This guide is designed to get you started with political science research. If you need additional help please Ask a Librarian or contact political science liaison Annie Tummino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search for books held at Queens College or the whole CUNY system. You can also order books from other CUNY schools to come to Queens College, or utilize their libraries directly. OneSearch also functions as a "one stop shop" for various kinds of resources, including journal articles, media, and more.
Nexis Uni offers intuitive searching for all levels of research experience, empowering students to Access discipline-focused pages with curated news, featured publications, and relevant court cases for Political Science, Business, and Criminal Justice majors. Catalogue Link:OneSearch.
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To use Social Explorer remotely, save, and share projects, please create a personal account.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Please sign to QC Library when prompted to browse articles within the Queens College Library collections. Catalogue Link:OneSearch.
Remote access to Google Scholar may not always work. In such cases we advise that you follow the steps below or review the FAQ on Google Scholar
How to access QC subscribed articles via Google Scholar: 1.Access Google Scholar via the un-proxied version: Google Scholar 2. From the Menu Icon on the Top Left select Settings then Library Links 3. In Library Links, search for Queens College then select "Queens College --> Fulltext at QC" 4. SAVE and return to the Google Scholar Homepage 5. You should be able to search for articles. When you see the "Queens College --> Fulltext at QC", select to either be re-directed to the Library Catalogue, OneSearch or asked to login to the library proxy in order to access articles. 6. Please review the FAQ on logging into the library proxy. Should you have any additional questions, please contact our Electronic Resources Librarian by completing the Electronic Resources Access Form.
Social Services Abstracts provides bibliographic coverage of current research focused on social work, human services, and related areas, including social welfare, social policy, and community development (1979-current). Catalogue Link:OneSearch.