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Communications

Subject Specific Databases:

Communication & Mass Media Complete
Access: Network Restricted
Coverage: 1915-present
Content: Full-text, abstracts, and indexing for more than 500 journals and selected coverage of 200 more, with a combined coverage of 690 titles in communications, mass media, and other closely related fields. (380 titles are full-text).

MLA (Modern Language Association)
Access: 1963-present
Coverage: InfoTrac, Literature Resource Center, network restricted
Content: Citation indexing of scholarly research in over 3,000 journals and series in literature, language, linguistics, and folklore. It also covers relevant monographs, working papers, proceedings, bibliographies, and other formats.

Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Access: InfoTrac, network restricted
Coverage: 1980-present
Content: Full-text magazine and news articles of information on social issues. Access viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, and links to websites. Subjects include abortion, animal rights, bioethics, crime, education, health care, national security, pollution, sex education, women's rights, and more.

Project Muse
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: varies (most titles cover the previous 2-5 years)
Content: Full-text Film Studies journals include: Camera Obscura, Cinema Journal, Film History: An International Journal, The Moving Image, and Wide Angle, and many more.

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