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Social Justice: Journal Articles & Databases

Information on books, journals, databases and other useful social justice resources.

What Is Peer Review?

Articles in peer reviewed journals have been assessed before publication by subject experts. This means they are the 'gold' standard in academic articles. You will be expected to use peer reviewed journal articles in your assignments.

Full Lists of Databases and eJournals

Follow these links and pick a subject to see a longer listing for your subject:

Pick your subject for a full list of eJournals

Pick your subject for a full list of databases

Journals, Databases, Bibliographies & Citations

Below is a list of the key databases for Social Justice research that are accessible through UCD subscriptions. Be sure to log in to the 'Online Tools' when accessing these resources off campus.

Bibliographies and Citations are excellent tools to assist your search for relevant journal articles, books, book reviews, conference proceedings and other resources that you may not find by direct searching.

JSTOR: Subject Searching for Articles

Watch a short tutorial on how to search for information on a subject in JSTOR:

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