Government, Law, And Political Science
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Abstracting and Indexing
International Political Science Abstracts * * *
1989-present; abstracts information from major journals in political science, including public law, and international relations.
PAIS International * * *
1914-present; includes periodicals, books, hearings, reports, gray literature, government publications, and Internet resources. Subjects include politics, public policy, government, international relations, law and ethics, human rights, economics, business, finance, and other social sciences.
Policy File * * *
Current; indexes research and publications on public policy. Includes links to web resources.
Social Sciences Citation Index
1900-present; source for information in all major social sciences disciplines. Useful for retrieving recent articles which cite a known earlier article.
AccessUN * * *
1944-present; provides access to current and retrospective United Nations documents and publications.
American FactFinder * * *
Current; a new data access and dissemination system that provides useful facts and information about your community, your economy, and your society.
CQ Researcher * * *
1991-present; explores a single "hot" issue in the news in depth each week. Topics range from the environment, health, education and science, technology and social issues.
1983-present; pre-eminent resource for Congress-watchers who need non-partisan information on Capitol Hill.
Declassified Documents Reference System
1979-present; provides an index and abstracts to nearly 75,000 declassified documents from the CIA, FBI, Department of State, Department of Defense, National Security Council, and other agencies.
LexisNexis Academic * * *
Current; said to be the world's largest full-text, online database, containing more than a billion full-text articles, citation abstracts, and documents. Emphasis is on current news and legal and business information. For help in getting started, see Introduction to LexisNexis Video Tutorial.
Polling the Nations
1986-present; Polling the Nations is a compilation of more than 14,000 surveys conducted by more than 700 polling organizations in the United States and more than 80 other countries. Each of the records reports a question asked and the responses given, the polling organization responsible for the work, the date the information was released, the sample size, and the universe, i.e., the groups or areas included in the interview.
E-Journals for law
E-Journals for political science