Useful Rutgers University Databases:
To access the Rutgers University LIbraries collection, go to libraries.rutgers.edu. You can access the Rutgers collection anytime you are at the Paul Robeson Library.
Academic Search Premier: Use this for scholarly articles on your topic.
CQ Researcher- provides reports on current topics and debates, including a pro/con debate questions, and rich bibliographies.
Factiva: Full text access to news articles from a variety of publications including The New York Times
Wall Street Journal: Full access text to news articles
Philadelphia Inquirer: Full Access text to news articles
Use the Rutgers Library catalog to search for books. Click on the "books and media" tab to search for books Books are arranged by subejct call numbers, write down the call number of the book you would like, you can also use call numbers to browse the book son your topic in the library stacks.
*If you live in Cherry Hill, Collingswood, or Haddonfield, your use the local library page for additional books:
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