Journal of Planning Literature: Incorporating The CPL Bibliographies
Publisher: SAGE Publications
The Journal of Planning Literature publishes review articles and abstracts
of recent literature in city and regional planning and design. Each issue
contains one to three refereed literature reviews; one to three Council of
Planning Librarians Bibliographies; several hundred abstracts of books,
journal articles, and dissertations; and several hundred bibliographic
listings. JPL aims to give the reader an understanding of the state of
knowledge of the field for use in research or professional practice.
New features have been added to JPL to provide even more information to
researchers, professionals and collection development specialists:
* Abstracts of PhD dissertations in Planning;
* Listing of books by subject code;
* Core Collections section has experts list the best book and journal
articles in their specialties.
* Literature reviews which provide excellent up-to-date reviews of new
developments throughout the field of city and regional planning and design;
* Comprehensive source list which gives a complete delineation of resources
in the field;
* Abstracts, listings of articles, and annotated bibliographies provide
excellent resources for teaching, research, or practice and make it easy to
find what you need.
Practitioners can use JPL to learn what others are doing, how they are doing
it, and to discover new directions for practice. The combination of refereed
articles, abstracts, title listings, and CPL bibliographies make JPL the
perfect tool for scholars, students, practitioners and architecture and
Jack L. Nasar, Editor
Journal of Planning Literature
City and Regional Planning
The Ohio State University
190 West 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
Content available by subscription.
Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.
Current Issue: November 1 2004, Volume 19, No. 2
Date: 10 Jan. 2005