The library has subscriptions to databases containing scholarly articles in many subject areas, and articles from popular magazines and newspapers. Databases featured in this box are particularly useful for finding information in the field of comparative politics. Should you need help finding sources, please consult a librarian.
Look for country studies within the database. Select PUBLICATION TYPE, then select COUNTRY REPORT
Note: Records from 1994 to the present.
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Many of our databases, including Academic Search Complete, allow you to refine your search to limit results to scholarly (also called peer-reviewed or refereed) articles. Some others, for example JSTOR and Project MUSE, contain scholarly material.
Depending on the nature of your research, both scholarly journals and popular magazines can be valuable sources.
If you are unable to find enough information to determine if a journal is scholarly, ask a librarian for help.
Click on Advanced Search. Scroll down to see your options and select peer-reviewed.
After searching for your topic in Worldcat@SU, you will want to select peer-reviewed: