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This collection provides full-text coverage of many core titles in sociology, covering topics such as community and mental health services, crisis intervention, the family and social welfare, gerontology, poverty and homelessness, professional issues in social work, social services in addiction, social work education, social work practice and more.
A collection of review articles in specific disciplines in science and social science. Each issue series contains 12 to 40 authoritative comprehensive review articles, covering the major journal articles on a specific topic during the preceding few years.
GOAT allows you to enter a New York City geographic location, such as an address, intersection, street segment, street stretch, block and lot or BIN, and returns back related geographic information, such as cross streets, side of street, tax block and lot (AKA Parcel –ID), five-digit ZIP code, census tract and block, police precinct, community district and city council district.
The corresponding number labels are some key functions in the database that will help you focus and narrow your searches:
1. Search boxes
2. Use Boolean (And Or Not) to combine your search terms. For example "Gender AND Income."
3. Add another search box
4. Limit your results to Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals
5. Optional: Limit your results to full-text articles. Choosing this option will only show articles that are immediately available for download.
You can also refine your search in the results screen, pictured below:
1. SocIndex allows you to refine your results using options on the left side of the results screen.
2. You can Limit to Full-Text and Scholarly (Peer Reviewed Journals) by checking the boxes here.
3. Some professors ask you to limit your results to research done in the last ten years. This can be done here.
4. Limiting your results by Source Types, is also useful. If you are new to a topic, you may want to read magazine articles before starting to read Academic Journals.
5. If the PDF Full Text is available, the PDF Icon will be displayed.
The corresponding number labels are some essential functions in the database results screen that will help you focus and narrow your searches:
1. Type your search terms in the search box.
2. Limit your results on the left by selecting articles
3. Scan the author and publication information for the name of the author and source of the article
4. Look at how many times other people cite the article
5. Click on the "find fulltext at Brooklyn" to access the article from the library.
6. Narrow your results by publication year.