A sense of Plaice? Visitor maps, heritage and place branding in the coastal towns of the Transmanche region

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Vujakovic, P. and Kent, A. 2014. A sense of Plaice? Visitor maps, heritage and place branding in the coastal towns of the Transmanche region.
AuthorsVujakovic, P. and Kent, A.
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Year2014
ConferenceSeascapes: The Cultural Lives of Seaside Towns
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Vujakovic, P. 2013. Touching the Phoenix trees: life-long learning, long-life learning and phytobiography.
A sideways glance: media map design and public understanding of global issues
Vujakovic, P. 2013. A sideways glance: media map design and public understanding of global issues.
Kent’s Phoenix trees: survivors of the Great Storm
Vujakovic, P. 2013. Kent’s Phoenix trees: survivors of the Great Storm.
Inside out and upside down (Learning, Teaching and Research strand)
Vujakovic, P. and Kemp, N. 2014. Inside out and upside down (Learning, Teaching and Research strand). 18th Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges Annual Conference. Nottingham Trent University
Cultures of cartography: towards a new research agenda
Kent, A., Vujakovic, P. and McLean, K. 2014. Cultures of cartography: towards a new research agenda. ’Capture, Create, and Communicate’, British Cartographic Society, Annual Symposium. Winchester 24 - 26 Jun 2014
A sense of plaice: The cartographic branding of English and French coastal towns in the Transmanche Region
Kent, A. and Vujakovic, P. 2014. A sense of plaice: The cartographic branding of English and French coastal towns in the Transmanche Region.
Walking the walls: the importance of wall plants as part of a developing ‘sense of place’ narrative for the Canterbury UNESCO World Heritage Site
Vujakovic, P. and Powley, D. 2014. Walking the walls: the importance of wall plants as part of a developing ‘sense of place’ narrative for the Canterbury UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Russia as an energy superpower: media maps and popular geopolitical discourse
Vujakovic, P. 2014. Russia as an energy superpower: media maps and popular geopolitical discourse.
Out and about and upside down: a ‘green infrastructure’ approach to creative critical learning beyond the classroom
Vujakovic, P. 2015. Out and about and upside down: a ‘green infrastructure’ approach to creative critical learning beyond the classroom. Education for Sustainability in Higher Education: Achievements and Prospects Conference, Plymouth University.
Animal? Vegetable? Mineral?
Vujakovic, P. 2012. Animal? Vegetable? Mineral? in: Moller, V. (ed.) Fictional Hybrids Challock Stour Valley Arts. pp. 33-37
Shared stewardship of nature: past, present and future
Vujakovic, P. 2012. Shared stewardship of nature: past, present and future.
A foreign affair – map design and international news
Vujakovic, P. and Kent, A. 2011. A foreign affair – map design and international news. Maplines. Summer, pp. 4-5.
Rounding cape cod by Clipart – tourist maps of New England
Vujakovic, P. 2011. Rounding cape cod by Clipart – tourist maps of New England. Maplines. Winter, pp. 14-15.
Spider’s moving castle: re-inscribing a ‘sense of place’
Vujakovic, P. 2012. Spider’s moving castle: re-inscribing a ‘sense of place’. Maplines. Spring, pp. 10-11.
Maps for growing minds: designing atlases for children
Kent, A. and Vujakovic, P. 2012. Maps for growing minds: designing atlases for children. Maplines. Winter.
Time, life and landscape: waving to Mr Henshaw
Vujakovic, P. 2013. Time, life and landscape: waving to Mr Henshaw. in: Scoffham, S. (ed.) Teaching Geography Creatively London Routledge. pp. 99-99
Warning! Viral memes can seriously alter your worldview
Vujakovic, P. 2013. Warning! Viral memes can seriously alter your worldview. Maplines. Spring, pp. 4-6.
Why we need a new Arno Peters
Vujakovic, P. 2013. Why we need a new Arno Peters. Maplines. Winter, pp. 16-17. https://doi.org/http://www.cartography.org.uk/default.asp?contentID=839
Phytobiography: an approach to ‘tree-time’ & ‘long-life learning’
Vujakovic, P. 2013. Phytobiography: an approach to ‘tree-time’ & ‘long-life learning’. Arboricultural Journal. 35 (2), pp. 134-146. https://doi.org/10.1080/03071375.2013.852363
A sense of plaice?
