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Reference resources are a great way to get started with your research.
They can help you gather fast facts about a topic, focus your argument,
and find lists of further readings written by experts in the field. Use
the indexes and tables of contents to understand what you will find in
each and go from there.
Weekly publication covers the most current and controversial issues of the day with complete summaries, insight into all sides of the issues, bibliographies and more. Users may browse through articles in the current issue or search for past articles using words, dates or other criteria.
Extensive country information from various Economist Intelligence Unit publications, covering most countries and including politics, economics, business, markets and data. (Country Report, Country Profile, Country Monitor, and Business Newsletters.)
Issued annually since 1972, the Historic Document series provides full-text primary sources covering each year's most significant events. Presidential speeches, international agreements, and Supreme Court decisions are among the sources included.
INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES. You will need to conduct a book title search or select "I" under 'Browse by title'. Organizes the knowledge, theories, and methodologies of the social and behavioral sciences. Core disciplines covered are: anthropology, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology.