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REL 260: Introduction to Religion (Dr. Phil Dorroll): Databases

Religion Databases

Databases typically provide access to scholarly articles - articles written by people with graduate degrees for an audience of scholars.  Scholarly articles are secondary sources; click on the tab above to find primary sources. These databases focus specifically on religion.

General Databases

General databases cover a wide variety of subject areas. It's a good idea to search a general database when your research topic is interdisciplinary - for example, religion and literature - so that you find articles from different subject areas.

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