Cultural Landscape Insights

ISSN(Online): 2995-6129

Cultural Landscape Insights is a multidisciplinary journal that explores and understands the complex interplay between culture, organization, society, and physical environments. This journal provides a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to delve into the rich tapestry of cultural expressions, traditions, and their dynamic relationship with the landscapes they inhabit.

Journal overview

  • Aims and scope


    Cultural Landscape Insights is a multidisciplinary journal that explores and understands the complex interplay between culture, organization, society, and physical environments. This journal provides a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to delve into the rich tapestry of cultural expressions, traditions, and their dynamic relationship with the landscapes they inhabit.


    Cultural Landscape Insights welcomes original research articles, reviews, theoretical contributions, case studies, and critical analyses that shed light on the multifaceted dimensions of culture and its implications. Our scope encompasses a wide range of topics within the realm of culture, including but not limited to:

    1. Cultural Dynamics:

    Analyses of how cultural values, norms, and beliefs shape interactions, communication, and decision-making within organizations.

    2. Culture Change and Transformation:

    Investigate strategies for initiating and managing cultural change, aligning with organizational goals, and overcoming resistance.

    3. Ethical and Values-Based Culture:

    Research on cultivating ethical climates, promoting ethical behavior, and aligning organizational values with employee actions.

    4. Organizational Cultures within Cultural Contexts:

    Analyzing the intersection of organizational behavior and culture within the broader framework of cultural landscapes.

    5. Cultural Heritage and Preservation:

    Examining the preservation, interpretation, and management of cultural heritage sites and practices within diverse landscapes.

    6. Societal Impact on Landscapes:

    Investigating how human societies influence and are influenced by their environments' physical and cultural features.

    7. Cultural Landscapes in Urban Contexts:

    Exploring the role of cultural elements in shaping urban environments and the reciprocal impact of urbanization on cultural expressions.

  • Editorial Policies

    Guinness Press adheres to a strong ethical foundation in scholarly publishing. Our commitment to ethical practices ensures the integrity of the publishing process. Our journals are dedicated to maintaining high standards of ethical behavior by authors, reviewers, and editors. Our editorial staff is well-trained to identify and address ethical concerns effectively.

    Our editorial office diligently investigates ethical matters our readers raise in line with established procedures. The Editorial Board is responsible for addressing disputes related to the validity of research reported in published papers. In cases involving authorship disputes, data ownership, or author misconduct, we may engage external organizations, such as university ethics committees, for resolution. Authors are expected to respond to substantiated allegations as needed.

    Publication Ethics

    We uphold the highest ethical standards in publishing. Plagiarism, data fabrication, and falsification are strictly prohibited. Authors are required to submit original work, cite sources appropriately, and adhere to ethical guidelines.

    Authorship and Acknowledgments

    Authors should have contributed significantly to the research presented. All contributors should be acknowledged appropriately. Any potential conflicts of interest should be disclosed.

    Copyright and Licensing

    Authors retain the copyright of their work and grant us a license to publish. We publish under open-access licenses to ensure broad dissemination of knowledge while respecting author rights.

    Open Access Policy

    We support open-access publishing to make research freely accessible. Authors may choose open-access options, ensuring their work reaches a wider audience.

    Data Sharing and Transparency

    We encourage authors to share data and materials supporting their findings. Transparent reporting enhances reproducibility and credibility.

    Corrections and Retractions

    We are committed to rectifying errors promptly. Corrections and retractions will be issued as necessary.

    Conflicts of Interest

    Authors, reviewers, and editors must disclose any conflicts of interest that may compromise objectivity. Transparency is essential to maintain the integrity of the review process.

    Appeals and Disputes

    Authors have the right to appeal editorial decisions. Disputes are handled objectively and transparently, following established procedures.

    Privacy and Confidentiality

    We respect the privacy of authors, reviewers, and readers. Personal information is treated confidentially and used only for journal-related purposes.

    Editorial Independence

    Editors make decisions based on academic merit without influence from advertisers, funders, or other parties. Decisions are transparent and impartial.

    Diversity and Inclusion

    We are committed to diversity and inclusivity. We welcome submissions from all researchers, regardless of background, and ensure fair and unbiased treatment.

    Reviewer Guidelines

    Reviewers must provide constructive, unbiased, and timely feedback. Confidentiality of manuscripts and reviewer identities is maintained.

