|Government - Article Databases
Use these to find articles, essays, book reviews, conference papers and more in scholarly journals and magazines. Some
databases may include book chapters; some now include web site links with abstracts.
Search Complete EBSCO
History and Life with Full Text EBSCO
Features: American History CLIO
Notes allow you to browse through chronologies of significant historical events and themes.
- Google Scholar
- Peer-reviewed articles; some indexing, some free full text.
- GPO-U.S.Government Publications FirstSearch
Abstracts with Full Text EBSCO
International Complete EBSCO
- Political Science
Features: subject-specific thesaurus
Government - Reference Materials
- Points of
View Reference Center
essays that present multiple sides of 270+ current issues, each with an overview (objective background/description), point (argument), counterpoint (opposing
argument), and Critical Thinking Guide. (not
integrated with other EBSCOhost databases)
Search: Advanced keyword, Browse by Category, View All Topics
Special Feature: Includes Primary Source Documents
- Credo Reference Center
- 510+ online full text reference titles. Includes:
Culture in ...! Media, Arts. and Lifestyle
See: Pop Culture Russia! Me dia, Arts, and
- Special Feature: Concept Map see
In the Library, LRC-4th Floor
The print Reference Collection includes handbooks, subject dictionaries and encyclopedias, history and criticism and more. To find specific reference
titles, use the Library catalog and limit your results to "Reference Collection."
Reference Collection books for:
Subject -- drama | theater
are shelved in Library of Congress (LC) call number order, so similar subjects will be shelved next to each other.
Reference books cannot be checked; however, some titles may have a duplicate in the main collection that is available for checkout. Search the title you need in the library catalog
to see if the book is located elsewhere in the library and availability for checkout.
Government - ORU ebooks
Do a search. Click the Chapter
to view the 20 most relevant chapters from your ebooks results list.
ebrary titles in a specific call number section (shown right):
Use Advanced search. Change Search in menu to LC Call Number. Type
the call numbers(see LC outlines). Click Search
It's like browsing virtual ebrary shelves.
Collection (Previously the NetLibrary collection)
For general information on
ebooks see: Find...Books & ebooks
Government - Periodicals & eJournals
A to Z Journals List (journals, magazines, trade publications, etc.)
Political Science 100+
To find articles
in or browse a specific journal
- Go to Philosophy,
Psychology and Religion subject listing in the A-Z Journals List to view the sub-categories for that subject.
- CLICK Ethics under the Philosophy heading.
- FIND Journal of Religious Ethics.
Note that date restrictions vary for the databases listed. Click the database title that has the relevant date(s) for your research.
- Examples, if available:
CLICK Oral Roberts University Library Catalog to view in-house items (microform, print, bound, CD-ROM)
CLICK ATLA Religion database with ATLA Serials to go to a list of all available full text journal articles.
CLICK Academic Search Complete to go to Publication Details for "Journal of Religious Ethics." Use the "Search within
this publication" link and type a term or topic you want to find in the journal. Or, choose a year > issue to browse articles within an
issue. Article results are in page order. **
** Important: From the A-Z Journals List, an ATLA Religion Database link displays all of the articles for the journal. Most
other database links go to the journal Publication Details, as in the examples above (ATLA cf. Academic Search Complete).
citation options in EBSCO databases, click the article title to go to full record view. A Cite link will be in the right sidebar.
- For general information see: Find...Periodicals (Journals, Magazines, etc.)
Government - Internet Resources
- Statistics and Data
- The Gallup Organization
- Polls on social issues, ethics, values, etc <h.ttp://www.gallup.com>
Public interest statistics from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies.
FedStats: Statistical Reference Shelf
- See: Library Guide Government Internet Resources