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Political and economic information on the world's 191 countries with full text news reports from ten international news organizations.
Academic Search Elite
A multi-disciplinary database that has full text for more than 2,100 journals. Nearly 150 journals have PDF images dating back to 1985.
Communication & Mass Media Complete
With indexes and abstracts of more than 600 journals, 300 of which also include full text articles, CMMC contains a Communication Thesaurus and comprehensive reference browsing as well as over 3,000 author biographies.
Full text online backfiles of core scholarly journals on many subjects. JSTOR's full-text coverage begins at the first issue of each journal and usually ends within five years of the present.
SocINDEX with Full Text
A comprehensive sociology and criminology database with full or selective coverage of some 4,000 journals. Including full text from more than 360 journals along with books, monographs, and conference papers; also includes more than 10,000 author profiles.
U.S. Government Search
A Google service that searches all federal, state, and local government Web sites in the U.S.
Political Research Online
A collaborative project of the APSA and others, PROL aims to provide early access to emerging scholarship in the form of conference papers, research papers mounted on many Web servers, and papers submitted by scholars seeking early comments and partners.
In political science, as in many other disciplines, there is a strong drive to put research on the Web as e-prints, which may never have been intended for publication; preprints, already accepted for publication; or already published articles that authors obtain the right to place on the Web. These are referred to as open access publications. The following two resources provide access to a vast body of such research.
Social Science Research Network
SSRN encourages the early distribution of research results: currently includes more than 190,000 abstracts and more than 155,000 downloadable full text documents in twelve areas of the social sciences, including political science.
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