You can also research databases by specific subject or discipline. There are additional disciplinary databases available through the A to Z Database List. Look for the drop-down menu to the left labeled "All Subjects" and open it to select your area of interest.
Research Databases by Discipline
If you want or need only research articles from a specific discipline, using discipline specific databases is the most direct way to find them.
Academic Search Premier
A multidisciplinary database which provides full-text for over 4,650 scholarly publications, more than 3,600 of them peer-reviewed. Includes topics in the social sciences, humanities, general science, education and most areas of academic study.
Google Scholar Find scholarly literature (books and journal articles) on a wide variety of subjects using the Google search engine. Getit@ASU will link to the fulltext of articles as long as ASU Library subscribes to it.
Scopus is an abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and web sources with tools to track, analyze, and visualize research. Scopus provides access to a broad portfolio of peer-reviewed content from around the world.
Determining Disciplinary Perspective: Academic Search Premier
Here are some tips for determining the disciplinary perspective of journals found in an Academic Search Premier search.
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