International Journal on Grey Literature: Volume 1 Issue 1

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Lifting the fog: maps and spatial information emerging as grey literature

Patrick McGlamery

Maps as a genre are not typically dealt with in the study of grey literature. The transformation of information from maps to spatial data could likely be omitted from discussions…

Transportation information: a review of grey literature by format, language and availability

Bonnie A. Osif

This article describes a research study that was replicated to confirm the research methodologies and search strategies of transportation engineers in their primary databases as…


Grey literature is a feminist issue: women’s knowledge and the Net

Danusia Malina, Diane Nutt

Throughout its history feminism has produced “grey” literature. This material has played an important part in communicating women’s knowledge(s) and instigating activism. This…

Grey literature as unconscious: causal subjectivity of the repressed in Lacan’s Theory

William Theaux

In this article, grey literature is identified as unregistered textuality (radicalizing its characteristics, such as the difficulty of its identification, access, bibliographic…


ResearchIndex: autonomous citation indexing on the Web

Gerry McKiernan

ResearchIndex is a recently‐announced service that can identify and index citations found within Web‐based electronic publications without human intervention. In addition to…



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