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Gerald R. Sherratt Library

 

Political Science: Find Articles

Guide to selected print and electronic political science information sources available to SUU students, faculty and staff. For more information or help, contact the Department Librarian below or Library Reference at 865-8040.

Start Your Research Here

Following is a selected list of databases to begin your research. To access all SUU research databases go to the Library / Research / Articles & Journals:

Key Resources: Political Science

What the icons mean

Is there full text?

 = full text available
 = limited full text or abstracts only

Source details:

 = open access (no login required)
UALC icon = provided by Utah Academic Library Consortium
 = statistics
 = U.S. Government source

Format:

 = Media: audio, video, images
 = MS Word
 = MS Excel
 = MS PPT
 = PDF

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan enables current SUU students, faculty, and staff to request books or receive electronic copies of articles that are available from other libraries.

To use Interlibrary Loan, from the library homepage, scroll down and click on Interlibrary Loan under Using the Library.

  • If you've searched the Library Catalog and discover the SUU library doesn't have the book you need. Book requests will be delivered in approximately one week of request.
  • If you've searched the Full Text Finder or Find Journals by Title for a journal that has an article you want and find that the SUU library doesn't have access to that journal. Articles will be delivered as electronic (pdf) copies to your Interlibrary Loan account, usually within a few days.

myEBSCOhost

MyEBSCOhost allows you to save articles to personal folders, set up search and journal alerts. In any EBSCO database, click the Sign In link at the top of the page and Create a new Account.

After signing into your account, resume searching and click on the Add to Folder link under articles to put that article in your personal folders.