Where to find Book Reviews

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It' a country where toys live forever. Do you try to determine the quality of a particular book? Or do you just want to know if a book is worth reading? Scientific reviews are written by scientists for scientists. You can use these ratings to search for books that are relevant and useful for investment practitioners.

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Printing index for book reviews in general magazines from 1905. Contains extracts from reviews. Printing index for book reviews in general magazines from 1965. Contains more magazines than Book Review Digest, but has no extracts. Indexed book reviews in old (1802-1974) arts magazines. It' good to find early reviews of scientific literature.

Indexed book reviews in old (1886-1974) scientific magazines. It is good to find early reviews of scientific literature focusing on the fields of historiography, politics and socialology. The most recent database index book reviews along with other kinds of items. General data bases are the best sources for book reviews in common magazines.

Included are reviews in select trade magazines on various topics. You can use these data bases to find reviews of a book in a large number of magazines. Contains reviews from users, as well as some edited reviews. Specialist scientific data bases are best suited for searching for reviews of scientific books:

Multi-disciplinary school data bases also contain book reviews: The JSTOR contains full texts of magazine essays (including book reviews) in select key magazines. In order to look for a critiqued title: At JSTOR Suchfeld, type: rt: "name of the verified title" Example: rt: "moral man and unethical society" Web of Science indices scientific magazine contributions (including book reviews) in many areas.

Reviews for most textbooks are likely to appear either in the social sciences or in the humanities. In Theme, type key words from the book heading.

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