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China's Problems Since Mao   Tags: china, mao, problems, seth  

Find and evaluate information on current topics in Chinese society.
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Set Up Search Alerts

  • Google Alerts
    Get periodic updates from Google via email or RSS for new results on your topic. Choose type of results (news, web, blog, etc.) and frequency of updates.
  • EBSCOHost Search Alerts
    Learn how to set up search alerts in the library's EBSCOHost databases.
  • Gale Search Alerts
    Learn how to set up search alerts in the library's Gale databases (Academic OneFile, etc.).

Find News Coverage

  • Google News
    Current and breaking news from all over the world. Try Advanced Search for more powerful search options. If you have a Google account, add your search as a section on your Google News page. See also Google Alerts.
  • Browse online newspapers from ABYZ News Links
    Browse an extensive list of online Chinese newspapers. The third column on the right lists the language of the paper.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    Full text of thousands of U.S and world newspapers, TV and radio transcripts, and much more.
  • Google: Advanced Search Tips
    Google isn't quite as robust as LexisNexis when it comes to power searching, but it does have some little-known tricks that you can use to focus your search.

Find Academic Journal Articles

  • EBSCOHost Databases
    Search all of the library's EBSCOHost databases at once (includes Academic Search Premier, GreenFILE, Business Source Premier, and others).
  • Project MUSE
    Current scholarly journal articles in the social sciences and humanities.
    Backfile of scholarly journals; good China coverage. Use the date limit function to retrieve newer articles (try 1976-2011, for example).
  • A-Z List of Library Databases
    We have databases on many subjects taught at Marlboro--things like ERIC for education, PubMed for medicine/life sciences, GreenFILE for environment/sustainability, and more. Check out our list. Feel free to ask a librarian for a recommendation.

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