ZIS subscribes to a number of databases some of which feature peer reviewed academic articles which you will not find on the internet. Access three of these databases on this page or go to the Library Moodle page for our full list of databases and passwords.
Searching the databases helps you to find reliable, academic information. Learn the focus of the databases which are available to you through your academic institution. For example, Britannica School Edition is an excellent place to start any research as you will find general, introductory encyclopedic information on your topic including publicly licensed images from Image Quest and multi media. Whereas, JSTOR is a database of scholarly articles on the humanities, sciences and arts. EBSCO Host gives you access to periodicals covering a wide range of subject areas that are of interest to high-school students including art, history, sports, music, film, travel, science, the Internet, fashion, religion, nature, hobbies, current events, fiction and much more. Remember that all databases and passwords can be found on the library moodle page.
Arno Jewett. “Detecting and Analyzing Propaganda.” The English Journal, vol. 29, no. 2, 1940, pp. 105–115. JSTOR www.jstor.org/stable/805505.
Bostdorff, Denise M., and Steven R. Goldzwig. “History, Collective Memory, and the Appropriation of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Reagan's Rhetorical Legacy. ”Presidential Studies Quarterly, vol. 35, no. 4, 2005, pp. 661–690. www.jstor.org/stable/27552723.
Hobbs, Renee and Sandra McGee. "Teaching about Propaganda: An Examination of the Historical Roots of Media Literacy." Journal of Media Literacy Education, vol.6, no. 2, 2016, pp. 56-66. ERIC, http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1079046.
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