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  • Databases
    Use the Fox Hunt search box, to search for books and articles in all of Marist's Political Science databases. View the short Fox Hunt Overview video to learn how to refine your searches. Search for journal, magazine and newspaper articles, state and federal codes, and polling questions and answers.
  • Scholarly Journals Tab
    Browse through the full text of a selection of major scholarly journals in the field of Political Science. Browse through a list of all Political Science journal titles in the James A. Cannavino Library.
  • Websites Tabs
    Find links to resources in "American Politics" and "Global Politics" including major federal government websites, Congressional Research Service Reports repositories, and policy advocacy sites.
  • News & Blogs
    Selected US and International news sources and blogs.
  • Reference
    Find links to specialized encyclopedias in various areas of politcs.
  • Ask-A-Librarian Tab
    If you need help from a Reference Librarian, fill out the form and someone will email you with a response. You may also phone the Reference Librarian at 845-575-3292.
  • Chicago/Turabian
    Find links to examples for bibliographic citations according to the Chicago/Turabian Manual of Style format.
  • MLA Tab
    Find links to examples for bibliographic citations according to the MLA Manual of Style format.
  • Scholarly Journals Tutorials Tab
    In three short videos, learn the distinguishing characteristics of a scholarly journal, how to limit search to scholarly journal articles, and how to determine if a journal is scholarly.
  • Fox Hunt Tutorial Tab
    Learn how to limit searches to find the information you need.
  • iPOLL
    Learn how to use the Roper Center iPOLL database.

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