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Getting Started  -  The University at Albany libraries provides access to quality information on a vast range of political science topics.  To find library information on a particular topic researchers generally begin with a search of a database providing references, and in some instances the full text, of documents pertinent to the topic.  These documents include journal articles, books, research reports, government documents, etc.  Many of the search techniques students apply in using an Internet search engine can be adapted to searching these databases.  The major difference is that the databases have some additional search features which allow the researcher to obtain a more topically relevant set of results, and the information referenced in the databases has been selected to make sure that it meets general academic standards.  


Researchers should search both the University Libraries’ online catalog, Minerva, and the subject specific databases for political science.  The latter can be accessed by clicking “Database” from the libraries home page and then selecting “political science” from the list of subjects.

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