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The Library subscribes to various databases that you can use for finding sources on a topic. Most databases are designed to help you to trace academic journal articles, but we also have databases covering other sources such as newspapers, language dictionaries, films and TV. Check the list below for details of databases that could be useful for students doing Applied Languages and MA in International Business, Culture and Language. Log in when prompted with your Brookes username and password.
You may also want to take a look at other Subject Help pages for details of databases recommended for other subjects such as Business, Film Studies, Anthropology, Publishing
Help with finding articles and searching databases:
Factiva - international news sources and moreFactiva covers worldwide, national and local newspapers, including:
It also includes magazine articles; trade and professional journals; company financial details.
Tips on searching Factiva :
Business Source Complete - business journal articles and moreThis is a key business database containing full text articles from academic & trade journals, plus some abstracts. It covers management, economics, finance, accounting & business. In addition to articles it includes company profiles; industry profiles; country reports
Emerald Insight - academic journal articles Full text articles from academic business journals. Also covers education and training.
Mintel - market researchFull text market research reports. Mainly UK plus some European reports.
Passport (Euromonitor) - market researchFull text UK and international market research reports published by Euromonitor.
For details of other business databases check the Library Subject Help pages for Business
Check the subject help pages for full details of other databases in individual subject areas.