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Multidisciplinary Databases

To find scholarly, news or magazine articles you can start by using the following multi-disciplinary databases (meaning they cover a range of subject areas), or you can search in the subject-specific databases listed on this page.

Subject Databases

The databases listed contain citations and sometimes the full text of journal articles related to particular topics. Depending on your research question, you may want to explore other subject-specific resources. For more databases, you can try our A-Z Databases page.

Subject-Specific Journals

Anatomy of a scholarly article

Peer Review

Is my journal article peer reviewed or refereed?

Search for your journal title (NOT article title) below, in Ulrich's. 

If you see a little referee shirt icon in Ulrichsweb - Refereed icon - the journal's record indicates it is refereed. That means it's likely your article has been peer reviewed (unless it's a book review, editorial, or something other than an actual article).

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