The Journal Of Contemporary Urban Affairs is dedicated to discuss contemporary urban affairs by focusing on conflict and divided territories, emerging cities, urban ecology, infra habitation, slums, affordable houses, gated communities, revitalization, new urbanism, and rapid urbanization as main scopes to be consider in this journal. Most recently, the editorial board of the journal added “Pandemic and Urban Public Spaces” as another scope of study to be considered for publication in this journal.

Editorial board of the journal believes that this platform will help scholars easily track the hottest debate of the year and even the decade by just referring to the previously published articles of the journal. Contributions are welcome from across the full range of social science disciplines and are expected to advance empirical and theoretical knowledge of contemporary urban affairs by considering the main scopes of the journal both from positive and normative perspectives.

Highest priority is given to research reports that are specifically written for a multidisciplinary audience. The audience are primarily researchers in urban studies and its associated fields, urban designers, architects education researchers, psychologists, philosophers, urban planners and landscape designers. The journal is specializes in extensive articles that have a major impact on urban planning and provide new empirical and theoretical advances.

Note: The journal consistently publishes articles that are scientifically sound and relevant to an international academic or professional audience in this field.



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