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Religion, Culture and Society

This is UCLan's Religion, Culture and Society library page.

For more help and guidance please contact your Faculty Librarian: Francesca Robinson

Books

Search for books and ebooks on Library Search. It will tell you what we have in stock and where to find it.

Sometimes there may only be a chapter on a specific topic rather than a whole book. To find those, you will need to use one of our ebook databases which allow you to search through the whole text of a book. We have several ebook collections but a good place to start would be Ebook Central.

Library Search
Ebook collections
Ebook Central

Specific reference books which might be useful include:

Journals and Articles

If you have a reference for a particular journal article, or if you want to find out if we take a particular journal title, use the Journal Finder.

If the Library does not have the journal article you want, you can request a copy using the Inter-library loan Service.

eResources and Databases

Recommended Resources for Religion, Culture and Society:

 

Abstract & Indexing Databases

Should you want to undertake a more thorough search for research materials/literature try searching the following abstract and indexing databases.

· Scopus

· Web of Science

Additional Resources

Newspapers: current

  • Nexis -the full-text of over 29,000 newspapers

Newspapers: archives

Census

  • Digimap- an online maps service which includes ordinance survey maps, historic maps and census data in the society section which you are able to view and manipulate.

Film, Television and Training materials

  • Alexander Street Video -Videos, films, documentaries and training materials in religion and culture related areas.
  • Box of Broadcasts (BoB) -provides a catch up TV and radio service with no expiry dates.  All freeview channels covered.  You can also create clips of programmes to share with others.
  • Kanopy - Documentaries in all humanities related areas, international and short films and animations.
  • LinkedIn Learning -Thousands of training videos on software and personal skills produced by industry experts.
  • Sage Research Methods -This includes training videos on how to conduct research as well as tools to help you construct each element of your research project.

Francesca Robinson - Faculty Librarian for Culture and the Creative Industries

Francesca Robinson

Faculty Librarian for Culture and the Creative Industries

frobinson3@uclan.ac.uk
01772 895132