Open Journal Systems at Lund University


This service aims to give a convenient and cost effective alternative to publish journals and other serial publications electronically. Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project to expand and improve access to research. The service is hosted by Lund University Library. If you want to make your publication available or have other enquiries about the service, please contact Martin Persson (martin.persson(a)ub.lu.se).

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Working Papers in Linguistics

Working Papers in Linguisticsbegan in 1969 as an output for reports on research in progress. It contains principally work from researchers at the Department of Linguistics and Phonetics at Lund University.

The
Phonetics
Laboratory
of
the
Departrnent
of
Linguistics
of
Lund
university
plans
to
send
out
reports
on
research
already
completed
orinprogress.0nceayeartherewillbeanaccountofcourses
given
during
the
year,
as
well
as
selected
short
summaries
of
stu-
dies
undertaken
by
postgraduate
students.
The
results
reported
are
to
be
considered
as
preliminary
and
will
in
general
be
published
elsewhere.
Articles
written
in
Su'redish
wil}
be
followed
by
summaries
in
English'

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Working Papers in Medical Humanities

Working Papers in Medical Humanities presents research conducted by members of the Medical Humanities Research Node at the Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences at Lund University, academic visitors, and research students. The aim is to disseminate and communicate research in the large field of medical humanities, including cultural and historical perspectives on health, healthcare, illness and medicine. The papers are peer reviewed and accessible for downloading as open access.

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Working Papers in Statistics

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Working Papers in Strategic Communication

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