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INTL 465/565 Global Reproductive Health

This guide should help you find sources for your projects on the Global Gag Rule and vaccine refusal

Review Articles

Review articles (or literature reviews) are a great way to get an overview of a research area, with many references to scholarly and research articles. Review articles undergo peer-review and thus qualify as scholarly articles.

The Annual Review journals are a good source of review articles. Web of Science (see middle column) is also good: do your search and then limit your results to reviews on the left side.

Finding articles

To look for articles in journals, newspapers, or magazines, you will need to start with a database. An database will allow you to look by subject or a few keywords which describe your topic or by author.

Highly recommended databases:

Other/specialized databases that may be useful:

Anthropology & Sociology



For more databases, see:

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