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Finding Scholarly Articles on Any Topic
Finding Scholarly Sources in Specific Disciplines
To find scholarly journal articles related to your topic, think about which disciplines or subject areas might be interested in your topic.
For example, if the topic relates to mental health, then psychology would be a relevant subject area. On the Clark Library's list of databases, you can quickly identify the most important databases in each area. https://libguides.up.edu/az.php
Think Tank Search
Find publications written by partisan and non-partisan public policy research groups. Choose the "About us" page for each think tank to determine if they are partisan or non-partisan.
The U.S. government's official web portal. Find federal agencies and links to federal and state government web sites.
Provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
A data-driven portrait of the American population, government finances, and government’s impact on society. Relies exclusively on publicly available government data sources.
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