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Secondary Sources

Use these sources to find background information and analysis related to your topic, as well as citations which will lead you to additional relevant sources. 

Emory Library Collections: Search using discoverE for books (and book chapters) on or related to your topic.  Some potential search terms include: ability, austerity, bioethics, capitalism, culture, disability, discrimination, economic, education, environment, family, globalization, health, healthcare, housing, identity, intersectionality, philanthropy, poverty, vulnerable, wealth, welfare 

Book reviews:  You can also find book reviews in many article databases which will often give you the choice to select reviews as a search option.

Working papers: Search SSRN/LSN, which publishes email abstracting journals for working papers and articles accepted for publication.

Law review articles (sources include some book reviews): Search law reviews and journals databases on Westlaw, Lexis, and Hein.

Journal articles from other disciplines: Search using Databases@Emory:

Women & the Law Collection (Hein Online) 

Feminism and Legal Theory Project Collection (Hein Online - recent materials include the Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative workshops) includes the following materials:

  • Full-text of Conference Workbooks
  • Calls for Papers
  • Interviews with FLT/VHC Visiting Scholars

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