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Biological data from coastal water generated in recipient control programs i Kalmar County inSweden. The database consists of 13 tables. The data is generated from testfishing outside the pulpmill of Mönsterås.

  • Stefan Tobiasson, Linnaeus University
Published: 2019-10-08

Linnaeus University

The material consists of transcriptions, including analyses and references, within the historical research study "A Scandinavian Railway Contractor in India 1860-1869".

  • Ingemar Gunnarsson
Published: 2017-11-16

Linnaeus University

In this study, we explore to what extent language users agree about what kind of stances are expressed in natural language use or whether their interpretations diverge. In order to perform this task, a comprehensive cogn...

  • Andreas Kerren, Linnaeus University
  • Carita Paradis, Lund University, Center for Language and Literature
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Published: 2017-10-16

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In 1994 a project in abuse and addiction care was initiated in Sweden - DOC. The project, which began in 1991, was inspired by other documentation systems in Sweden, Europe and USA. The aim was to initiate quality- and m...

  • Mikael Dahlberg, Linnaeus University
  • Mats Anderberg, Linnaeus University
Published: 2009

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In the autumn of 1934 programmes dedicated to teaching of singing were introduced in the Swedish School Broadcasting. In the following decades, right up to the 1960s, these 'singsongs' were the most popular of the progra...

  • Boel Lindberg, Växjö University, School of Education
Published: 2008

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The Media Panel Program (MPP) is located at the University of Lund in Sweden. It is a long-term research program focused on basic aspects of the mass media use by Swedish children, adolescents and young adults, as well a...

  • Karl Erik Rosengren, Lund University, Department of Sociology
  • Sven Windahl, Växjö University, School of Social Sciences
  • Ulla Johnsson-Smaragdi, Lund University, Media and Communication Studies
  • Ingrid Höjerback, Lund University, Media and Communication Studies
  • Inga Sonesson, Lund University, Media and Communication Studies
Published: 1999