2020年第4期   DOI:10.19830/j.upi.2018.107
国外城市研究期刊近年研究热点及趋势(2010—2017 年) —— 基于Citespace 的计量研究
Research on Hotspots and Trends of Urban Studies from Foreign Journals (2010-2017): A Quantitative Study Based on Citespace

陈玉洁 李紫晴 丁凯丽 袁媛

Chen Yujie, Li Ziqing, Ding Kaili, Yuan Yuan

关键词:城市研究;研究综述;Citespace 软件;可视化分析;学术期刊

Keywords:Urban Studies; Research Review; CiteSpace; Visualized Analysis ; Academic Journal


新型城镇化背景下,国外城市研究学术期刊的理论和实践等内容是我国城市研究的重要借鉴来源。基于Citespace 软件,本文对城市研究领域的四种期刊——《城市》《城市研究》《国际人居》和《国际城市与区域研究》进行可视化分析,从发文时间分布、载文数量、研究热点、研究趋势、研究内容等方面梳理了2010—2017 年间城市研究领域的文献。从全球化背景下的经济研究,人文主义的社会问题研究,管理、制度和法规,城市更新和绅士化,微观视角下的邻里和社区研究,与其他学科的交叉研究等六方面综述了主要内容,以期对中国的城市研究和实践提供借鉴。


Under the background of new urbanization, urban theories and practices of foreign academic journals have been important sources of Chinese counterparts. This paper makes statistical and visualized analysis on journals of Cities, Urban Studies, Habitat International, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research from 2010 to 2017, displaying in the following aspects: time distribution of papers, numbers of papers, research focuses, research trends, research contents, and so on. Then this paper classifies the research contents into six parts, including “the economic research under the background of globalization” “social space research from the perspective of humanism”“governance, institution and policy” “urban regeneration and gentrification”“neighborhood and community research from micro-perspective” and “integration research with other disciplines”. It is expected to provide instructions and references to Chinese urban research and practices.







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