Michigan State University, Ph.D., 2014
Clemson University, M.S., 2008
Michigan State University, B.S., 2006
Dr. Jordan's research focuses on the impacts of tourism on the mental health of residents of host communities. He is particularly interested in tourism's impact on stress, emotions, and quality of life and their implications for public health.
Jordan, E. J., Spencer, D. M., & Prayag, G. (2019). Tourism impacts, emotions and stress. Annals of Tourism Research, 75, 213-226.
Jordan, E. J., & Moore, J. (2018). An in-depth exploration of residents' perceived impacts of transient vacation rentals. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 35(1), 90-101.
Jordan, E. J., & Vogt, C. A. (2017). Appraisal and coping responses to tourism development-related stress. Tourism Analysis, 22(1), 1-18.
Jordan, E. J., & Vogt, C. A. (2017). Residents' perceptions of stress related to cruise tourism development. Tourism Planning & Development, 14(4), 527-547.
Jordan, E. J. (2015). Planning as a coping response to proposed tourism development. Journal of Travel Research, 54(3), 316-328.
Jordan, E. J., Vogt, C. A., & DeShon, R. P. (2015). A stress and coping framework for understanding resident responses to tourism development. Tourism Management, 48, 500-512.
Jordan, E. J., Vogt, C. A., Kruger, L. E., & Grewe, N. (2013). The interplay of governance, power and citizen participation in community tourism planning. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 5(3), 270-288. Special