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How do I find journal articles?
Should I use the Library's Summon or onesearch facility or Search a specific Database?
Summon is a great place to start to search for journal articles.
If you're not finding much
you're finding too much
you need to do a really thorough search
you're after specific types of information then,
you'll need to use a database.
See the database recommendations on this page.
Some journal databases
Academic Source Complete Academic Search Complete is a scholarly collection offering thousands of full-text journals covering a broad range of important areas of academic study including: anthropology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, engineering, ethnic & multicultural studies, geology, law, materials science, mathematics, music, pharmaceutical sciences, physics, psychology, religion & theology, veterinary science, women's studies, zoology
Group Processes and dynamics is contained within a number of subject areas. You may need to search several databases for articles on your topic. Here are some of the best sources for articles
ERIC: Education Resources Information Center
contains education research and practice, including child development, learning and cognition, curriculum and instruction, and the philosophy and history of education, at all age levels.
Journals in the practice and research of psychology. Limit to "PsycARTICLES" for this resource.
SocIndex with Full Text
Sociology and related fields, including anthropology, criminology, economic development, social work, politics, religion, and many others.