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General sources that cover Journalism
Core sources for Journalism
Communication Abstracts (CSA) | | 1977- |
Click the link above, then Alphabetical List, either Quick Search or Advanced Search, and finally select this title from the list. Updated bimonthly, the database covers communication-related publications on a world-wide scale. Articles, reports, papers, and books from a variety of publishers, research institutions and information sources also are available on topics such as international literature in film studies, the role of technology in human communications, risk communication, crisis communication, and public opinions.
Humanities Full Text (Wilson Web) | | 1984- |
To search only this database, click Humanities (HUM) in the Subject Area menu of Wilson Web's OmniFile Full Text Mega. This database covers archaeology, area studies, art, classical studies, communications, dance, film, folklore, gender studies, history, journalism, linguistics, literary & social criticism literature, music, performing arts, philosophy, religion and theology.
Journalism & Mass Communications Abstracts | | 1965- |
Produced by the Chicago Tribune, this database, which is formerly known as Journalism Abstracts, includes abstracts of research-based dissertations and theses that were prepared by student authors and accepted for graduate degrees. Abstracts of creative projects done to complete a graduate degree are excluded. The abstracts appear alphabetically by the author's last name; the dissertations appear first, and the masters theses follow. They are indexed by institution, author, and subject. The subject index is a mixture of key words taken from the abstracts and general terms that are assigned by the editor.
Literature Resource Center with MLA International Bibl. |
This database offers information on works and literary figures from all time periods in genres such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, history, journalism, and more. It contains biographies, bibliographies, critical essays, overviews of literary works, authoritative author and literature related web sites, and approximately 250 well respected literary journals. It also provides access to MLA International Bibliography with Directory of Periodicals, Merriam-Webster's Encyclopedia of Literature, and the Gale Literary Index.
Scribner Writers Series | | |
For high school through college level, this database includes essays on the lives and works of 1,600+ important authors from around the world. It provides in-depth coverage of noted novelists, playwrights, poets, short story writers, essayists, journalists, critics, philosophers and writers for children and young adults
and contains 40+ essays on special topics in literature such as gothic novels, nature poetry, etc.