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Resources for students in State and Local Government. Let us know how we can help!
NEVER PAY FOR ARTICLES: The library subscribes to databases that have lots of articles in them from reputable news outlets. You do NOT need to pay for a subscription to a newspaper.
ALWAYS GRAB THE PERMALINK: Permalinks or permanent links are associated with articles so you can always get back to that article. You will need these for your Research Logs.
Cite your articles in APSA
Your professors want you to cite your articles using APSA (American Political Science Review) style.
For newspaper article, this will look like the following:
Author Last Name, Author's First Name. Year of publication. "Title of Article." Title of Newspaper, day month.
Example: Cuff, Daniel F. 1985. "Forging a New Shape for Steel." New York Times, 26 May.
News articles from the 1980s to present, from a wide variety of media, including newspapers, newswires, broadcast transcripts, blogs, periodicals, videos, and web-only content. Includes over 400 U.S. newspapers and over 1000 international newspapers. Includes Corpus Christi Caller-Times from 1993-present.
Filters to Select from the left menu:
Date Search: from July 1, 2020 to today's date
Source Name: Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Houston Chronicle