This guide will help you find books, journals, web sites and more related to social work, as well as course-specific research guides.
Last Updated: May 20, 2014
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Start with one or more of these databases to find journal articles--including peer-reviewed articles--on social work and related topics. A full listing of Babson Library's databases is available on the library's Databases page. For help using the databases or locating articles, please Ask the Library.
- Social Work Abstracts
Indexes citations to journals and dissertations in social work and social issues related to casework.
An excellent source of information on sociology and the social sciences, including full text for journals and information on books, dissertations, etc.
Information on psychology and related disciplines, including journal articles and book chapters.
- Global Issues in Context
Information on key issues and events across the world, broken down by issue and by country. Issues are framed by editorial essays and updated with current int'l news information.
Covers journal and report literature in disciplines related to education.
- Criminal Justice Abstracts
Covers essential areas related to criminal justice and criminology.
If you're looking for more articles, try Google Scholar. You can even use the Get It link (in the right-column or under "More") to see if Babson Library has a copy of the article.
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