Vujakovic, P. and Kent, A. 2014. A sense of plaice? Maplines. Spring, pp. 14-16.
Turning the tide? Visitor maps and the place branding of coastal towns in Kent and East Sussex
Vujakovic, P., Hills, J. and Kent, A. 2014. Turning the tide? Visitor maps and the place branding of coastal towns in Kent and East Sussex. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 47 (1), pp. 37-42.
UNEP environmental data explorer posters – a review essay
Vujakovic, P. 2014. UNEP environmental data explorer posters – a review essay. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 47 (1), pp. 43-46.
‘The state as a ‘power container’: the role of news media cartography in contemporary geopolitical discourse
Vujakovic, P. 2014. ‘The state as a ‘power container’: the role of news media cartography in contemporary geopolitical discourse. The Cartographic Journal. 51 (1), pp. 11-24. https://doi.org/10.1179/1743277413Y.0000000043
An ecstasy in three fits
Vujakovic, P. 2014. An ecstasy in three fits. Maplines. Summer, pp. 11-12.
Mapping the octopus
Vujakovic, P. 2014. Mapping the octopus. Maplines. Winter, pp. 10-11.
The power of maps
Vujakovic, P. 2014. The power of maps. in: The Times Comprhensive Atlas of the World London Times Books. pp. 42-43
256 shades of grey
Vujakovic, P. 2015. 256 shades of grey. Maplines. Spring, pp. 8-9.
From a dry statement of facts to a thing of beauty: understanding aesthetics in the mapping and counter-mapping of place
Kent, A. 2013. From a dry statement of facts to a thing of beauty: understanding aesthetics in the mapping and counter-mapping of place. Cartographic Perspectives. 73, pp. 39-60.
Understanding aesthetics: the cartographers' response
Kent, A. 2013. Understanding aesthetics: the cartographers' response. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 46 (1, 2), pp. 31-43.
Cartographic design and aesthetics “FAQ”
Kent, A., Field, K., Jenny, B. and Hopfstock, A. 2012. Cartographic design and aesthetics “FAQ”. Cartographic Perspectives. 73.
Hot geospatial intelligence from a Cold War: the Soviet military mapping of towns and cities
Kent, A. and Davies, J. 2013. Hot geospatial intelligence from a Cold War: the Soviet military mapping of towns and cities. Cartography and Geographic Information Science. 40 (3), pp. 248-253. https://doi.org/10.1080/15230406.2013.799734
Maps from the past?
Kent, A. 2012. Maps from the past? Sheetlines: The Journal of the Charles Close Society for the Study of Ordnance Survey Maps. 94, pp. 17-22.
Maps, pixels, and power: improving design and communication in remote sensing
Kent, A. 1999. Maps, pixels, and power: improving design and communication in remote sensing. Masters Thesis University of Cambridge (Queens' College) Geography
Crippled cities: cartographic representations of environmental values and the politics of physical disability
Vujakovic, P. and Matthews, M. 1993. Crippled cities: cartographic representations of environmental values and the politics of physical disability. Guildford University of Surrey.
Coventry access and mobility mapping project
Vujakovic, P. and Matthews, M. 1993. Coventry access and mobility mapping project. Coventry University.
Maps and landscapes of power: representing the environmental values of people with physical disabilities
Vujakovic, P., Matthews, M. and Limb, M. 1995. Maps and landscapes of power: representing the environmental values of people with physical disabilities.
New directions in cartography
Kent, A. 2011. New directions in cartography.
Conventions, cartographic
Kent, A. 2015. Conventions, cartographic. in: Monmonier, M. (ed.) Cartography in the Twentieth Century Chicago Chicago University Press.
Ordnance Survey and cartographic style: keeping the good view (part 2)
Kent, A. 2010. Ordnance Survey and cartographic style: keeping the good view (part 2). Sheetlines: The Journal of the Charles Close Society for the Study of Ordnance Survey Maps. 88, pp. 11-16.
Ordnance Survey and cartographic style: keeping the good view (part 1)
Kent, A. 2010. Ordnance Survey and cartographic style: keeping the good view (part 1). Sheetlines: The Journal of the Charles Close Society for the Study of Ordnance Survey Maps. 87, pp. 19-28.
