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POL AMER 3150 - Public Opinion and Voting Behavior

This guide provides options for locating peer-reviewed articles on voter behavior and the formation of public opinion. Advice and examples for citing sources in Chicago or Turabian (Author/Date)

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Locating Scholarly Articles from Peer-Reviewed (Refereed) Journals

          

            

            

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For instance if I search for journals with the words "special education" in the title UlrichsWeb indicates that:

Rural Special Education Quarterly is refereed (it is peer reviewed)

Advances in Special Education is not

Special Education in Canada is not

 

How to use UlrichsWeb to determine if an article is peer-reviewed (refereed)