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32 years of back issues.Available on DVDs as well as on-line.This digital collectionconsists of 128 issues with approximately 1,024 articles dealing with settlement, planning and housing design, education, adaptability, open building, sustainability, affordability, user participation, design roles and many other aspects of housing and settlement design. Many case studies from around the world are included. Open House International is covered by EBSCO Publishing, Thomson ISI and Elsevier Scopus databases.

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Open House International has been  selected   for   coverage  by  EBSCO Publishing , the ELSEVIER Bibliographic Database  Scopus  and all products of THOMSON ISI  index bases.  The journal is also  listed  on the   following Architectural index  lists: RIBA, ARCLIB, AVERY and EKISTICS.  Open House International   is  online for  subscribers and gives limited  access   for  non-subscribers at  www.openhouse-int.com


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SIX GOOD REASONS WHY YOUR ORGANIZATION SHOULD SUBSCRIBE:

1) Open House International is read worldwide and is the only journal which provides up to date information for postgraduate researchers, academics and practitioners on user oriented building and urban design processes. The articles are organised in theme issues dealing in depth and breadth with relevant topics which address the important issues of the Built Environment.

2) The articles are blind refereed by an eminent group of persons at doctorial and professorial levels. Many from the editorial and refereeing boards have written books and have published extensively in the international academic refereed journals.

3) The material and reporting is accurate and well substantiated by facts, data, survey information and case studies. Its reliability is strong and can be taken up in research for PhD and any form of comparative research.. Case Studies and Project Evaluation form the main method of reporting.

4) Open House International is acclaimed as essential reading for anyone concerned with home and neighbourhood building today. It serves not only as a lonely beacon for people dedicated to making housing more affordable for low income populations all over the world, but also as on of the few 'texts' used in teaching and research.

5) It is also acclaimed as a fine journal with a long track record of serious reporting on housing research both in developed and developing countries; required reading for everyone - academic or practitioner - who needs to keep abreast of developments in their field.

6) Each issue has approximately 80 well designed pages. A 4. (21 x 29.7 cm), perfect bound with many photographs and other illustrations printed in offset black and white on high quality art paper. All the major book and journal agents are familiar with Open House International.
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