidelines.
Ongoing objectives for all issues are:
publish destination, hydroscape/coastal design architecture research
and applied information for communication to educators and practitioners
in the design disciplines, such as: architecture/land architecture,
industrial design/interior architecture, art/theatrical arts, coastal
sciences and technologies, including ecology and environmental science,
whose work directly relates to destinations and waterscape development
promote the destinations profession and disciplines involved with hospitality,
travel and tourism, design, art, scenography, waterscape-coastal developments
and other design, research and management professions, as well as the
travel and tourism industry's executive or corporate assessment needs,
dealing with design/management research for resort, theme park, exotic
destination and travel concerns/issues
solicits member and non-member manuscripts and papers/essays from practitioners,
educators and students in all related disciplines.
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JDDHA Journal Editorial Policy
for submission to the Journal of Destination Design and Hydroscape Architecture
should be double spaced and e-mail should be made and sent, using the
following order of sequence: title page, credit page, abstract, keywords,
text, references, tables, drawings, legends, and figures.
Title page: Title,
author's name and title, affiliation, mailing address, and a condensed
running head of no more than 60 letters and spaces.
Abstract: A concise,
informative results-type abstract of no more than 5% of article's total
Keywords: List beneath
abstract, keywords related to methods of results.
are best included in introduction or between conclusion and references.
Figures and tables should be referred to, in order, in the text.
References: Alphabetically, by author and
year of publication; for three or more authors, use first author and and
Footnotes: Avoid use where
possible. Number those that are necessary consecutively and include on
separate page to follow references.
Equations: Number those to be set off from
Tables and Figures: Should not exceed 50%
of article's total length, keeping proportions of web page in mind.
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