    Appeals and Complaints

    Authors and stakeholders may raise concerns through a formal appeals or complaints process. These concerns will be addressed promptly and objectively.

    We value feedback from authors, reviewers, and readers. We are committed to ongoing improvements in our processes and the excellence of our publications.

    These editorial policies ensure a transparent, ethical, and high-quality publication process. Authors, reviewers, and readers must familiarize themselves with these policies to ensure a smooth and ethical publishing experience.

  • Editorial Board

    Ilaria Boncori –
    University of Essex, UK
    Kristin Williams – University of Eastern Finland, Finland and Dalhousie University, Canada

    Associate Editors
    Malgorzata (Gosia) CiesielskaNewcastle Business School, UK
    Daniel EricssonLinnæus University, Sweden
    Rima HusseinNorthumbria University, UK
    Tyron Love – University of Canterbury, New Zealand
    Jean-Luc Moriceau – Institut Mines-Telecom, France
    Saoirse O’Shea – Open University, UK
    Victoria PaganNewcastle University, UK
    Christina SchwabenlandUniversity of Bedfordshire, UK
    Charlie SmithUniversity of Leicester, UK

    Editorial Board
    Iiris Aaltio – Turku School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland
    John Armitage – Winchester School of Art – University of Southampton, UK
    Bobby Banerjee – Cass Business School, London
    Jo BrewisDepartment of People and Organizations, Open University Business School, Walton Hall, UK
    Peter Case – University of the West of England, UK
    Andrew Chan – City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    Stewart Clegg – University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia
    Barbara CzarniawskaGothenburg University, Sweden
    Christian De Cock Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
    Vincent DegotEcole Polytechnique, France
    Patricia A.L. Ehrensal George Washington University, USA
    Mike Featherstone – Nottingham Trent University, UK
    John ForesterCornell University, USA
    Silvia GherardiUniversità di Trento, Italy
    Pierre Guillet de MonthouxStockholm University, Sweden
    Michael Owen JonesUCLA, USA
    Nina KivinenÅbo Akademi University, Finland
    Monika Kostera – The Jagiellonian University, Poland and Södertörn University, Sweden
    Thomas Taro LennerforsUppsala University, Sweden
    Hugo Letiche – University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands
    Simon Lilley University of Leicester, UK
    Stephen Linstead University of York, UK
    Damian O’DohertyUniversity of Manchester, UK
    Yvon Pesqueux Conservatoire National des Art et Métier, France
    Alf RehnÅbo Akademi University, Finland
    Ann Rippin – University of Bristol, UK
    Annette Risberg – Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
    Dan RoseUniversity of Pennsylvania, USA
    Richard Rottenburg – University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
    Brian Rusted – University of Calgary, Canada
    Helen Schwartzman – Northwestern University, USA
    David SilvermanUniversity of London, UK
    Dorothy E. Smith – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Canada
    Antonio StratiUniversità degli Studi di Trento, Italy
    John Van MaanenMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    Robert Westwood University of Queensland, Australia
    Julie Wolfram Cox Monash University, Australia
    Steve WoolgarUniversity of Oxford, UK

    Editorial Office

  • Author`s Guidelines

    Please read and follow these author guidelines carefully to ensure the submission process is as smooth as possible.

    Manuscript Types Accepted

    We accept various types of manuscripts, including:

    Research Articles : Original research contributions.

    Review Articles : Comprehensive reviews of specific topics.

    Short Communications : Concise research findings.

    Case Studies : In-depth analyses of specific cases.

    Editorials : Invited commentaries from experts.

    Letters to the Editor: Short, focused contributions.

    Book Reviews : Reviews of recent publications in the field.

    Manuscript Preparation

    Formatting : Prepare your manuscript according to our journal's specific formatting guidelines.

    Language : Manuscripts should be written 'English' and conform to proper grammar and style.

    Title:Choose a clear, concise, and informative title that accurately represents the content of your paper.

    Abstract : Include an abstract summarizing the objectives, methodology, results, and conclusions of your research.

    Keywords : Provide a list of relevant keywords that capture the essence of your work.

    Citations and References:Follow a recognized citation style (e.g., APA, MLA) for in-text citations and the References section.

    Submission Process

    Online Submission : Submit your manuscript through our email address

    Cover Letter : Include a cover letter with your submission, briefly outlining the significance and originality of your work.