Reproduction, design and aesthetics
Kent, A. 2015. Reproduction, design and aesthetics. in: Monmonier, M. (ed.) Cartography in the Twentieth Century Chicago Chicago University Press.
Cartographic language: towards a new paradigm for understanding stylistic diversity in topographic maps
Kent, A. and Vujakovic, P. 2011. Cartographic language: towards a new paradigm for understanding stylistic diversity in topographic maps. The Cartographic Journal. 48 (1), pp. 21-40. https://doi.org/10.1179/1743277411Y.0000000004
Cognition, behaviour, representation
Griffin, A., Fabrikant, S. and Kent, A. 2012. Cognition, behaviour, representation. The Cartographic Journal. 49 (4).
A hazy mirror? Testing the reflection of society in state topographic maps
Kent, A. 2011. A hazy mirror? Testing the reflection of society in state topographic maps. in: Ruas, A. (ed.) Advances in Cartography and GIScience: Volume 1: Selection from ICC 2011, Paris Berlin Springer. pp. 109-132
‘Kosovo/Kosova: geopolitics, identity and the mediascape
Vujakovic, P. 2008. ‘Kosovo/Kosova: geopolitics, identity and the mediascape.
An analysis of the cartographic language of European state topographic maps: aesthetics, style, and identity
Kent, A. 2007. An analysis of the cartographic language of European state topographic maps: aesthetics, style, and identity. PhD Thesis University of Kent/Canterbury Christ Church University Geographical and Life Sciences
Tidal lands of Europe: maps, myths and European identities
Vujakovic, P. 2007. Tidal lands of Europe: maps, myths and European identities.
The power of maps: maps, history and the European geopolitical landscape
Vujakovic, P. 2007. The power of maps: maps, history and the European geopolitical landscape.
Maps, politics and religion
Vujakovic, P. 2008. Maps, politics and religion. Maplines. 14 (3).
Borderlines: Maps and popular geopolitics in the UK press
Vujakovic, P. 2010. Borderlines: Maps and popular geopolitics in the UK press.
Media mapping: geopolitical representations
Vujakovic, P. 2010. Media mapping: geopolitical representations.
The world of the news: cartography in the UK 'quality' press - 1999 and 2009
Vujakovic, P. 2010. The world of the news: cartography in the UK 'quality' press - 1999 and 2009.
Engaging new cartographers
Vujakovic, P. and Kent, A. 2010. Engaging new cartographers.
Disturbance and patch dynamics: introducing undergraduate geography and ecology students to map and field-based research
Vujakovic, P. 2010. Disturbance and patch dynamics: introducing undergraduate geography and ecology students to map and field-based research. in: Graham-Matheson, L. (ed.) Research Informed Teaching: Exploring the Concept Canterbury, UK Canterbury Christ Church University. pp. 12-12
Landscape, place and belonging in Powell and Pressburger's film A Canterbury Tale (1944)
Vujakovic, P. 2010. Landscape, place and belonging in Powell and Pressburger's film A Canterbury Tale (1944). in: Robinson, G. and Guerra, J. (ed.) III Anglo-Spanish Rural Geography Conference Proceedings London, UK Royal Geographical Society. pp. 341-352
Understanding aesthetics for good cartographic design
Kent, A. 2010. Understanding aesthetics for good cartographic design.
Landscape or blandscape? Exploring cartographic style in European topographic maps of the 20th century
Kent, A. 2010. Landscape or blandscape? Exploring cartographic style in European topographic maps of the 20th century.
Helping Haiti: some reflections on contributing to a global disaster relief effort
Kent, A. 2010. Helping Haiti: some reflections on contributing to a global disaster relief effort. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 44 (1-2), pp. 39-45.
