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WRI 193/194 Captivating Animals: 4)Specialized Article Databases

Selected Science/Technology databases

Selected Literature databases

 

Selected History databases

Selected Performing Arts databases

More Dance, Music, and Theather databases

Selected Philosophy databases

List of all databases by subject

Selected Sociology / Psychology / Anthropology databases

More Sociology, Psychology and Anthrolopology Databases

General Interest Databases

Selected Religion databases

Selected Politics databases

Law Review and Law Journals

The databases listed below contain law journal articles.  Before citing a law review article, it is worthwhile to learn the author's affiliation, usually listed in the article's first footnote. Law journals regularly publish student-written articles, sometimes called "notes."   While these student-written articles can often be high-quality, they might have less authority than a faculty-written article.  Even when this is the case, s student-written can be quite valuable for its citations to related sources.