As is customary, the Spring issue is non-thematic. I enjoy the way articles find their way to the JRL and serendipitously â€˜come togetherâ€™ to form a unique, multifaceted conversation. This issue is particularly compelling not only because of the range of subjects it covers, but also because it has generated a lively conversation within the JRL board itself. In fact, as a result of one article in particular by Jason Miller and Dale Lemke, the JRL is convening a panel discussion at the 2022 ARL conference on the nature and practice of ethical research. It is one example of . . .
Login or become a member for full access
JRL Volume 19 No. 1 Spring 2020
Download your free copy here. Please note: you will have to register with our website in order to begin your transaction.
Click on the link provided in transaction receipt page to begin the download.
Questions or assistance, email email@example.com