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CJ 3346: Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology: CJ Databases
This guide was created to support the Criminal Justice Research Methods 3346 classes.
Anthropology, community health and medicine, economics, environmental sciences, geography, international relations, law and criminology, police science, planning & public administration, psychology, psychiatry, political science, sociology, & social work.
Peer reviewed journal articles and books in psychology, counseling and related fields, such as sociology, linguistics, medicine, law, physiology, business, psychiatry, and anthropology. Includes international material selected from more than 2,500 periodicals in more than 27 languages. 1887-present.
Wiley Online Library Full Collection that provides full text access to over 1300 Wiley and Blackwell journals.
1997 to present, with select titles back to volume 1.
Tips for Finding Empirical Research
Only a few databases have a simple methods to locate empirical research. Using "empirical" as a keyword will find some studies, but miss others. Consider using terminology recommended by the Criminal Justice Abstracts and Sociological Abstriace subject indexes.