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Peace Studies

Guide to sources supporting Peace Studies research

Find Scholarly Journal Articles

  • In general, start your searching with just one or two keywords. Add more as needed.
  • Be sure to try your topic in more than one database.
  • Read citations and abstracts to get ideas of different keywords to represent your topic.
  • If the full text of the article, is not available, click  to check if OSU subscribes to the journal or to place an interlibrary loan request (ILL).
    Find it at OSU

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Finding Books

Use 1Search to find books located at OSU Libraries. While OSU is under remote instruction, OSU Libraries is purchasing and borrowing books as we can. 

Tip! Use the date limits in 1Search and elsewhere to see if there are materials published during the time you are studying.

Google Books: Use the advanced search and limit by publication date, full view, and public domain to find primary sources. 

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