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Welcome to the March 2015 ProQuest Social Science content update, focused on keeping you informed of the new journal, dissertations, and other material in ProQuest’s social science databases. This update contains content changes through December 31, 2014. (Content changes from January through March 2015 will be published shortly.)

New full-text journal coverage
Several new full-text scholarly titles produced by universities were added to the databases in the Social Sciences Premium Collection, including Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights and Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy; Araucaria (Universidad de Sevilla); and Paideía (Universidade de Sao Paulo).

New impact-factored title Adicciones from Spain was added to ProQuest Criminal Justice, with full text back to 1999. Rounding out new journal coverage are two new titles in Genderwatch: Gay Times and Diva. Get the full list of new Social Science content in this spreadsheet (you will be prompted to download an XLS file).

Non-periodical content additions
16,000+ dissertations submitted between 2010 and 2012 were added to social science databases (12,000+ to Premium Collection databases), including 10,154 in ProQuest Education.

Discontinued content
Additional coverage changes, including discontinued content, are listed in the latest Social Science content update spreadsheet.

Platform updates
Full-text indexing of ProQuest scholarly journals in Google Scholar is expected later this year. Read this blog post for more details on how ProQuest and Google are collaborating to enable seamless access to the ProQuest content in your library.


14 Apr 2015

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