From issue 1/2021, in addition to abstracts in English and the language of the authors or the country where the research was conducted,
Highlights will be presented at the beginning of each article in order to make it easier for readers to find their way around the article.
Highlights are a short collection of bullet points that convey the core findings and provide readers with a quick textual overview of the article.
These three to five bullet points (maximum 80 symbols each) describe the essence of the research (e.g. results or conclusions)
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EUROPEN COUNTRYSIDE is indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) of Web of Science since the number 1/2015.
EUROPEAN COUNTRYSIDE is indexed in SCOPUS. Papers published in 2012 and later were included.
The SCOPUS cite score for 2020 is 2.1
Together 329 papers have been published in European Countryside till this time. They have been quoted:
964 times in Web of Knowledge (2.9 per a paper)
1,019 times in SCOPUS (3.7 per a paper; it concerns 262 papers since 2012)
2,628 times in Google Scholar (8.0 per a paper)
by April 1, 2021
The number 1 of the 13th volume of European Countryside was just released on:
It contains following papers:
Making Landscapes of (Be)Longing. Territorialization in the Context of the Eu Development Program Leader in North Rhine-Westphalia
Ann Grubbström, Sofie Joosse
New Entrants in Agriculture – The Case of Young Immigrant Farmers in Sweden
Enikö Varga, Zoltán Baracskai
Mindset Patterns of Newcomers to Organic Farming in Hungary
Jarosław Greser, Ryszard Kamiński, Piotr Klatta, Wojciech Knieć, Jonatan Martinez-Perez, Anna Sitek, Anthony Wagstaff
Knowledge Transfer, Knowledge Acquisition and Qualifications in the Context of Rural Development in Poland
Transformative Social Innovation in Rural Areas: Insights from a Rural Development Initiative in the Portuguese Region of Baixo Alentejo
Tibor Gonda, Kinga Angler, László Csóka
The Role of Local Products in Tourism
Katalin Lörincz, Annamária Sasné Grósz, János Csapó
Evaluation of Quality of Life and Living Space in the Balaton Destination (Hungary) Based on the Perceptions of the Local Residents and the Owners of Second Homes
Barbara Kostanjšek, Naja Marot
The Current Challenges and Future Alternatives of Supplying Remote Areas with Basic Goods: The Case Study of Idrijsko-Cerkljansko Region, Slovenia
Agata Ćwik, Hanna Hrehorowicz-Gaber
Causes and Effects of Spatial Chaos in the Polish Carpathians – A Difficult Way to Sustainable Development
Work Demands, Independence, Valuation as a Farmer, and Mental Health in Farming. A Study of Mental Health Among Dairy Farmers and Vegetable- And Potato Farmers in Norway
Stephen K. Wegren
Prospects for Sustainable Agriculture in Russia
The Regional Development of the Rural Areas in Bulgaria and the Support of the European Union