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When searching some of the databases below, you may notice that you can't access the full-text of some articles. Use the purple Find it at Emory button to do a quick search of Emory library databases to determine if the article exists somewhere else. You can also search for the title of the journal in discoverE.
The Emory Libraries have a large number of databases that can help you with your research. You can search in two different types of databases.
We also have databases that can help you locate sources like videos, images, data sets, data visualizations, primary sources, newspapers, interviews, etc.
Google Scholar is also a great place to search for articles. Use these directions to ensure that you can both find and access material from Google Scholar at the Emory Libraries.
Pro-tip: always scour through the bibliographies of the articles you're reading that relate to your research area/topic. Often you'll find that someone else has done the legwork of compiling articles/books directly relevant to your research interest!
To find scholarly articles on the voting rights act and voting more broadly, start by searching one of the multi-disciplinary or subject-specific databases below. For a comprehensive list of databases at Emory go to Emory's A-Z Database List.