    Peer Review : All submissions undergo a rigorous peer-review process. Please be prepared to respond to reviewer comments and make necessary revisions.

    Publication Ethics

    Originality : Ensure your work is original and has not been published elsewhere.

    Authorship : Clearly list all authors who have contributed substantially to the research.

    Plagiarism : Avoid plagiarism by properly citing and referencing sources.

    Copyright and Licensing

    Authors retain the copyright to their work but are required to grant 'Guinness Press' a license to publish and distribute their work.

    Publication Fees

    Guinness Press may charge publication fees for production, editing, and distribution costs. These fees, if applicable, will be communicated upon acceptance.

    Open Access

    Guinness Press supports open-access publishing.

    After Acceptance

    Proofreading : Authors will receive galley proofs for final proofreading and corrections.

    Publication : Once published, your work will be available on our website and, if applicable, in print.

    Contact Information

    For inquiries or assistance, please contact our editorial office at We are here to help you throughout the publication process.

  • Role Of EIC

    The Editor-in-Chief (EiC) is the leading role of the journal and makes major decisions for developing and promoting the journal. The EiC has considerable knowledge and expertise about the editorial activities of the journal, and is greatly involved in all key procedures of publication.

    Ensuring Scholarly Excellence

    The EiC is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the journal's scholarly reputation by ensuring that all published articles meet the highest standards of quality, accuracy, and academic rigor.

    Editorial Policy Development

    The EiC plays a pivotal role in the development and continuous refinement of the journal's editorial policies, including ethical guidelines, author guidelines, and peer review processes.

    Engaging with the Research Community

    The EiC should actively engage with the broader academic and research community, attending conferences, workshops, and events to promote the journal, attract submissions, and stay updated with emerging trends.

    Stakeholder Communication

    The EiC should facilitate effective communication between the editorial team, authors, reviewers, and readers to ensure transparent and efficient editorial processes.

    Conflict Resolution

    In situations where conflicts or disputes arise, the EiC should serve as a mediator to find amicable solutions that uphold the journal's integrity and reputation.

    Editorial Innovation

    Encouraging innovative approaches to publishing, such as multimedia content, interactive elements, and data visualization, can help enhance the journal's appeal and reach.

    Mentoring and Development

    The EiC can play a mentoring role for junior members of the editorial team, providing guidance, support, and opportunities for their professional growth.

    Building Collaborations

    The EiC can actively seek collaborations with institutions, organizations to foster knowledge exchange and cross-disciplinary research.

    Suggests/Contributes Special and Themed Issues or Articles:

    The Editor-in-Chief initiates and contributes to special issues, enhancing the journal's impact through curated topics and insightful articles that enrich the scholarly discourse.

  • Role Of EBM

    The Editorial board is a panel of researchers with expertise in the relevant field. They are appointed by the publishers in consent with the Editor-in-Chief of the journal. Editorial board members are involved in:

    Expert Peer Review:

    Editorial Board Members diligently conduct rigorous peer reviews of submitted manuscripts, ensuring adherence to the journal's policies and scope. Their critical evaluations contribute to maintaining the scholarly excellence and credibility of the published content.

    Curating Cutting-Edge Themes:

    Editorial Board Members take the lead in curating compelling theme issues and hot topics that align with the journal's focus. By identifying trending subjects, they drive the exploration of new frontiers in research, fostering thought-provoking discussions among contributors and readers.

    Engaging Authors and Contributing Expertise:

    Editorial Board Members actively engage with the scholarly community by extending invitations to potential authors to submit their research. Additionally, they lead by example by contributing their own valuable insights through authored articles, enriching the journal's content with their expertise.

    Expert Review Facilitation:

    Editorial Board Members play a key role in identifying suitable peer reviewers with specialized knowledge in specific topics. Additionally, they offer valuable second opinions on papers when needed, ensuring thorough and comprehensive evaluations that uphold the journal's rigorous review standards.

    Advocacy and Promotion:

    Editorial Board Members actively champion the journal's visibility by promoting it among authors, readers, and subscribers. They also inspire their colleagues to contribute their research, thereby fostering a vibrant scholarly community that collectively advances the journal's impact and reach.

    Strengthening Editorial Expertise:

    Editorial Board Members contribute to the growth of the journal by identifying and suggesting accomplished scholars and experts as potential board members. Their recommendations enhance the journal's editorial team with diverse perspectives and expertise, enriching the overall quality of the publication.

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