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DISSERTATIONS OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE COMMISSION

ISSN: 1896-1460 (print version)

ISSN: 2391-5293 (electronic version)

Frequency: semi-annually (2 issues per year)

Nature: Online

Submission E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Language of Publication: Polish/English

The court register no: PR 20541

 

 

Dissertation of Cultural Landscape Commission - expanding the reach of the international magazine
- a task funded under contract 737/P-DUN/2019 from the funds of the Ministry of Science
and Higher Education Republic of Poland designated for disseminating science

 

 

The journal is rated on the list of magazines of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education: 40 points 

Dissertation of Cultural Landscape Commission is a journal published by the Cultural Landscape Commission of the Polish Geographical Society since 2002. According to the new classification of scientific disciplines (Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland 2018, item 1818), the content of articles published in the Journal represents primarily socio-economic geography and spatial management, earth and environmental sciences as well as architecture and urban planning. Dissertation of Cultural Landscape Commission is an interdisciplinary journal due to the multipronged subject of research – cultural landscape. The journal is addressed primarily to geographers, landscape ecologists and landscape architects. The spatial approach to the analysed phenomena and processes are the basic distinction and sine qua non for published texts. The authors of the articles accept the definition of landscape according to the European Landscape Convention – an area, as perceived by people, whose character is the result of the action and interaction of natural and/or human factors. Thus, landscape is an area (typologically diverse), created as a result of natural and cultural factors, which is characterized by a specific structure, regional individuality and a specific physiognomy.

 

The texts published in the journal should refer to the following features characterizing the landscape as:

 

  • a piece of space that can be presented on the map or in the form of a model (2D and 3D);

  • terrain physiognomy, which can be presented in a drawing, photo or in the form of 3D visualization;

  • a dynamic system, with a method of functioning dependent on a set of its components, links between them and the type of dominant processes;

  • an evolutionary system subjected to transformation and metamorphosis with a legible and repetitive history, based on the analysis of cultural stratifications (the so-called stratigraphy and landscape biography) as well as the analysis of time-varying landscape-forming factors (including geological and geomorphological determinants, climatic conditions) -hydrochloric, botanical-soil, historical-cultural, including religious, socio-economic, political, administrative-legal, biopsychic and demographic, technological, etc.)

 

The texts published here should refer to the landscape as a subject of research in the following aspects:

 

  • landscape as a set of physical objects (aggregation of abiotic, biotic and anthropogenic subsystems), with a specific content (ie physical composition, chemical biological) and form (sculpture and texture, and in the case of anthropogenic elements - also with a specific composition);

  • landscape as a system of related processes (ecological, geomorphological, hydrological, social, economic, and others) that integrate physical objects;

  • landscape as a set of stimuli, affecting the different senses of the recipient, in particular a set of views and panoramas with specific aesthetic values;

  • landscape as a collection of natural, social, economic, material, spiritual, historical, physiognomic, aesthetic, symbolic and other values ​​(potentials);

  • a system that provides real and potential services (benefits) for different groups of users.

 

 

The editors guarantee a relatively fast process of publication of the article (the waiting time for the publication of a manuscript is 2-4 months)

 

The electronic version (e-ISSN: 2391-5293) of the magazine is its reference. Articles, published in Dissertations of Cultural Landscape Commission, are made available for educational purposes in electronic form on the Web page magazine in the formula Open Access, licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.

 

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