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Starting Points

  • QuickSearch
    Searches a large percentage of the databases and journal collections provided by the Library through subscriptions (more complete search than subject focused QuickSearch to the left).
  • Academic Search Premier
    Provides full text for many topics. Great place to start research.
  • Dissertations and Theses
    Can be a great source of statistics, background information, and citations leading to other sources
  • Journal Titles
    Locate a specific journal in the library's online, microfilm, and print collections.

Articles for this Project

For this project we are using peer-reviewed and/or scholarly journal articles.  Ideally the articles will also have research methods since this is a research methods course.  If you find sources that you are interested in using that do not fit these criteria, please consult your professor before doing so.


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