Depending on your topic, these databases may be relevant. If needed, more choices are in Databases A-Z.
"glass ceiling" AND "higher education"
(beauty OR "personal appearance") AND discriminat*
Select limiters (articles from scholarly publications, date, etc.) on results screen
While it doesn't offer some of the sophisticated options available in research databases, Google Scholar can be helpful. See instructions for customizing Google Scholar to provide Full Text @ UHCL links in results.
A peer-reviewed (or refereed) journal:
(3:15) Explains the academic publishing process for research articles and scholarly journals, including the quality control process of peer review. North Carolina State Univ. Libraries
Find journals by journal title or ISSN
Hoffman, S. D. (2015). Geography and gender: Variation in the gender earnings ratio across U.S. states. Social Science Quarterly, 96, 235-250. doi:10.1111/ssqu.12099
Use OneSearch to look for a DOI (digital object identifier). If there's no DOI, search for a distinctive "exact phrase" from the article title. Add an author name if needed. Examples:
If an article isn't available online, submit an article request.
Find call numbers for bound journals in the Library Catalog.
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