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Political Studies: Databases | Data Sources

Welcome to Political Studies Subject Guide

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Start Here: Key Databases for exploring journal articles

Google Scholar Search

Canadian Resources

Multidisciplinary Databases

Others:

BrowZine Plastform - Political Science

Explore Open Access Journals

 

Type in your keyword and explore the articles published in open access journals. If you want to explore what open access journals are available on the topic, select Journals from the left-hand menu and explore.

Data Sources

Under Construction:

JASP:

An open-source project supported by the University of Amsterdam.

SPSS:

Available from the terminals at some open labs on Fort Garry campus and Brown Lab at the Dafoe Library.  Chat with IST support to find where you can use SPSS on campus.

IBM made SPSS free trial available until June 15, 2020: https://ibm.co/3dFBOOy

STATA:

Same as SPSS.  Chat with IST support.

 

 

The Statistics & Data page lists assorted links related to ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political & Social Science), the Institute of Social Research, the University of Michigan and its services; training video's on Statistics Canada resources; historical statistics of interest; and the information about Statistics Canada's Data Liberation Initiatives.

 

This page lists the information and links related to the current and historical Census of Canada.

This page lists resources from the key international and inter-governmental organizations and the links to Statistics Canada resources including ODESI and time series data by selected topics.

This page lists data related to indigenous people of Canada and their communities.

This page lists selected sources for polls.

This page lists notable publications by Statistical Canada.

This page contains helpful resources for finding and using data resources.

Library Access Browser Extension

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Access your research anytime, anywhere

The Library Access browser extension makes it simple to access academic articles, journals and databases licensed by the UofM Libraries, wherever you are and whenever you need it.

Install the browser extension once and enjoy a simpler, faster way to get access. Click here to find out more or download the extension directly.

 

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