This guide links to database and website recommendations to which will help you locate scholarship for your literature reviews, including:
- Finding Tertiary Sources: Tertiary sources help you gather background information on your topic so you can refine your research question. This page includes Credo Reference as well as a selection of encyclopedias focused on protest, social movements and activism.
- Finding Scholarly Articles: Scholarly articles will make up the backbone of your research. This page includes the best databases for political science and related subject areas research.
- Finding Primary Sources: Need primary sources like images, diaries, government documents, speeches, interviews, etc? This page includes databases containing primary sources on topics related to protests and social movements.
- Finding Images, Video, and Graphical Content: Images, video, and other graphics are important inclusions in your video essay to talk about your protest case. This page provides links to databases and resources containing graphical content.
- Help with Citing: Learn about the citation management tool, Zotero. Zotero can help you keep your research organized, as well as create in-text citations and bibliographies for your papers.