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Globalization

     Globalization, Governance & World Order

Below are the principle databases which can help you access scholarly articles on this topic.

International Political Science Abstracts
Citations to articles from international political science periodicals, 1951-present.

JSTOR
Core scholarly journals from a range of disciplines, dating from the earliest issue of each journal to a few years before present. (JSTOR is 100% full-text.)

PAIS International
Public and social policy literature in political science, international relations, social sciences. Articles, government documents, reports, 1915-.

International Political Science Abstracts
Citations to articles from international political science periodicals, 1951-present.

Columbia International Affairs Online: CIAO
Full-text working and position papers, books, and journals, from international affairs research institutes, 1991-present.

Sage Journals Online
More than 485 journals in business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology and medicine, 1999-present.

Project Muse
Scholarly journals in the humanities and social sciences published by university presses; searchable by journal issue, author, and keyword, 1996-present.

CQ Press Political Reference Suite
A starting point for federal government research. Directories, yearbooks, and documents from all three branches. Current.

PolicyFile
Full text policy papers from think tanks, research institutes, and agencies.

NBER (National Bureau of Economic Research) Working Papers
Papers on specialized topics in economics from a nonpartisan thinktank, 1998-present.

Globalization is a broad topic, which touches upon economics, sociology, education, law, etc. Use the database locator to find other indexes and full-text resources which might aid in your work.


 

Book searching

Beyond searching the Five Colleges combined library catalog, students should also search WorldCat, which will give them access to a database with over a billion holdings worldwide.

You can access WorldCat in three ways: using UMA WorldCat on the library home page, as a dedicated database search, and as a free, publicly-accessible site. However, the last will not function with Interlibrary Loan.

Some suggested subject headings include:

Globalization
International economic relations
Transnationalism
World politics
Civil society
Social justice
etc., etc.
Each of these headings contains numerous subheadings, highlighting these issues in countries, regions, etc.

 For further assistance, please contact

Dr. Peter Stern
Political Science Bibliographer
545-3967
pstern@library.umass.edu

 

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