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European Journal of Geography

The publication of the European Journal of Geography (EJG) is based on the European Association of Geographers goal to make European Geography a worldwide reference and standard. Thus, the scope of the EJG is to publish original and innovative papers that will substantially improve, in a theoretical, conceptual or empirical way the quality of research, learning, teaching and applying geography, as well as in promoting the significance of geography as a discipline. Submissions are encouraged to have a European dimension.
 
The European Journal of Geography is a peer-reviewed open access journal. Articles and book reviews are published under free licenses, and anyone is allowed to read, download, copy, and distribute them.
 
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A fine journal with excellent and widely cited papers on European geography
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ISSN 1792-1341
 
 
The European Journal of Geography is published by EUROGEO - the European Association of Geographers (www.eurogeography.eu).

 

 
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Language awareness in Geography education, an analysis of the potential of bilingual Geography education for teaching Geography to Language learners - Michael Morawski, Alexandra Budke
Learning Geography with underground maps - Juan Antonio Garcia Gonzalez
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Active sport tourism in Poland, environmental conditions - Rajmund Tomik, Gerard Kosmala, Agnieszka Ardenska
Spatial analysis of tourist activities and services in the historic city, the cases of Malaga and Plymouth - Daniel Barrera Fernandez, Marco Hernandez Escampa
The city from complex system theories. An approach to the study of Malaga urban area - Carlota Angela Escudero Gallegos
Volume 8, No 1, 2017