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JSTOR offers more than 10 million academic journal articles, 50,000 books, and 2 million primary source documents in 75 disciplines, including: Economics, History, Political Science, Sociology, Language, Literature, Music, Film Studies, Folklore, Performing Arts, Religion, Art & Art History, Architecture, Law, Psychology, Public Policy & Administration, Business, and Education.
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Covering more than 500 years of the African American experience, African-American History offers a fresh way to explore the full spectrum of
African-American history and culture. Users can start their investigation of a topic with a video or slideshow overview, use the key content called out on the
home page to find an entryway into the database.
Film collection designed to help nursing students excel in their studies, pass licensure exams, and to prepare them for long-term job success in an increasingly complex health care system. It features titles from trusted producers such as Medcom-Trainex, Elsevier, Cengage Learning/Concept Media, Classroom Productions, Inc., NEVCO, Wolters Kluwer Health, Institute for Professional Care Education/Medifecta, PESI, Inc., and others.
This database collection is a guide to understanding the most studied poems. It features discussion and analysis of poems of all time periods, nations, and cultures. It also provides an overview of the poem and discussion of its principal themes, images, form, and construction. The databases provides information on media adaptations, suggested readings on similar themes and topics, as well as classroom aides.
This collection is a guide to understanding the most studied short stories. It provides critical overviews of short stories from all cultures and time periods. It also includes discussions of plot, characters, themes, and structure as well as the story’s culture and historical significance.