Why pay for scholastic scholarly content when it's included in your tuition? GSU Library has scholarly databases.
You can search the following databases simultaneously. Just click the link for Academic Search Complete, click the "choose databases" link, and then select other databases relevant to your search.
Limit your search to peer-reviewed journals by navigating to your search results page, and selecting the "Limit To" option located in the left-side column. Then, select "Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals."
Note subject headings that appear in your results, and consider clicking on them to explore alternative keywords for your search strategy.
You can search the following databases simultaneously. Just click the link for Sociological Abstracts, then before doing your search, click the "Change Databases" link. Select other databases relevant to your search, and then click "Use Selected Databases."
Limit your search to peer-reviewed journals by navigating to your search results page, and then navigating to the "Source Type" setting in the left-side column. Then, click the "Use Selected Databases" button.
Note subject headings in your results, and consider clicking on them to explore alternative keywords for your search strategy.
To see the full-text links available through GSU Library: On the Google Scholar main page, click the menu icon in the top left of the screen, then click "Settings." At the next screen, click "Library Links," search for Georgia State University, select "Georgia State University - FullText @ GSU," and then click save. When looking at search results, instead of clicking the article title to access it, click on FullText @ GSU link to be routed through GSU-access (you might have to click a double-arrow under the citation to see all of the options).
Ageline (gerontology/aging topics)
APA PsycINFO (social-psychology topics)
ATLA Religion Database (religion in the Atlanta-area)
CINAHL Plus with Full Text (gerontology/aging/health-related topics)
Communication & Mass Media Complete (media topics)
ERIC (education-related topics)
BrowZine works by consolidating academic journals from multiple publishers in the GSU Library collection into an easily browsable newsstand format for your mobile device or web browser.
As its name suggests, BrowZine is designed for browsing recent scholarship in journals you read regularly or in tracking specific subject areas. Older backfiles (pre-2005) are not generally available within this service. For more in-depth research or to find articles on a specific topic, we recommend subject specific databases or Discover search. For access to the library's full range of back issues, please search our Journal List.
*You can also do the above in the EBSCOhost Discover search, if you'd like to search across all the EBSCOhost databases plus many others.
In Google Scholar:
In Web of Science:
In ProQuest Databases (e.g. Sociological Abstracts):
When this happens, notice that below the "no full text available" message, there is an option for an additional service: "Request through ILLiad."
ILLiad is our interlibrary loan service. It is a free service. We will try to get the article from another library for you. If we are successful, the article will be available to you in about 1-2 business days. If you have never requested an article through interlibrary loan before and need help, contact the global studies librarian.