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Best Bet Databases in Urban & Community Studies
  • Academic Search Premier A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles and popular magazines covering all topics. A great database for beginning searches. 1980s-present (dates may vary).
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  • America: History and Life A Best Bet database
    Summarizes scholarly articles about the history of the United States and Canada. 1964-current.
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  • PAIS International A Best Bet database
    PAIS International indexes journal articles, books, statistical yearbooks, conference proceedings, research reports and government documents from all over the world on public affairs, political science, public administration, and international relations 1915-current.
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  • Sociological Abstracts A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles about sociology and other social and behavioral sciences. Includes culture & social structure; economic development; evaluation research; family & social welfare; management and complex organizations; policy planning. 1963-present.
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  • Worldwide Political Science Abstracts A Best Bet database
    Indexes of more than 1700 journals in political science and its complementary fields, including comparative politics, international relations, public policy and law. Two-thirds of the serials indexed are published outside the United States. 1975-current..
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