Locate is the library's online catalogue and a reliable route to all of our paid-for journals and books. It is a useful starting point for scoping out a research topic. More information on how to search Locate effectively can be found here. The Key Resources box below highlights other paid-for or freely available sources that will be useful to you when interrogating a topic in detail.
Grey Literature includes (but is not limited to) technical and research reports, doctoral dissertations, conference papers, working papers, white papers, some official publications and in-house reports.
Using a database is the best way to find journal articles. If you would like help and advice on planning a database search (including finding the best keywords, using boolean logic, truncation and other techniques, field searching, systematic literature reviews etc. please contact your Subject Librarian). The following databases are recommended to search for journal articles in the areas of trust, peace, social relations, politics and international relations.
Trust Peace and Social Relations Databases
Here are some good sources you can use to find statistics