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Poverty Studies

Sociology, SOC 260, Jill Waity, Fall 2020

Newspapers and Magazines

These are some databases that contain newspaper and magazine articles for finding your specific examples (in addition to what you may just be able to find online through Google or Google News.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

You can use these databases to find peer-reviewed journal articles on your group's topic. I've labeled them by discipline in the description, so the ones you might want to focus on may depend on the group you're in (while some might be useful for all of you). 

Government Resources

The government produces a huge amount of information on all sorts of topics. A few potentially useful places to find this material are below. 

The federal government's search engine that allows you to search for information across agencies.