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SOC310 Youth Justice

Finding Journal Articles

Use the databases below to find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles for your assignments.

Check out our YouTube video for information on scholarly/academic sources and an explanation of peer review.

Need help developing keywords?  Check out  the University of Houston Libraries' YouTube video and our Keyword Worksheet.

Need help using boolean operators?  Check out the UTM Library's guide, Searching with Boolean Operators.

For help using Sociological Abstracts, check out our YouTube video.  For additional information on truncation (*), quotation marks (" "), and wildcards (?) in Sociological Abstracts, click here.

Sociology and Criminology:

Political Science:

History:

Indigenous Studies:

Multi/Interdisciplinary databases in Social Sciences and Humanities:

Legal Databases:


Can't find what you're looking for? Check out the Bora Laskin Law Library's Guide to Finding Law Journal and Journal Articles for links to more resources.

Searching LexisNexis Quicklaw, WestlawNext, and HeinOnline isn't intuitive.  Check out the help documentation below for instructions and search tips:

 The Library does not subscribe to all WestlawNext and Quicklaw modules.  If you need assistance, please contact the Sociology Liaison Librarian.

Is Your Article Peer-Reviewed?

Not sure if your article is peer-reviewed? Check out our PDF guide below for instructions on how to search Ulrich's Periodical.