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ESS150 Dr. Cooper - Environment, Society, and Culture

General Databases with access to ESS journals

Our general research databases are excellent tools because they search so many topics at once, but it can also be difficult to narrow results due to the sheer breadth of their scope. Try using advanced search techniques like narrowing results to specific subject areas (sociology/anthropology).

Subject-Specific Databases 


Local and national newspapers can be a treasure trove of information when looking for sources on local history or current events. 

Data Sources

Sometimes it is necessary to find statistical data and other forms of data sets for your research. Below are just a few data sources that are available to help with anthropological research. For more help in this area don't hesitate to contact one of our librarians for assistance.

Access Databases Off-Campus

Databases are accessible off-campus via your Active Directory credentials. Your Active Directory username is the first part of your email address. (For example,  jsmith or john.smith).

To reset your AD password, visit the Berry MyApps Portal Here's instructions from IT.