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To search for articles on your topic, start with one of the Rutgers University Libraries subscription databases. Depending on your topic, there may be a number of helpful online resources. This guide identifies a few suggested ones (out of the hundreds of possible online resources available) from which you might be able to find relevant articles. Please see the boxes below for more information.
Academic Search Premier is a multi-disciplinary database with full text for more than 4,600 journals, including full text for nearly 3,900 peer-reviewed titles.
1) Depending on your topic, you may find searching by the following “SU Subject Terms” to be very helpful:
· Hurricane Katrina, 2005
· Post-traumatic stress disorder
· Muslims -- United States
2) Depending on your topic, you may find searching by the following “CO Company Entity” term to be very helpful:
· United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency
If your topic is related to psychology, consider looking for articles within these 2 databases:
If your topic is related to sociology, consider looking for articles within this database:
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