New Open Access Journal of Undergraduate Research

Posted on March 5, 2015 | in Featured, Library | by

Lifespans & Styles

The first issue of a new open access journal dedicated to undergraduate research in the area of sociolinguistic variation has been published on the library-supported journal hosting service.

The journal, Lifespans & Styles: Undergraduate Working Papers on Intraspeaker Variation includes research designed, implemented, and written by advanced undergraduate students. These peer-reviewed papers are the result of dissertations, project-based seminars, and other research-led learning.

Although focused on the rather narrow subfield of within-speaker linguistic variation, the papers in this first issue span topics as diverse as gay identity, Received Pronunciation, vocal fry, and dog-directed speech.

For further information about Lifespans & Styles please contact:lifespans.styles@ed.ac.uk

Follow the journal on Twitter @lifespansstyles

To find out more about how the Library can help you to publish an open access journal, please contact: library.learning@ed.ac.uk

Angela Laurins, Library Learning Services Manager

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