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- Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full-Text
600 worldwide journals (320 in full-text) provide in-depth coverage of criminology; criminal justice; corrections & prisons; criminal investigations; forensic sciences & investigation; substance abuse & addiction; probation & parole. Read more.
- Education Full Text (H.W. Wilson)
Over 1,120 journals indexed (350 in full-text) in all areas of education; extensive coverage of educational tests. Read more.
- ERIC (Educational Resource Information Center)
U.S. Department of Education database of journal articles and papers on education topics. 1.6 million records; includes content from Current Index to Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index. (Note: This database contains the same content as the free ERIC website, but with more extensive, feature-rich search functionality.) Read more.
- Family & Society Studies Worldwide
1.6 million records from 1930 onward cover academic policy & practice literature in family science, human ecology, human development & social welfare. Includes anthropology, sociology, psychology, demography, health sciences, education, economics, law, history & social work. Read more.
- Psychological & Behavioral Sciences Collection
Full-text coverage of 400 journals in the fields of psychiatry and psychology, emotions and behavior, mental processes, anthropology, and observational and experimental methods. Read more.
- Open Dissertations
Free open access to historical and contemporary academic dissertations and theses, combining content from the American Doctoral Dissertations database with additional metadata from a growing list of colleges and universities worldwide. Links to full text at the publishing schools or institutional repositories are included. Read more.
- SocINDEX with Full Text
Extensive, general-purpose social sciences resource with over 2 million articles, abstracts, books and conference papers in sociology, criminal justice, demography, gender studies, psychology, racial studies, social work, substance abuse, violence and other areas. Read more.
- Violence & Abuse Abstracts
350,000 references from 1971 to present cover family and intimate partner violence, sexual assault, emotional & physical abuse, violence & aggression in schools, LGBTQ issues, elder abuse, human trafficking, and cyberbullying. Read more.