A good general starting point if you are looking for journal articles on a specific subject is to use the library's Discover service. Discover is a fast, broad search across the majority of the library's full text resources.
Databases allow you to perform more focused searches which can help you find relevant information more quickly.
- Proquest Central is a large multidisciplinary database with over 19,000 journal titles (millions of articles) in full text. The data covers 1905 to present. As well as journal articles, the database includes international newspapers and dissertations
- Web of Science Core Collection includes the Social Sciences Citation Index which indexes over 1700 major social sciences journals from 1900 onwards
- Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive indexes the core US and UK trade magazines in film, music, broadcasting and theatre
- International Bibliography of the Social Sciences is a unique resource which indexes over two million journal articles, book reviews and book chapters from 1951 to present providing international coverage of social science and related disciplines. Over 7000 books and 3000 journals are indexed annually