Library databases are electronic collections of journals.
The library subscribes to many databases where you will find articles related to political science.
Review the center column of this page to learn which databases will be helpful for your research.
You can find scholarly articles through the library resources and more. To ensure that you discover relevant resources, spend time searching:
Basic search strategies in these resources will help you find relevant results:
You can start your research with a keyword strategy:
[your topic] AND [what you would like to do with your topic]
"political theory" AND "public policy"
"comparative politics" AND "first world democracies"
"international relations" AND globalization
Search the library databases to find articles from scholarly journals.
To access, go to:
Below is a list of selected databases that may be helpful with your research.
WorldCat is the library's discovery tool for access to books, e-books, scholarly articles, news, and more.
To search for scholarly articles in WorldCat, go to:
Use Google Scholar as a complement research tool to the library databases and WorldCat. Google Scholar allows you to search for scholarly articles and other materials.
Go to: scholar.google.com