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An international, scholarly journal which advances theory, research and practice in urban design.This journal specializes in urban aesthetics and townscape; urban structure and form; sustainable development; urban history, preservation and conservation; urban regeneration; local and regional identity; design control and guidance; property development; practice and implementation.
International journal focused on theory and analyzes developments in the housing field.
The research has an interdisciplinary approach and are drawn from many different disciplines including, political science, urban studies, history, social administration, sociology, geography, law, planning and economics.
This journal has scholarly articles on various aspects of the history of Southern California, California as a whole, and the American West and its borderlands. Topics include racial justice, culture and society, the natural and built environments, politics, education and other subjects, from the Native American era to the present.
This journal has articles on the interrelationships between people and their surroundings (including built, social, natural and virtual environments, the use and abuse of nature and natural resources, and sustainability-related behavior).
"Interdisciplinary approach to urban planning, landscape and environmental design as an effective form of the governance - sustainable and eco-efficient - of processes for the protection, enhancement and development of urban contexts."