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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)

Locating Scholarly Articles from Peer-Reviewed (Refereed) Journals




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Peer-Review Check - OneSearch (library website)

 Type the title of a journal article into OneSearch to determine whether the journal it was published in is peer reviewed.


If the journal that this article was published in a blue icon and PEER REVIEWED label will appear in the results.


If your article doesn't appear in the OneSearch results -
which will happen if we don't subscribe to the journal -
you can still generate a OneSearch record by clicking on
the option Expand My Results -
found on the right-hand side of the results page.