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SUL (Stanford University Libraries) Databases

Databases especially useful for -


History 48Q, South Africa: Contested Transitions
Political Science 143G, South African Politics: Liberation and Reconstruction.

To find the various databases below, see Stanford Libraries Databases: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/catdb/alldata.html

 

Academic One File (Gale - (has some full text articles)

Access World News (Newsbank)

Africa-Wide Information (Incorporating South African Studies and African Studies)

Biography and Genealogy Master Index (pretty good)

Biography Resource Center (full text)

Britannica Online (includes biographies)

Business Source Complete (from Ebsco, indexes African Business, Southern Africa Monitor, Economist, Finance Week [citations only])

Country Watch

ERIC (education citations)

Expanded Academic ASAP

Index Islamicus

Ingenta (for journal articles, some full text)

International ERIC (education citations)

ISI Web of Knowledge

Lexis-Nexis

Medline (same as PubMed)

MLA international bibliography

PAIS International

Political Science: SAGE Full-Text

PubMed (same as Medline)

SciSearch

World Biographical Information System (somewhat older sources)

World Catalog (OCLC)

World Development Indicators (WDI) Online  (obtain statistics and compare statistics between countries in an Excel spreadsheet)

World News Connection (English language translations of foreign television and radio broadcasts, newspaper & journal articles, plus press releases)

 

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