Combines Albert (books, videos, etc.) and Multisearch (articles)
Want to see if a journal is peer-reviewed? Check the title in Ulrich's. If it says Academic/Scholarly in the Content Type heading, then it is an academic journal, which may or may not be peer-reviewed. If it says "yes" next to Refereed? then it is a peer-reviewed journal. (The symbol for refereed is a black image that reminds me of gritted teeth). You can also use Ulrich's to find the full name of an abbreviated title. For instance if you type in: Pak J Med Sci, Ulrich's will display Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences.
Peer Review - video overview of what is and is not peer-reviewed, from Credo Reference
U.S. Bilateral Relations Fact Sheets - U.S. Department of State background notes, arranged by country.
Elections Around the World: Wiki provides a comprehensive and detailed anaylses of recent elections. Now a part of Wikipedia.
Statesman's Year Book. (Ref 305 St29) New York: St. Martin's, Annual.
Constitutions, Treaties and Official Declarations Around the World - An alphabetical listing of approximately 140 countries, with links to their constitutions, and other links if available to treaties.
Americas Program - Policy briefs and analysis from the International Relations Center. Includes information on migration, sustainable development, and trade.
Handbook of Latin American Studies (HLAS) - Searchable by subject. 1935 to present.
Search Albert by using keywords: country name and elections
Handbook of Social Justice in Education (Ref 370.115 Ay24h) New York: Routledge, 2009.
Sage Handbook of the Sociology of Religion (Ref 306.6 B388) Los Angeles: Sage, 2007.
Women and Politics Around the World: A Comparative History and Survey (Ref 305.4 G280) Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2009.
Chicago Manual of Style Online. Also available in print in the reference room (Ref 808.02 Un3e)
Chicago Manual of Style (Author-Date) - a quick guide from the SMC Library
Quick Guide to Chicago Style from the Chicago manual publishers. Scroll down to the Author/Date tab, and select that for a list of examples of citation.
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