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Background and historical research
Routledge Handbook of Immigration and Refugee Studies
Publication Date: Oct.2015
Browse or search 43 chapters with references and links to many sources, covering:
• Integration and citizenship
• Migration, families and welfare
• Smuggling and trafficking in human beings
• Asylum and forced migration
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Links to scholarly books, articles and more. Results are incomplete and vary greatly by subject. Always use the libraries' research databases for a complete search of scholarly topics.
Articles and more in-depth materials
Search the EBSCO databases listed below, all at the same time!
Academic Search Ultimate [EBSCO] Full text for 10,000+ scholarly publications in the social sciences, humanities, arts, and sciences from around the world.
Social Sciences Abstracts [EBSCO] 1983+ Abstracts and some full text of articles from 550+ sources in anthropology, political science, economics, psychology, geography, and sociology; with interviews, obituaries, and book reviews.
Gender Studies Database [EBSCO] 1972+ with some earlier coverage Combines Women's Studies International and Men's Studies Database, with added coverage on sexual diversity issues; includes a wide array of scholarly and popular sources.
Historical Abstracts with Full Text [EBSCO] 1956+
Allows limiting to time period you are studying.
Index Islamicus [EBSCO] 1906+
Lists articles, books, essays, reviews on Islam, the Middle East & the Muslims worldwide. Covers art, archaeology, economics, history, law, literature, philosophy, politics, religion, sciences, etc.
Communication & Mass Media Complete [EBSCO]
Full text for 300+ journals and indexing for 300+ others.
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Zotero! + handout
A Smith libraries guide to using Zotero, a free online tool that helps you gather, manage, store, and generate citations and bibliographies.