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Rhetoric: Databases

Article Databases

For comprehensive lists of article databases, rhetoric students should use the A-Z Databases list and search by the broad Subject category (e.g. Law and Legal Studies) that most closely relates to their research interests.  Below is a selective list of databases that are particularly useful for interdisciplinary topics related to rhetoric.

These databases index journal articles, chapters of books, (and sometimes) books, and book reviews.  You can research a topic by searching for authors or subject terms relevant to your research. A few of these databases include the full text of the articles, but most of them use UC-eLinks to take you to the full-text of the article you are interested in. For articles not available online, UC-eLinks will search the Melvyl catalog for a print copy of the journal.

Interdisciplinary Databases for Rhetoric: