Guidelines for other resources

Guidelines for thesis reports

The aim of our thesis reports is to provide a forum for research students to share their work in the area of home language research and/or practice. To be included, the thesis must be finished, examined and accepted.  We will accept information from anyone about relevant theses, and we will link to the full text if it is openly available. We do not publish theses.

The thesis can be written in any language, but it is helpful if there is an abstract or summary in English. Please feel free to send inquiries to jhlr-editor@edu.uu.se. We need the following information in a thesis report: Title in full, author, university and department of study, degree achieved, year of publication and a link to the full text or a university archive post.

Guidelines for conference proceedings

As part of our Resources space, we offer proceedings of conferences, symposia and other meetings that are relevant to the scope of the journal. The contents may be in the form of video presentations or substantial abstracts. If you have convened a conference and would like to make the proceedings available in this way to the readers of The Journal of Home Language Research, please contact the Editor.

Guidelines for resources for parents, educators or other professionals

As part of our Resources space, we offer links to videoed lectures, information websites and various kinds of materials for anyone involved directly or indirectly in home language issues. If you own the copyright to such resources or if they are licenced under Creative commons licences, and you would like to make them available in this way to the readers of The Journal of Home Language Research, please contact the Editor.

Guidelines for resources for students and researchers

If you have access to lectures or interviews with scholars working in areas related to  home language, and you own the copyright to such resources (and would like to make them available in this way to the readers of The Journal of Home Language Research), please contact the Editor.