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Social Work: Articles
This guide is a compilation of library and Internet resources that may be useful in doing research for Social Work classes.
Indexing and abstracts for articles in social work and human services journals.
1. Click on the Find It! icon to locate the full text of articles in your results. This link will attempt to retrieve full text from another provider if we have a subscription.
2. If we don't have access to the full text of the article, you can request it through a process called interlibrary loan (ILL). Use the ILL link below to make a request.
Index to articles in scholarly journals from all fields of study, plus the ability to search these articles' bibliographies by cited author or work. Conference proceedings are also included.
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Entries include information about whether the journal or magazine is a scholarly journal, consumer magazine, etc.
Search the internet for the web site of the journal, which frequently includes instruction for authors. Some instructions will use the phrase "peer reviewed." Others will say that manuscripts are sent for blind review, reviewed by a committee, or anonymously reviewed.
As you search for articles in the library's research databases, look for an option to limit your search to scholarly journals or peer-reviewed journals. These kinds of filters aren't perfect. It is still important to double-check the journal's web site if you have any doubts.