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Women's Studies Research Guide: Databases

What are databases?

Databases help you find articles that have appeared in periodicals.  They may also contain citations for books, book reviews, conference proceedings and papers, and images.

Periodical (n.):
A magazine or journal issued at regular or stated intervals (usually weekly, monthly, or quarterly).
Source: Oxford English Dictionary

Women's Studies Databases

Databases available via the Library website. Login required off campus.

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Why cite your sources?

  • Give credit to the ideas, words, and works of others
  • Allow readers to find your sources
  • Avoid plagiarism
  • Use this guide to help you formulate your citations and work cited page.

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