|Welcome to the University of Lodz Repository (RUŁ). The Repository collects and facilitates didactic materials and current intellectual output of the university research workers. It is a platform facilitating scientific resources and integrating the university with the other sources of information science.|
|The Repository operates on the basis of regulation of President of the University of Lodz (Rector) No.51 of 31.03.2015.|
|In order to deposit the documents please contact:|
|Staff of the University of Lodz Repository (RUŁ). firstname.lastname@example.org|
Communities in DSpace
Select a community to browse its collections.
Archiwum UŁ 
Biblioteka UŁ/Library 
Centrum Ceraneum 
Centrum Nauki UŁ 
Koła Naukowe UŁ 
Pracownicy UŁ 
Serie wydawnicze 
Mechanisms of Identity Construction among Members of Pyramid Schemes in Iran: A Critical Ethnography (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2021-10-31)Whereas the emergence of pyramid schemes exerted considerable impacts on people’s lives, up to now, far too little attention has been paid to the experiences of members from the sociological perspective, particularly in ...
Supporting the President in a #NotMyPresident Context: Experiences of College-Aged Trump Supporters at a Southern University (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2021-10-31)In light of sexual misconduct allegations involving the former president of the United States, this study analyzes the reasons some university students provide for their continued support of Donald Trump. Relying on ten ...
“You Are First a Chinese Citizen, Then A Consumer”: Presenting and Balancing Identities Online as Chinese International Tourists (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2021-10-31)This paper is based on the analysis of 261 video and word posts collected from four popular social media sites on which Chinese tourists shared their consumption-related experiences during and after the trip. It investigates ...
(Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2021-10-31)Sex and sexuality are deemed “sensitive” issues in relatively conservative, predominantly Muslim countries. Men’s sex and sexualities research within such cultural contexts confronts certain challenges and raises important ...
Deadly Disease vs. Chronic Illness: Competing Understandings of HIV in the HIV Non-Disclosure Debate (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2021-10-31)Over the past several decades, understandings of what it means to have contracted the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have shifted so that an infection once viewed as deadly and ultimately terminal is now largely regarded ...