Along with books and ebooks, the resources you find in Monash University Library's databases are the best and most reliable resources for your assessments.
These are some of the best databases to use for Anthropology.
For more databases from Monash University Library:
Remember: You will need to search in more than one database to find a wide variety of resources to reference - not every database covers the same material. Find multiple sources to support your statements.
Use these large databases to find articles in Anthropology and many other related subject areas.
Keen for more Anthropology multimedia?
Grey literature is a large category of information, usually broadly defined as material not published by traditional book or journal publishers, from government documents to conference proceedings to maps, statistical surveys, and theses and dissertations.
Open Access materials are free for all to use online. They can be anything from peer-reviewed journal articles and books to theses, conference papers, and more.
More information on Open Access:
Journals publish the top researchers in your field, and contain the most up-to-date academic information. There are thousands of journals in the Library's collections.
Here are a selection of some of the Anthropology journals we hold.
Browse all of our online journals:
Social Sciences journals:
For more Anthropology Journals, see:
Australasia-specific Anthropology journals:
For more journals around Australasian topics, see:
Google Scholar is another way of searching Monash University Library resources.
If you use the link below (or the links in Library Search and the A-Z Databases page) to access Google Scholar, you'll be able to use the Check for full text link to go straight to many of the articles contained in the Monash University Library databases.
Google Scholar shouldn't be the only place you search, but it can be a good place to start.
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