The Journal of Space and Communication is the unique peer reviewed journal approaching the promotion of mutual understanding and collaborative endeavors between the relationship space and retrospective memory as a new approach to communication research. This multidisciplinary journal invites scholars from relevant disciplines including psychology, communication, architecture, anthropology, economics, sociology, political science and all areas of communication research.
Aims and Scope
This journal places great importance on understanding communication processes within transdisciplinary analyses and the place between people and every aspect of relationship such as dialog in societal and cultural entities, prior experiences and preexisting attitudes. Further it aims to discuss interactive, reflective practices, mental or communicative practices in “Spatial Perception” according to the forms of space and identity, behavior, beliefs, or perceptions as well. IJSC is designed to investigate the interdisciplinarity of these disciplines by covering a variety of ways in reading, re-reading and designing spaces which represent architecture, urban places and landscapes and the social dimensions of the built environment through communication studies.
It is also important that by basing on theoretical and practical techniques, solutions can be found to the problems that may emerge during the process of creating dialogue and the process of identifying the different approaches of the between research experts (universities, research and technology centers) and professionals (architecture, anthropology, design, environmental design, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, sociology, town and regional planning) and towards each other.