Undergraduate Research Journal of Micronesia
The Undergraduate Research Journal of Micronesia (URJM) is an academic journal that publishes original research and studies from undergraduate students throughout the region. This journal provides a deeper understanding of the unique issues surrounding Micronesia and provides an opportunity for students to share their academic findings with their community.
The first volume of the URJM features five articles written by current undergraduate students and alumni of UOG. Each article relates to a local-regional topic or issue.
The second volume of the URJM features five papers written by students from UOG's Psychology Program.
“A Qualitative Study: Exploring Labels in the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual (LGB) Community on Guam and Their Experiences as LGB Individuals” by Elizabeth Flisco
URJM is a scholar-reviewed annual online journal and welcomes manuscripts from all
academic programs/disciplines. The journal publishes original research produced by undergraduate students/recent
graduates who are enrolled in or have completed a capstone or research/thesis course
in their area of study, for which they have produced a research or review paper focused
on a topic/issue related to Micronesia.
For submission guidelines and further information, please email the University of Guam Press at email@example.com or call (671)735-2153.
Mangilao, Guam 96913
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