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Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies (Program in Religious Studies)
About the Journal
The Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies is designed to promote the academic study of religion at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The journal is affiliated with the Religious Studies Program at Utah State University. Our academic review board includes professionals from universities throughout the United States specializing in the religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Mormonism, as well as specialists in the fields of Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology of Religion.
Journal of Indigenous Research (Psychology, Department of)
Journal of Indigenous Research.
This Journal was created in response to community requests for information about research that has been conducted among their people. The focus of this publication is to obtain articles about research conducted with Indigenous populations- written for laypeople - and approximately 1000-1500 words. These articles will be published in the Journal of Indigenous Research and will also be sent to local Native newspapers and websites. The articles submitted to newspapers will be under the title "Full Circle - Returning Native Research to the People" Submissions of current research in the areas of Environment, Public Health, Psychology, Education, and General Health are invited. Clinical case studies regarding culturally appropriate practice -based approaches to working with Indigenous people are also acceptable. It is expected that articles will be current research but may also be articles about initial data from projects that are underway. In addition, articles may be summaries of research that have already been published so we can share what has been completed with the communities.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.Access: For the most current two years, only tables of contents are available on this Digital Commons website. While free full text is available for issues older than two years, readers wishing to read articles in recent issues need to subscribe to the journal by contacting Marilyn S Barney at firstname.lastname@example.org. The subscription process may take 7-10 days.
About the Journal
Archivists in the western United States face a unique set of challenges related to the geography of the West, as well as its recent history. The Journal of Western Archives provides a venue where archivists working in the West can highlight their unique contributions to the archival profession.
See the Journal Overview for a complete coverage of the journal's scope and aims.
The NASIG Newsletter (ISSN: 1542-3417) is published 3-4 times per year for the members of the North American Serials Interest Group.
Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (Quinney Natural Resources Research Library, S.J. and Jessie E.)
Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (NREI) ISSN 1069-5370, first published in 1993, is a monographic series that recognizes it's role in educating natural resources leaders who can then provide the guidance needed to increase the production of the earth's renewable resources while sustaining/enhancing the global environment. The journal is published in a series of volumes, each addressing a single topic and often associated with an organized symposium.
As our title suggests, NREI provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of natural resources and environmental issues. It is our goal to represent the wide range of topics and critical issues in land management and resource sustainability.
NREI, though not considered peer-reviewed*, is critically assessed and edited by the staff and faculty of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University and the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library of Logan, Utah. It is published on an irregular basis and only once a year. Archived volumes are available for download or purchase from the Quinney Library website.
This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.
NREI is grateful to the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation for its continuing enthusiasm and support.
*Volume XV: Saline Lakes Around the World is Peer-Reviewed