https://ijcua.com/index.php/ijcua/issue/feed Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs 2020-09-08T09:25:52+00:00 Hourakhsh Ahmad Nia editor@ijcua.com Open Journal Systems <h2><strong>Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs</strong></h2> <p><strong>Main Title</strong></p> <p>Journal Of Contemporary Urban Affairs</p> <p><strong>Serial key title</strong></p> <p>Journal Of Contemporary Urban Affairs</p> <p><strong>Abbreviation:</strong> JCUA</p> <p><strong>Previously called:</strong></p> <p> - Contemporary urban affairs</p> <p> -Contemporary Urban Affairs (JCUA)</p> <p> - International journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs</p> <p>All the previously called titles of the journal are with the same online ISSN and printed ISSN numbers. For more info in this regard, please see <a href="https://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/search?searchCode=LCCN&amp;searchArg=2016209774&amp;searchType=1&amp;permalink=y">Library of Congress</a></p> <p><strong>Serial type:</strong> Journal</p> <p><strong>Publisher:</strong> Alanya Hamdullah Emin Paşa Üniversitesi, <a href="https://www.alanyahep.edu.tr/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://www.alanyahep.edu.tr/</a></p> <p><strong>Publisher History:</strong></p> <p>Since December 2019-continus: Alanya, Turkey: Alanya Hamdullah Emin Paşa Üniversitesi</p> <p>From June 2017 until June 2019: Mersin, Turkey: Anglo-American Publications LLC</p> <p><strong>Licensing History:</strong></p> <p>From January 2017 till 17 May 2020 we were using Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/">CC-BY-NC-ND </a>@Journal of Contemporary Urban Affairs</p> <p> </p> <p>Since 18 May 2020 we are using Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/">CC BY </a>@Authors</p> <p><strong>Format:</strong> Print and Electronic version / ISSN <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2475-6156">2475-6156</a> (print) ISSN <a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2475-6156">2475-6164</a> (online)</p> <p> <strong>Web site: </strong><a href="https://www.ijcua.com/index.php/ijcua">https://www.ijcua.com/index.php/ijcua</a></p> <p><strong>Editor:</strong> Dr. Hourakhsh A. Nia (Editor-in-Chief)</p> <p><strong>Frequency:</strong> 2 issues per year (June and December)</p> <p><strong>Start year:</strong> 2017</p> <p><strong>The DOI prefix</strong> allotted for JCUA is 10.25034</p> <p><strong>Content type:</strong> Academic/Scholarly</p> <p><strong>Language:</strong> English</p> <p><strong>Key features:</strong> Abstracted and Indexed, Refereed, Double-Blind Peer Review.</p> <p><strong>Status:</strong> Active</p> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> Conflict and divided territories, Emerging cities, urban ecology, morphology, Infra Habitation , Slums , Affordable houses, Gated communities, Revitalization, regeneration and urban renewal, Housing studies livability, quality of life , New urbanism, Rapid urbanization, Urban sprawl.</p> <p> </p> https://ijcua.com/index.php/ijcua/article/view/209 hj 2020-07-20T11:30:32+00:00 Hourakhsh Ahmad Nia hourakhshahmadnia@gau.edu.tr <p>jh</p> Copyright (c) https://ijcua.com/index.php/ijcua/article/view/207 Model Cities for Resilience: Climate-led Initiatives 2020-06-28T20:51:10+00:00 Didem Yilmaz didem.yilmaz@btu.edu.tr <p><em>Paris Agreement of December 2015 was the last official initiative led by the United Nations (UN) as the driver of climate change mitigation. Climate change was hence linked with an increase in the occurrence of natural hazards. A variety of initiatives were consequently adopted under different themes such as sustainable cities, climate-friendly development and low-carbon cities. However, most of the initiatives targeted by global cities with urban areas being the focus in terms of taking action against global warming issues. This is due to the structural and environmental features of cities characterized by being populated, as such, they not only generate a large number of carbon emissions but also happens to be the biggest consumer of natural resources. In turn, they create a microclimate, which contributes to climate change. Masdar City, for example, was designed as the first fully sustainable urban area, which replaced fuel-based energy with the electric-based energy. China, as another example, introduced the Sponge Cities action, a method of urban water management to mitigate against flooding. Consequently, architects and urban planners are urged to conform to the proposals that would mitigate global warming. This paper, as a result, examines some of the models that have been internationally adopted and thereafter provide the recommendations that can be implemented in large urban areas in Turkey, primarily in Istanbul.</em></p> 2020-09-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Dr. Didem Gunes Yilmaz