Strategies for enhancing landscape architecture research

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This paper proposes strategies to develop landscape architecture research. Academics and practitioners are increasingly recognising how professional practice and education benefit from fundamental and applied research. Universities, at least in some countries, have also been stressing the need for doing high quality research and for publishing results in international peer reviewed journals. Setting standards and developing a common body of knowledge are necessary conditions for improving the quality of study programmes and for establishing the field at large. From this perspective PhD programmes in particular call for attention (3rd Bologna Cycle). ...
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationECLAS 2011 Abstracts
EditorsC. Dee, K. Gill, A. Jorgensen
Place of PublicationSheffield
PublisherUniversity of Sheffield
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventEthisc/Aesthetics ECLAS 2011 -
Duration: 7 Sep 201110 Sep 2011


ConferenceEthisc/Aesthetics ECLAS 2011

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    van den Brink, A., & Bruns, D. (2011). Strategies for enhancing landscape architecture research. In C. Dee, K. Gill, & A. Jorgensen (Eds.), ECLAS 2011 Abstracts (pp. 269-270). University of Sheffield.