Paper requirements - "A minimum of four books and/or articles in refereed [peer-reviewed] journals" is necessary to receive a "C" on your research paper.An "A" paper has a "large number of peer reviewed strong and academically respected sources."
See the syllabus for further information.
"Peer-reviewed [refereed] journals are publications that include only those articles that have been reviewed and/or qualified by a selected panel of acknowledged experts in the field of study covered by the journal" (Ebsco Help).
Explore the Suggested International Relations Journals.
JSTOR and Project MUSE only contain scholarly publications. For the other databases, make sure that you limit the databases to peer-reviewed.
Note: There are many strong journals that specialize in a particular area.
Suggested Scholarly International Relations Journals
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