Consumer magazines in the fields of news, policy, and politics serve as powerful primary sources through which to interpret countless aspects of 20th-century history and politics, relating to – for example – public policy, international relations, human rights, and much more.
By offering the full runs of 20th-century titles of this type, in full-color, page-image format, News, Policy and Politics Magazine Archive makes newly available and accessible these key sources, for which the archival print issues have not consistently been retained by libraries. The availability of this material enables researchers to explore multiple perspectives on the key events of the age and opens up countless new opportunities for research, across multiple disciplines.
With each of these titles having a substantial back file, and most being published monthly or weekly, there is a large volume of historical content here disclosing changing political and social trends over the course of a century. As well as catering directly to research interests in modern history, politics, law, and economics, this collection will also serve additional areas such as women’s studies (women in politics), ethnic studies (international development, diplomacy, sustainability), media history (communications, journalism), and many others.
Full-color digitization to maximize the rich visual content of this material.
Unique digital availability of deep back files of consumer magazines in the fields of public policy, news, and politics.
Multiple research areas covered: modern history, politics, law, economics, international relations, women’s studies, ethnic studies, media history, and more.
Rich material attesting to changing historical, political, and social trends over a period of many decades.
Custom article-level document type/feature limiters enable users quickly to access the material most relevant to their research.
Take research deeper with complementary resources from ProQuest, such as Historical Newspapers, American Periodicals, British Periodicals, Digital National Security Archive, Documents on British Policy Overseas, Economist Intelligence Unit Country Reports Archive, ProQuest Congressional, Political Science Database, and more.