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POS 202

Investigates contemporary issues such as arms control, transnationalism, and the United Nations.

Finding Articles

Searching for International Relations Topics:

Use the following resources to find information on topics and theories related to International Relations.

New York Times "Day Pass"

Students and staff have full complimentary access to NYTimes.com and NYT mobile apps, thanks to our school-wide subscription.*

TO CLAIM YOUR PASS:

  • Visit nytimes.com/passes
  • Create a free NYTimes.com account using your Parkland email address
  • Check your email inbox and click on the link in your confirmation message to validate your email address and claim your 24-hour Academic Pass
  • Download your free NYT smartphone apps at nytimes.com/mobile.

Questions? Visit nytimes.com/passes to view a FAQ and troubleshooting guide.

* You must have a valid email address from a Parkland college school. NYTimes.com Academic Passes do not include e-reader editions, Times Premier content or digital versions of The New York Times Crossword (sorry, puzzle lovers). Mobile apps are not supported on all devices. 

Tips

Useful Tips:

  • Look beyond the first 10.  There may be good stuff a way down the list.
  • Research is an iterative process. You search for information, take it in, assess it for whether it covers your topic and meets your needs, then you take what you learned from the first time and search for information again.
  • When you see something good, READ IT—look at the subject terms and abstract and turn those around in a revised search.

FAQ

  • What if I can’t link to full text?
  • See a librarian!  It may be in a different database, available in our paper subscriptions, or available from another library.  We can help you navigate those choices.
  • How do I know which database to try?
  • The ones on the “Top Five” lists are good places to start.  Be sure to see if the drop-down menus might apply to your topic, and choose a database from there.  Or ask a librarian by phone, email or chat

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