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International Development Studies - Finding Articles

For some assignments, our Discovery Service will give you enough sources to work with.

Sometimes you may want to try specific databases or journals – perhaps your lecturer has recommended particular names as a good way of finding articles. This page lists key sources for International Development Studies:

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An online information service providing free access to relevant, up-to-date and diverse research on international development issues. Eldis includes over 30,000 summaries and links to free full-text research and policy documents.

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A journal archive containing thousands of articles relevant to courses taken by International Development students

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One of the leading international journals in the field of development studies and social change. Development and Change is devoted to the critical analysis and discussion of the complete spectrum of development issues.

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A top, peer-reviewed journal that makes crucial links between research and policy in international development. Edited by staff of the Overseas Development Institute, the London-based think-tank on international development and humanitarian issues, it publishes single articles and theme issues on topics at the forefront of current development policy debate.

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An Oxfam journal which in each issue focuses on a topic of key interest to all involved in promoting gender equality through development. An up-to-the minute overview of the topic is followed by a range of articles from researchers, policy makers, and practitioners. Insights from development initiatives across the world are shared and analysed, and lessons identified.

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One of the best known international, peer-reviewed journals in the area of development studies.

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This journal aims to publish the best research on international development issues in a form that is accessible to practitioners and policy-makers as well as to an academic audience. 

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A key, peer-reviewed journal covering current issues in African politics, economies, societies and international relations.

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A peer-reviewed journal which offers a multidisciplinary view of the forces that shape the Americas. Most issues focus on a single problem, nation, or region, providing an in-depth look from participants and scholars.

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A multidisciplinary academic journal aimed at the student, research and policy-making community, which provides a forum for critical analysis of conventional theories and policy issues in all aspects of development, and aims to contribute to new approaches.

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This peer-reviewed journal covers topics such as corporate social responsibility, poverty, fair trade, environmental policy and environmental impact, as well as sustainable development.

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The leading peer-reviewed journal covering issues affecting the emerging worlds

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This archive gives you highly respected commentary and analysis of global news each week from 1843 to 2012. The articles are full facsimiles, including photos and charts.

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Access stories and photos from The Guardian (1821-2003) and The Observer (1791-2003)

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Nexis not in Discovery 

Regional and national newspapers from the UK, Europe, the USA and Australasia, dating from the 1980s onwards

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Onlinenewspapers.com not in Discovery 

The best way to trace newspapers across Africa, Central and South America and Asia

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Search across 200 years of articles. Articles are full facsimiles of what was published on the day and you can view the article in its original page location if you want.

Books for International Development units can be found on all three floors of the University Library. A useful starting point is 338.90091724 on the First Floor.

Please check the Library Catalogue for details.

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