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Once you have chosen a political science research topic, you will need to do a literature review to see what else has been written on this subject. Use the links in this guide to help you search for scholarly articles in periodical literature and other academic writing in books, theses, and dissertations.
Fulltext multidisciplinary database of academic journals, magazines, periodicals and other reports, 19th century to present.
Academic Search Ultimate is an excellent source of scholarly journals in all academic disciplines. More than 13,600 journals are indexed and full text is provided for more than 9,000. Searchable cited references are provided for selected titles
Scholarly research in all major fields of philosophy, 1940 to present.
Major research areas:
Philosophy of Education
Philosophy of History
Philosophy of Language
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Science
Select "Journals A-Z", then select "Political Science"-- The Annual Review of Political Science covers the year's most significant developments.
Annual Reviews is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide the worldwide scientific community with a useful and intelligent synthesis of the primary research literature for a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines.
Annual Reviews publications are among the most highly cited
in scientific literature as indexed by the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® (JCR).
Searchable database of deceptive and predatory academic journals.
Blacklist Violations and Criteria List
Cabells analyzes suspected publications against over 60 behavioral indicators to for inclusion on the Blacklist. Each report provides ways to identify the journal and enumerates the specific predatory behaviors that the evaluation revealed.
Cabell's Predatory Reports helps researchers and potential authors identify journals that are published using questionable, suspicious, or deceptive strategies.
Journals listed in this directory are designated as predatory. Predatory publishers lie about their business practices for the purpose of pure profit; or in other words, they publish anything submitted by authors willing to pay the article processing fees. The most common lies involve:
peer review practices
editorial board members
Predatory publishers manufacture journal content that contaminates and undermines the trustworthiness of scholarly academic publishing.