“Summertime, and the research is easy…
The IR is jumpin’, and the downloads are high…”*
Here’s a run-down of the top five most downloaded items for July!
1. Effect of preharvest UV-treatment on shelf life of fruits and vegetables by Matthew A. Obande (still holding steady at no.1 for another month with 142 downloads)
2. Graphic design as urban design: towards a theory for analysing graphic objects in urban environments by Robert Harland. (New entry with 110 downloads)
3. Discourse analysis means doing analysis: a critique of six analytic shortcomings by Charles Antaki, Michael Billig, Derek Edwards & Jonathan Potter (holding firm at no.3 with 86 downloads)
4. Protectionism to liberalisation : Ireland and the EEC, 1957 to 1966 by Maurice Fitzgerald (still stuck in the middle with you at no.4 with 78 downloads)
5. Globalization, regionalization and cross-border regions: scales, discourses and governance by Markus Perkmann and Ngai-Ling Sum (new entry with 56 downloads)
Our repository increases the visibility of Loughborough’s research and the materials within it are centrally stored and preserved. The material in the collection includes journal articles, book chapters, conference papers and theses. To find out more about it, and how you can submit your research, visit the IR homepage here.
(*With apologies to George Gershwin!)