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Volume 92, Issue 2

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Table of contents



A. K. Dembicka-Niemiec
Changes in the city space against the background of the sustainable development concept: The case of Opole
ss.: 193-216, DOI:

S. M. Koziarski
Population potential of the cities and the network of highways and expressways in Poland
ss.: 217-256, DOI:

R. Wróbel
Changes in the spatial structure of the landscape in the area of the Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park from the 19th to the 21st Century
ss.: 257-278, DOI:

P. Motek
Tax mimicking: the impact of neighboring municipalities on agricultural tax rates in wielkopolskie voivodeship
ss.: 279-296, DOI:

D. Sikorski, P. Tomczak, A. Latocha, R. Szmytkie, P. Miodońska, K. Kajdanek
From an agrarian to amultifunctional economy, functional changes in rural areas and villages on the example of Kłodzko poviat
ss.: 297–324, DOI:

P. Śleszyński
Syntethic indicator of the quality of life in Polish communes at the beginning of the third decade of the 21st Century
ss. 325–352, DOI:

M. Męczyński
Factors and conditions for the development of the creative class in European cities: the example of Birmingham, Leipzig, and Poznań
ss. 353-375, DOI:

A. Massel, A. Soczówka
Passenger express trains in Poland – development and evolution after the Second World War
ss. 377-403, DOI:

C. Mądry
The regional dimension of industrialization and deindustrialization. The case study of Georgia
ss. 405-444, DOI:


Spotkania z Profesorem Stefanem Żyndą – J. Kijowska, K. Fagiewicz
ss. 445-452

Volume 92, Issue 1

Volume 92, Issue 1

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A. G. Druzhinin, I. A. Dets
Problems and prospects of Siberian inland territories’ development in the context of Russian marine economic activity
ss.: 5-24, DOI:

J. Kaczmarek-Khubnaia
Social exclusion in Georgia and its impact on socioeconomic development of the country and its regions
ss.: 25–47, DOI:

M. Adamiak
Deep learning in the geographical space remote sensing interpretation – review of selected issues
ss.: 49–72, DOI:

J. Hauke
Statistical methods in socio-economic geography: a historical outline as well as limitations and advantages of their use in the digital age
ss.: 73–93, DOI:

R. Bul
The influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on the catchment area of Poznań-Ławica airport
ss.: 95–120, DOI:

M. Smolarski, M. Suszczewicz
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the operation of regional rail transport in border areas – on the example of Lower Silesia (PL) and Liberec Region (CZ)
ss. 121–140, DOI:

V. Pantyley, G. Kisla, M. Butrym
Students in East-Central Europe: symmetry or assymetry of life goals? A study of Poland and Ukraine
ss. 141–157, DOI:


P. Śleszyński, K. Czapiewski (red.),  Atlas WyszehradzkiA. Jach-Chrząszcz
ss. 159-162


Wiktor Osuch (1969-2021): Nasz Przyjaciel i WspółpracownikD. Piróg, A. Świętek
ss. 163-167

Dr Jędrzej Gadziński (1985-2020)P. Ciesiółka
ss. 168-171

Sprawozdanie z 62. Zjazdu Polskiego Towarzystwa GeograficznegoM. Helt
ss. 172-176

Warsztaty Geograficzne “Zróżnicowanie przyrodnicze, społeczno-ekonomiczne i kulturowe Gruzji” 5–19.07.2021L. Andrzejewski, K. Skolasińska
ss. 177-185

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Volume 91, Issue 1-2


P. Śleszyński
The regularity of spatial diffusion of recorded SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infections of the epidemic in Poland in the first 100 days
pp.: 5-20

K. Heffner, B. Solga
The emigration region concept from the perspective of migration experiences of the Opolskie Voivodeship
pp. 21-36

