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HON 251:British Life and Culture: Journal & Magazine Articles

Using Library Databases

Searching in databases also follows the General-to-Specific idea. You want to try your first set of searches in a general database, like Academic Search Complete, in order to get a feel for what's out there. Then, once you have a better grasp on what you are looking for, you can use more subject specific database sources.

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General Databases

These databases are good sources for a wide variety of popular and scholarly articles on a wide range of topics. This makes them a good place to start your search.

Social Science Databases

These databases contain scholarly and professional literature in a wide range of social science topics--mass media, sociology, psychology, criminal justice.

Databases that are Temporary but Relevant

Business Databases

These databases contain both scholarly and popular articles on business related topics.

Education Databases

These databases contain scholarly and professional literature on a wide variety of education topics.

Health Science Databases

Use these databases to search for scholarly and professional literature on topics related to medicine, nursing or kinesiology.