Use the Library databases to search for articles. Databases collect and index a big number of journals running through long time periods. Databases offer searching features that help you find what you need using and combining keywords, and limiting your search by type and date of publication. see Search Techniques.
Start your search with subject databases, then use Multidisciplinary databases for a broader coverage.
Note: Click on "Scholar Preferences" and set your Library Link to AUB. This will give you the option to search our paid collections if the full text isn't available on the web.
In most databases you can access the articles in full text, or link to the full text from a different source.
Search multidisciplinary databases to find journal articles not covered in subject specific databases:
Use SearchAll to search across all resources in the Library. Use the limit frature in the search results page to refine your search.
For a selected list of journals on Public Administration, click here.