Another approach to finding articles is to browse specific journals known to publish articles on your area of interest. The following journal titles contain articles on topics related to this class. Browse either the paper copies in the library or by using the electronic databases that index the articles.
Search for articles within all of these journals and more using an article index/database like EconLit or Social Science Citation Index. Use the "Publication" filters to limit to known journals like these.
Some titles are going to be too dense, too advanced, or too specialized to be of much use to you for this assignment. A few of these titles are likely to show up in your searches because they are prominent journals in the field. Save yourself time and frustration by trying to avoid articles from these journals (for now).
If you want to know if Carleton subscribes to a particular journal (print and/or electronic), do one of the following:
If the journal is available electronically, follow the link. If a journal is available in paper at Carleton, write down the call number.
2. From within a bibliographic database, click the "Find It" button to see if Carleton subscribes to that journal. Follow the links to full text or print information.
Do you use a feed reader on your phone or mobile device? Or even on your computer? If not, you should take a look. Feed readers let you see new content from many different sources in one place. My favorites are Feedly and Flipboard. I also use Pocket to save copies of the most interesting things I read. Here are some great sites to visit regularly and add to your feed reader.
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