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Research Toolkit workshops are designed to address the most common challenges students face in doing college-level research, including navigating databases, locating relevant sources, and making sense of information once it is found.
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Journals in Urban Affairs
These are some of the journals in the discipline of Urban Affairs. This is NOT a complete list. The best way to access journals on a topic is to use the research databases listed in the Articles tab of this Research Guide.
Search hundreds of scholarly, subject-specific reference titles in many topic areas, including the arts, business, education, history, the sciences, technology, literature, and the social sciences. Excellent for in-depth overviews of terms or concepts. Search individual e-books or whole collections.
How would you find the full text for the following citation? This happens most frequently when you look in the footnotes or bibliography of an article--this is a great way to find primary sources on your topic as well.
Zhang, Hua, et al. " The geography of Zambia's customary land: Assessing the prospects for smallholder development." Land Use Policy, 55 (September 2016): 49-60.