Maps, myths and the media: cartography and the 'New Europes'
Vujakovic, P. 1993. Maps, myths and the media: cartography and the 'New Europes'. in: Mesenburg, P. (ed.) Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the International Cartographic Association Bielefeld Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Kartographie. pp. 231-243
The ethics minefield: issues of responsibility in learning and research
Vujakovic, P. and Bullard, J. 2001. The ethics minefield: issues of responsibility in learning and research. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 25 (2), pp. 275-283. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098260120067754
Whatever happened to the 'New Cartography'?: The world map and development mis-education
Vujakovic, P. 2002. Whatever happened to the 'New Cartography'?: The world map and development mis-education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 26 (3), pp. 369-380. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309826022000019936
Reading between the lines: using news media materials for geography
Vujakovic, P. 1998. Reading between the lines: using news media materials for geography. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 22 (1), pp. 147-155. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098269886164
Cartographic blandscapes and the new noise: finding the good view in a topographical mashup
Kent, A. 2008. Cartographic blandscapes and the new noise: finding the good view in a topographical mashup. The Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 42 (1-2), pp. 29-37.
Topographic maps: methodological approaches for analyzing cartographic style
Kent, A. 2009. Topographic maps: methodological approaches for analyzing cartographic style. Journal of Map and Geography Libraries. 5 (2), pp. 131-156.
Damn or be damned: Arno Peters and the struggle for the 'New Cartography'
Vujakovic, P. 2003. Damn or be damned: Arno Peters and the struggle for the 'New Cartography'. The Cartographic Journal. 40 (1), pp. 61-67. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870403235002105
Arno Peters: The man and his map
Vujakovic, P. 2003. Arno Peters: The man and his map. The Cartographic Journal. 40 (1), pp. 51-52. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870403235002060
Edible maps
Scoffham, S. and Vujakovic, P. 2006. Edible maps. Primary Geographer. 60, pp. 22-23.
Remote sensing imagery for the detection of stress in vegetation caused by drought and/or metal toxicity
Cole, M., Farago, M., Mehra, A. and Vujakovic, P. 1986. Remote sensing imagery for the detection of stress in vegetation caused by drought and/or metal toxicity. Ann Arbor ERIM.
Why work in groups?
Vujakovic, P., Livingstone, I. and Mills, C. 1994. Why work in groups? Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 18 (1), pp. 123-127. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098269408709246
Wildlife utilization
Vujakovic, P. 1994. Wildlife utilization. in: Unwin, T. (ed.) Atlas of World Development Wiley.
Making posters
Vujakovic, P. 1995. Making posters. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 19 (2), pp. 251-256. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098269508709313
The nature of fantasy
Vujakovic, P. 1996. The nature of fantasy. Geographical Magazine. 68 (3), pp. 18-20.
Rural change
Sherwood, K., Barrett, H. and Vujakovic, P. 1998. Rural change. Deddington, UK Philip Allan.
A study of the effect of aspect on vegetation distribution
Vujakovic, P. 1983. A study of the effect of aspect on vegetation distribution. Transactions of the Kent Field Club. 9 (2), pp. 84-86.
Eating places, consuming cartographies
Vujakovic, P. 2005. Eating places, consuming cartographies. Maplines. 11 (3), p. 1.
Blanks on the map... is geographical knowledge in decline?
Vujakovic, P. 2009. Blanks on the map... is geographical knowledge in decline? Maplines. Spring, pp. 6-7.
The new flat-earthers
Vujakovic, P. and Hills, J. 2009. The new flat-earthers. Maplines. Winter, pp. 4-5.
Mapping the woody component of rangeland vegetation using Landsat satellite data, Ngamiland, Botswana
Vujakovic, P. 1987. Mapping the woody component of rangeland vegetation using Landsat satellite data, Ngamiland, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records. 19, pp. 69-74.
Rangeland management in Northern Botswana: the role of remote sensing in resource evaluation
Vujakovic, P. 1987. Rangeland management in Northern Botswana: the role of remote sensing in resource evaluation. in: Millington, A., Mutiso, S. and Binns, J. (ed.) African Resources: Monitoring and Appraisal Reading Geographical Papers, Reading University.
Monitoring extensive ‘buffer zones’ in Africa: An application for satellite imagery
Vujakovic, P. 1987. Monitoring extensive ‘buffer zones’ in Africa: An application for satellite imagery. Biological Conservation. 39 (3), pp. 195-208. https://doi.org/10.1016/0006-3207(87)90034-6
Soviet remote sensing: commercial blueprint for planet management
Vujakovic, P. 1990. Soviet remote sensing: commercial blueprint for planet management. Geographical Magazine. 62 (4), pp. 46-48.