P. Śleszyński
The concept of a new migration attractiveness indicator and its application
pp. 37-58

M. Mazur, M. Bednarek-Szczepańska, J. Bański, D. Mazurek
A methodological trial valuation of natural and landscape-related assets for tourism development in Poland’s rural areas, as set against their tourist movement
pp. 59-86

D. Syrek
Multisensorism of the landscape of the Tatra National Park – a case study of Wodogrzmoty Mickiewicza
pp. 87-112

M. Ryszawa
Misteri d’Elx or the Assump tion of the Blessed Virgin Mary as a tourist product of Elche
pp. 113-126

K. Podhorodecka
Conditions for the development of tourism in Solomon Islands in 1995–2017
pp. 127-142

T. Podciborski, A. Zienkiewicz
A method of assessing tourist attractiveness historical objects
pp. 143-158

W. Jagodziński
Institutions and the spatial organization of the economy. Methodological perspective
pp. 159-182

W. Dragan, R. Szmytkie
Disintegration paths of the Katowice conurbation cities
pp. 183-206

K. Kożuchowski
Circulatory factors of the climate in Poland II: westerlies
pp. 207-234

K. Nieścioruk, M. Sosik
Using GIS tools in conducting and analysis of nature education in protected valuable nature areas
pp. 235-248

A. Giampiccoli, M. Mnguni, A. Dłużewska
Local food, community-based tourism and well-being: connecting tourists and hosts
pp. 249-268

A. Giampiccoli, O. Mtapuri
Further stages of the Investment Redistributive Incentive Model (IRIM) in tourism: towards mainstreaming community-based tourism
pp. 269-284

A. Dłużewska, A. Tuohino, F. Correia
Cultural ecosystem services and wellbeing policies for tourism – transnational and national challenges and opportunities
pp. 285-306


K. Kuciński
A Self-review of the jubilee book dedicated to Professor Kazimierz Kuciński: The trails of the economic geography. Space-Institutions-Methodology
ss. 307-314

F. Plit
The speech should be like a kiss
ss. 315-319

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Volume 90, Issue 1


Table of contents


G. Iwanicki, A. Dłużewska A.
Selected aspects of European city break travel
pp. 5-17

G. Iwanicki
International dark sky communities as an example of dark-sky landscape conservation on urban areas
pp. 18-40

K. Michalczuk-Ouerghi, A. Dłużewska
Islamic terrorism and tourism – an attempt to assess the premises and consequences
pp. 41-59

K. Michalczuk-Ouerghi
The influence of national stereotypes on the choice of tourist destination – case of Tunisia
pp. 60-74

E. Błaszczak
School and children`s youth rest in geographical approach – on the example of Lesser Poland voivodeship
pp. 75-87

A. Gonia, Z. Podgórski
Assessment of tourist function development in communes of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodeship
pp. 88-104

H. Michniewicz-Ankiersztajn, I. Józefowicz
Bydgoszcz Canal and its potential in creating sustainable and ecotourism products – the example of urban greenway
pp. 105-122

M. Kozłowska-Adamczak
The process of shaping tourist facilities development in peripheral areas in the context of leisure tourism. Case study of the Krajna Region (Poland)
pp. 123-147

J. Walenciuk
Implementation of the concept cultural ecosystem services in tourism studies in the lake area
pp. 148-159

J. Szczęsna, J. Rodzoś
School tourism in the city – current condition and needs
pp. 160-172

M. Wesołowska
Local resources in rural areas of the eastern part of Lubelskie voivodeship in the context of tourism development
pp. 173-191

J. Rodzoś, J. Szczęsna
Tourism in the world of consumption
pp. 192-205

W. Kamińska, M. Mularczyk
Defining agritourism – theorists versus polish academic youth
pp. 206-224


Międzynarodowa konferencja naukowa RSA CEE 2019 w Lublinie – A. Jakubowski
pp. 225-227

Obchody 50-lecia Uniwersytetu Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy z punktu widzenia działalności Instytutu Geografii – M. Kozłowska-Adamczak
pp. 228-236

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