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Russian and Eurasian Studies

Different databases to try

 

 

 

Databases

Suggested databases to search for scholarly articles on your topic
  • American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES)
    • print volumes 1967-1993 in stacks: Z 2483.A65 Folio
    • ABSEES online (1990- )
  • European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies EBSEES covers materials published in Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
    • print volumes 1977-1995 in the stacks Z 2483.E94 Folio
    • EBSEES online (website in French and English). The database is in two sections: 1991-2000 and 2001- . Access is free.
  • RussGUS is a bibliographic database of German language materials on Russia, the Soviet Union and its successor states.The database covers the period since 1974 and consists now of about 170.000 records.
  • For other searchable online databases, go to our Databases A-Z list and select an appropriate tool to fit your need: e.g., Art Index, Arts & Humanities Index, EconLit, Historical Abstracts, MLA Bibliography, PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service), Social Science Citation Index, Sociological Abstracts. Or ask a reference librarian for advice.
  • Academic Search Premier (EBSCO)   (1975- present)  Multidisciplinary Journals
 

Other Online Resources

The list below is just a sample. It includes some of the best "metasites", sites that include links to many more sites, organized by subject or theme or format. These are excellent starting places for exploring the Internet.

  

Finding the full text

After you locate an article in a database, use the red MHLinks button  to locate the full text.  Ask a librarian if you need help!

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Determine if an artilce is "peer reviewed" or "scholarly"

Scholarly journals are also called academic, peer-reviewed, or refereed journals. They are journals that submit articles to several other scholars, experts, or academics (peers) in the field for review and comment. These reviewers must agree that the article represents properly conducted original research or writing before it can be published.

What to look for:

  • abstract (descriptive summary)
  • footnotes or bibliographies
  • institutions author(s) are from, ex. universities, research institutions, think tanks 
  • main point is to report on original research or experimentation

EXAMPLES OF SCHOLARLY JOURNALS:

American Economic Review

Applied Geography

Archives of Sexual Behavior

JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association

Journal of Theoretical Biology

From Cornell Univeristy: Distinguishing Scholarly Journals from Other Periodicals

Locate article full text from within a database

 

Clicking the MHLinks button for an article will help you locate the full text.

  • If available online: click direct link to go to the full text article online
  • If available in print: double check the years the library owns, find the article in print alphabetically by title (recent journals are in the reading room, older journals are on floor 2)
  • If neither option is available at MHC: click "request via Illiad" to have it delivered electronically through inter-library loan.
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