Earth Mission 2000: Soviet space imagery for earth resource mapping and monitoring
Vujakovic, P. 1990. Earth Mission 2000: Soviet space imagery for earth resource mapping and monitoring. Bulletin of the Society of University Cartographers. 23 (2), pp. 31-34.
Eye in the sky
Vujakovic, P. 1992. Eye in the sky. Geographical Magazine. 64 (5), pp. 10-11.
Mapping another world?
Vujakovic, P. 1992. Mapping another world? Access by Design. 57, pp. 14-16.
Mapping with empathy: mapping the 'real world' with disabled people
Vujakovic, P. and Matthews, M. 1991. Mapping with empathy: mapping the 'real world' with disabled people. in: Rybaczuk, K. and Blakemore, M. (ed.) Mapping the Nations: Proceedings of the 15th International Cartographic Association Conference London International Cartographic Association.
Contorted, folded, torn: environmental values, cartographic representation and the politics of disability
Vujakovic, P. and Matthews, M. 1994. Contorted, folded, torn: environmental values, cartographic representation and the politics of disability. Disability & Society. 9 (3), pp. 359-374. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599466780391
Private worlds and public places: mapping the environmental values of wheelchair users
Matthews, M. and Vujakovic, P. 1995. Private worlds and public places: mapping the environmental values of wheelchair users. Environment and Planning A. 27 (7), pp. 1069-1083. https://doi.org/10.1068/a271069
Mapping the environment of wheelchair users
Matthews, M. and Vujakovic, P. 1995. Mapping the environment of wheelchair users. Geography Review. 8 (3), pp. 30-34.
Disabling countryside: an investigation of wheelchair users' experiences of informal recreation
Limb, M., Matthews, M. and Vujakovic, P. 1995. Disabling countryside: an investigation of wheelchair users' experiences of informal recreation. in: Fleming, S., Talbot, M. and Tomlinson, A. (ed.) Policy and Politics in Sport, Physical Education and Leisure London Leisure Studies Association.
Topological transformations: underground maps
Vujakovic, P. 1990. Topological transformations: underground maps. Geographical Magazine. 62 (7), pp. 44-47.
Comic cartography: maps in cartoons
Vujakovic, P. 1990. Comic cartography: maps in cartoons. Geographical Magazine. 62 (6), pp. 22-26.
World-views: art and canonical images in the geographical and life sciences
Vujakovic, P. 2009. World-views: art and canonical images in the geographical and life sciences. in: Cartwright, W., Gartner, G. and Lehn, A. (ed.) Cartography and Art Berlin Springer. pp. 135-144
Mercator: the man who changed the world
Vujakovic, P. 1994. Mercator: the man who changed the world. Geographical Magazine. 66 (12), pp. 14-15.
Damning Mercator: the Mercator projection and the struggle for the 'New Cartography'
Vujakovic, P. 1994. Damning Mercator: the Mercator projection and the struggle for the 'New Cartography'. in: Cassettari, S. (ed.) Proceedings of the British Cartographic Society 1994 Annual Symposium British Cartographic Society.
Arno Peters' cult of the 'New Cartography': from concept to world atlas
Vujakovic, P. 1989. Arno Peters' cult of the 'New Cartography': from concept to world atlas. Bulletin of the Society of University Cartographers. 22 (2), pp. 1-6.
Mapping for world development
Vujakovic, P. 1989. Mapping for world development. Geography. 74 (2), pp. 97-105.
Peters Atlas: a new era of cartography or publisher's con-trick?
Vujakovic, P. 1989. Peters Atlas: a new era of cartography or publisher's con-trick? Geography. 74 (3), pp. 247-254.
The extent of the adoption of the Peters projection by 'Third World' organisations in the UK
Vujakovic, P. 1987. The extent of the adoption of the Peters projection by 'Third World' organisations in the UK. Bulletin of the Society of University Cartographers. 21 (1), pp. 11-16.
Images of development: maps and political graphics
Vujakovic, P. 1994. Images of development: maps and political graphics. in: Unwin, T. (ed.) Atlas of World Development Wiley.
Propagation of the message: persuasive cartography
Vujakovic, P. 1994. Propagation of the message: persuasive cartography. in: Unwin, T. (ed.) Atlas of World Development Wiley.
Projections of development
Vujakovic, P. and King, R. 1994. Projections of development. in: Unwin, T. (ed.) Atlas of World Development Wiley.
