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Different types of articles give you different flavors of information:
Scholarly or Peer-Reviewed or Academic Journal articles are good to find results of scientific or academic research. They are written for scholars and provide in-depth analysis of a very specific area of your topic(more info...)
Trade Journal articles are good for finding articles written for specific professions (police officer, veterinarian...etc.) They often analyze new trends, research, tools or techniques important to their area of work (more info...)
Popular Magazine articles are good for summarizing information on a topic for the general public. They often provide a background, summarize research findings, and provide some analysis of a topic(more info...)
Newspaper articles are good for facts and up-to-date information. They often provide little analysis of a topic. (NOTE: For your Anthro 210 research project, newspapers are not acceptable.)
Evaluate articles to determine if they are credible sources for your research
See all of the library's database collections, sorted by subject area. This list is a good place to see the entire list of electronic article resources available in a specific field. You will need to use your Student ID to log in from off-campus.
Find magazines, journals, newspapers in all academic disciplines
Type combinations of specific search words in the search boxes
You must check the "full text" option below the search boxes to find the full text of an article
Search the full text of 400 journals in 20 disciplines including Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Ecology, Literature, Mathematics, Statistics, and Visual and Performing Arts.
Find scholarly journal articles in all academic disciplines.
Works well for topics in literature, sociology and history
Type very specific (not broad!) search words in the search boxes
Example: Use check boxes on database search pages to limit your results to peer-reviewed journal articles
Can't find the full text of an article?
1. Note down the author, title of article, name of the magazine, journal or newspaper, and date of publication
2. Make an Interlibrary LoanRequest so that the article can be sent to Green River's Holman Library for you (note: this process may take 1-week)