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Intro to Childhood Studies

This guide supports the Intro to Childhood Studies course at Rutgers-Camden.

Search in databases linked below based on your research subject area. These databases support searching using keywords and operators

Multi-Disciplinary Databases

  • QuickSearch: The library search bar which searches books, articles, and more. Use the left-sidebar to narrow to Peer-Reviewed Journals to see only academic articles.
  • Google Scholar: This link allows you to search Google Scholar and see a "Get it @ R" link next to every resource available from Rutgers University Libraries.
  • Academic Search PremierRutgers-restricted database covering nearly every area of academic study.
  • JSTORRutgers-restricted database covering humanities, sciences, and social sciences.
  • Project MuseRutgers-restricted database covering arts, humanities, social sciences, and mathematics. 

Literature, Film, Art, Education, and History

  • MLA International Bibliography: Rutgers-restricted database of critical scholarship on literature, language, linguistics, folklore, film, and the teaching of language and literature.
  • America: History & Life: Rutgers-restricted database which covers the United States and Canadian history and culture from prehistoric times to the present.
  • ERIC: Rutgers-restricted database covering topics related to education

Anthropology and Sociology

  • ProQuest Sociology: Rutgers-restricted database covering topics related to sociology, social work, and related social sciences.
  • Family & Society Studies Worldwide: Rutgers-restricted database with international coverage of family therapy, cross-cultural issues, minority groups, intermarriage, social policy, parenting, family relationships, foster care, and adoption.

Psychology and Medicine

  • PsycInfo: Rutgers-restricted database providing abstracts and citations to the scholarly literature in the behavioral sciences and mental health. 
  • Medline: Rutgers-restricted database providing bibliographic and abstract coverage of biomedical literature.

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