IST 174: International Studies: Facts and Fictions
Use reference sources to get ideas for topics, to get background
information, and to guide you to additional information.
- Patterns of global terrorism 1985-2005
- REF HV6431 .P3773 2005 Vols 1-2
- Terrorism: essential primary documents
- REF HV6431 .T465 2006
- Regional guide to international conflict and management from 1945 to 2003
- REF D842 .B464 2004
- Encyclopedia of modern ethnic conflicts
- REF GN496 .E56 2003
- Encyclopedia of politics and religion 2nd ed.
- REF BL65 .P7 E53 2007
- Globalization : the key concepts
- REF JZ1318 .G5645 2007
- Immigration and migration
- REF JV6201 .B35 2008
- Encyclopedia of world poverty
- REF HV12 .E54 2006 Vols 1-3
- Encyclopedia of global health
- SCI REF RA441 .E53 2008
- Dictionary of health economics and finance
- SCI REF RA410 .A3 D53 2007
AccessScience @ McGraw-Hill: The Online Encyclopedia of Science & Technology
Encyclopedia of genocide and crimes against humanity
IST 174: International Studies: Facts and Fictions- Statistics
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INDEXES & ARTICLE COLLECTIONS
- Business Source Premier
- A comprehensive business research database, providing full text access for more than 1,100 peer-reviewed business publications and over 8,000 other periodicals. Covers marketing, management, accounting, finance and economics. Detailed profiles of 10,000 companies are included. Updated daily.
- CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online)
- A comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs. It publishes a wide range of scholarship from 1991 onward that includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from NGOs, foundation-funded research projects, proceedings from conferences, books, journals and policy briefs.
- General Science Full Text
- Journals and magazines from the U.S. and Great Britain, covering all major scientific fields. Indexing from 1984 to present, abstracting from 1993 to present.
- Historical Abstracts
- Comprehensive international historical coverage (excluding the U.S. and Canada) from 1450 to the present. Covers abstracts from 1955 to the present.
- A collection of abstracts and articles from over 100 scholarly journals, many dating from the nineteenth-century to the last 4 or 5 years. Choose PRINT from within JStor to print articles at proper margin settings. You may need to go to SET PREFERENCES to select desired Printing preferences. Choose PDF: Economy. Call the Reference Desk (x4217) or Ask Andy for assistance.
- Lexis Nexis Academic
- Connections to newspaper articles (including New York Times and Washington Post), business information (including SEC filings), and legal resources (including state and federal case law).
- Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS) is an index to policy-oriented literature (books, journal articles and U.S. and foreign government documents). International coverage of information about political,
economic and social issues and events in specific countries. Covers 1972 to the present.
- Social Sciences Full Text
- Indexes over 300 English-language periodicals covering anthropology, economics, psychology, social work, sociology, and related fields. Covers 1983 to the present.
JOURNALS, MAGAZINES & NEWSPAPERS, INTERLIBRARY LOAN (ILL)
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