Guide to resources that support research in Journalism studies.
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2011
This site is
designed to provide fast and effective access to database resources in
support of the study and research in journalism and mass communication. START by accessing the primary
databases to the right.
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These databases are key resources for locating journal articles and books on literary criticism, interpretation, and theory.
Primary professional literature of the communication(s) field covering human communication studies, speech communication, rhetoric, journalism, mass communication, etc.
This site is excellent for finding world news and spans several years (varying by publication). However, it is weak on Pacific Northwest news resources.
Access World News: Research Collection
This is a great resource for world and national news, especially for the Western U.S., and it goes back to 1992.
Alternative Press Index and Alternative Press Index Archive
Indexes alternative, radical and left periodicals, newspapers and magazines. Covers international and interdisciplinary issues of cultural, economic, political & social change.
An interdisciplinary database which offers non-mainstream viewpoints from newspapers, magazines and journals of the ethnic, minority and native press.
This powerful search reaches nearly everything owned by the Mansfield Library--books, ebooks, articles, newspapers, digital collections...and more. Refine your search to find exactly what you need.
These databases provide additional sources of information for literary research. Use them to locate supportive historical and related information. Review a list of all Mansfield Library databases here.
Use one of these sources to organize and format your bibliography.