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The sources you select should help you set the stage for your research paper and may lead you to the data that you will need, so be sure to read the footnotes and citations to locate data sources.
Databases are collections of online information (articles, both scholarly and popular, books, conference proceedings, company information, etc.) organized for easy keyword, subject, author and other types of searching.
Often the articles are available full-text online. Sometimes they are in our print collection. If not available at New Paltz, submit and InterLibrary Loan request.
Look up the names of individual titles, such as Foreign Affairs, Financial Times, Economist or Barron's in the Library Catalog. Many titles are indexed in large databases such as: