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Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity

CRST Research Guide

Databases for Journal Articles

Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity is an interdisciplinary field.  Subject areas may cross sociology, psychology, political science, and other areas of study.  For a variety of approaches and perspectives on research and topics, try several different databases.

Where's the full article?

You have found the perfect article, now you want the full article.
Here's what you do:

  1.  Look for the link: PDF (or HTML) Full Text. This is the full article.

  2.  If there is no PDF for the article, look for the Find It at St. Kate's button. If we have the article in another database, you might be linked right to the article. Sometimes you will be linked to the journal, and you can navigate to the year, issue and page you need.

  3.  Unfortunately, sometimes the article will not be available in any St. Kate's resource. In that case, your best option is to request a digital scan of the article. Use the link provided.

Allow 3-5 days for electronic deliver of scanned articles. There is no charge to you for this service.
 

Databases for Journal Articles

Critical Studies - More databases to try

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