Here are some useful sites on how to write a Literature Review.
- Write a Literature Review (UC Santa Cruz)
- Literature Reviews: An Overview for Graduate Students (NC State Libraries)
- Write a review of the Literature (University of Wisconsin)
Examples of Empirical-Based Research Journals
Journal of Communication
Human Communication Research
Critical Studies in Media Communication
Communication, Culture & Critique
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Communication Abstracts -- A comprehensive source of information about communication-related publications on a world-wide scale, COMMUNICATION ABSTRACTS covers major communication-related articles, reports, and books from a variety of publishers, research institutions, and information sources-providing coverage of recent literature in the areas of general communication, mass communication, small group communication, organizational communication, journalism, public relations, radio, public opinion, speech, and television.
Communication & Mass Media Complete -- Communication and Mass Media Complete will index more than 385 journals with full text access to articles in 160 journals.
PsycINFO -- Contains citations and abstracts of scholarly journal articles (from more than 1,700 journals), chapters, books, technical reports, and dissertations in psychology and related social science disciplines. Coverage is international. Provides links to some full-text articles.
PsycINFO Methodology Field Values
ProQuest Research Library-- Indexes, abstracts and provides selected full-text of popular and scholarly periodicals from many disciplines.
What is Interlibrary Loan (ILL)?
Interlibrary Loan is a service by which Sims Library obtains research materials not available in the Sims Library. Current students, faculty and staff are eligible to use ILL.
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