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Politics, Languages and International Studies: Search the literature

Recommended reading

To find a recommended book, journal or article, use the Library Catalogue. To research a subject area use the specialist Library databases listed below.  

 

New to a topic?

Reference works, such as dictionaries and encyclopedias, can be a good place to start.

Finding literature

The following databases are listed from broad subject disciplines to the multidisciplinary.
  • When you find a reference of interest, click on links to find out whether the Library provides access to the full document, either online or within the Library's print collection. 
  • Try Learning at Bath for help with search skills and evaluating what you find.
 

Find newspaper articles

Search for theses and working papers

For postgraduates and researchers. the following are useful resources for theses and working papers.

Find archival collections

Need to find more?

The following resources are useful for in-depth searching or additional sources, such as finding out about research methods.

Finding literature: film, languages, international studies

The following resources cover tracing literature to finding video clips and programmes.

The following resources help trace foreign language materials.

The following resources cover a variety of literature related to specific countries or themes.

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Choose a research method

There are different types of research requiring different methodologies and considerations. Sage Research methods is a good starting point. To find additional literature try the library catalogue and databases such as Web of Science and Scopus.

Surveys of public opinion, attitudes, values & behaviours

What If the Library does not have the materials you need?