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Reference sources like encyclopedias and handbooks are good starting points for learning about a subject. These are a selected few reference sources to help you learn about news media studies:
Library resources: The UA Libraries provide access to hundreds of News/Newspaper databases. Some include current news coverage, some are archives of historical newspapers. Many have coverage of international newspapers, including:
Evaluating News Sources: Visit our News Literacy Guide to learn about evaluating news sources and "fake news."
Use the Communication and Mass Media complete database to search for articles across many different scholarly journals in media studies and journalism. You may also browse specific journals in journalism and media, including:
You can also search for scholarly articles using Google Scholar and configure it to access content provided by the UA Libraries:
Learn how to conduct a literature review.
It's important to cite sources and credit others when you use parts of their work. These library guides and tutorials can help!
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