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Global Communication: Articles


Scholarly & Peer Reviewed   Beyond Library Collection
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Looking for Articles

Use research databases to search for articles. Most databases allow you to limit to scholarly or peer reviewed articles. Some databases will return full text articles, and abstracts or summaries of articles.

Use the GET ARTICLE or LINK TO FULL TEXT link to see if an article is available in another database. If an article is unavailable through Monmouth University Library it may be requested through 
Interlibrary Loan

Subscription databases are available to Monmouth University students, faculty and staff. For remote log in, use your university username and password.

View the entire list of MU databases here:
A to Z List of Databases

Databases by Subject

Google Scholar

If you try searching Google Scholar below, you may find some scholarly full-text materials available for free.  You can also check to see if we have them for free via one of our research databases.  Go to Journal Locator and type in the journal title in which the article was published.  For help using Journal Locator, view our tutorial.

Google Scholar Search

Communication and Sociology Databases

Multi-Subject Databases


Scholarly & Peer Reviewed   Beyond Library Collection
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Background and General Information Articles

News and Journalism Articles

Sample Search

Use the database links below to look for articles from scholarly journal, magazines and newspapers.

Here is a sample database search. Place each search concept into a separate a separate search box. Use quotation marks around phrases. If needed, limit to Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals. Click on the title to open the full record. The abstract provides a summary of the article contents. Download the PDF for saving or printing. In some cases you may need to request the full text from Interlibrary LoanArticles requested will be emailed in a day or two.