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Scholarly Credentials Toolkit for TCNJ Faculty: Book Reviews

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Book Impact: Reviews

Full-text journal and abstracting and indexing databases, with a few exceptions (e.g. MLA), contain scholarly book reviews or can be used to identify such reviews. Many databases also index original research articles, book chapters, dissertations, editorials, speeches, etc., so be sure to use the search limiter indicated. Sometimes the best technique is to search for the keyword <review> or even <review article> in conjunction with unique words from the book title for which you are seeking a review.

Humanities Librarian

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David C. Murray
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