World maps: a plea for diversity
Vujakovic, P. 2004. World maps: a plea for diversity. Teaching Geography. 29 (2), pp. 77-79.
Mapping Europe's myths: Europe defined through the ages
Vujakovic, P. 1992. Mapping Europe's myths: Europe defined through the ages. Geographical Magazine. 64 (9), pp. 15-17.
Drawing on a Balkan dream: The story behind Croatia's new national atlas
Vujakovic, P. 1993. Drawing on a Balkan dream: The story behind Croatia's new national atlas. Geographical Magazine. 65 (10), pp. 38-40.
The Sleeping Beauty complex: maps as texts in the construction of national identity
Vujakovic, P. 1995. The Sleeping Beauty complex: maps as texts in the construction of national identity. in: Hill, T. and Hughes, W. (ed.) Contemporary Writing and National Identity Bath Sulis Press. pp. 129-136
Nation states and super-states: the geopolitics of the new world order
Vujakovic, P. 2006. Nation states and super-states: the geopolitics of the new world order. in: Phillips, M. (ed.) Contested Worlds: An Introduction to Human Geography Aldershot Ashgate. pp. 153-188
Toward the millennium: mass media map research in the United Kingdom
Vujakovic, P. 1997. Toward the millennium: mass media map research in the United Kingdom. in: Scharfe, W. (ed.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Mass Media Maps: Approaches, Results, Social Impacts Berlin Freie Universität Berlin. pp. 53-64
Views of the world: maps in the British prestige ‘press’
Vujakovic, P. 1999. Views of the world: maps in the British prestige ‘press’. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 33 (1), pp. 1-14.
Balkan borders: News maps and ‘geographic education’ during the Kosovo crisis of January to July 1999
Vujakovic, P. 2000. Balkan borders: News maps and ‘geographic education’ during the Kosovo crisis of January to July 1999. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 34 (1), pp. 21-32.
Mapping the war zone: cartography, geopolitics and security discourse in the UK press
Vujakovic, P. 2001. Mapping the war zone: cartography, geopolitics and security discourse in the UK press. Journalism Studies. 3 (2), pp. 187-202. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616700220129964
Geopolitical awareness: geographic knowledge and maps in the news
Vujakovic, P. 2009. Geopolitical awareness: geographic knowledge and maps in the news. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 42 (1 & 2), pp. 39-43.
New views of the world: maps in the United Kingdom 'quality' press in 1999 and 2009
Vujakovic, P. 2010. New views of the world: maps in the United Kingdom 'quality' press in 1999 and 2009. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 43 (1 & 2), pp. 31-40.
Stylistic diversity in European state 1 : 50 000 topographic maps
Kent, A. and Vujakovic, P. 2009. Stylistic diversity in European state 1 : 50 000 topographic maps. The Cartographic Journal. 46 (3), pp. 179-213. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870409X12488753453453
Ten of the best? (Editorial)
Vujakovic, P. 2003. Ten of the best? (Editorial). The Cartographic Journal. 40 (1), pp. 3-3. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870403322014772
Aesthetics: a lost cause in cartographic theory?
Kent, A. 2005. Aesthetics: a lost cause in cartographic theory? The Cartographic Journal. 42 (2), pp. 182-188. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870405X61487
Promoting cartographic diversity
Vujakovic, P. 2004. Promoting cartographic diversity. The Cartographic Journal. 41 (1), pp. 3-4. https://doi.org/10.1179/0008704041165266
'Between a rock and a hard place' - mapping places in a volatile world (Editorial)
Vujakovic, P. 2003. 'Between a rock and a hard place' - mapping places in a volatile world (Editorial). The Cartographic Journal. 40 (3), pp. 217-218. https://doi.org/10.1179/000870403322819724
From North–South to West Wing: why the 'Peters Phenomenon' will simply not go away
Vujakovic, P. 2002. From North–South to West Wing: why the 'Peters Phenomenon' will simply not go away. The Cartographic Journal. 39 (2), pp. 177-179.
'A new map is unrolling before us': cartography in news media representations of post-Cold War Europe
Vujakovic, P. 1999. 'A new map is unrolling before us': cartography in news media representations of post-Cold War Europe. The Cartographic Journal. 36 (1), pp. 43-57.