The Oxford Journals - A treasure trove!
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http://www3.oup.co.uk/applij/ : About 200 different fields and categories! Topics range from American Literary History, Applied Linguistics, Annal of Oncology to Bioinformatics, Economics, French History, the Oxford Art Journal, and many other journals...

Enjoy your readings!
Sandra


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Thanks for the link, but they're extremely expensive!

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smorales30 wrote:

Thanks for the link, but they're extremely expensive!


Hi smorales,

You only have to subscribe to those of interest to you.
Not to all of them! These are very specialized journals, well written and definitely worth it.

P.S. You can also request a sample copy.


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