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Note: The UHM Library subscribes to many journals in both paper and electronic formats. Use a database or index to locate articles. To find a specific journal title in electronic format, search the library's list of electronic journals. Use Hawaii Voyager to find paper (and some electronic) formats for specific journal titles. If you do not find the journal you are looking for, please ask for further assistance at a reference desk.
Academic Search Premier
Multi-disciplinary full text database containing full text for nearly 4,650 serials, including more than 3,600 peer-reviewed publications. In addition to the full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for more than 8,200 journals.
GEOBASE is a unique multidisciplinary database supplying bibliographic information and abstracts for human and physical geography, ecology, geology, oceanography, geomechanics and development studies. The database provides current coverage of over 1,700 journals and archival coverage of several thousand additional titles. GEOBASE contains over a million records from 1980, with 72,000 records added annually. Each GEOBASE record contains full bibliographic citation, indexing terms and codes and 99.5% of records contain abstracts.
NOTE: This database is limited to 4 users at a time. If you are unable to get in, wait a bit and try again.
JSTOR Arts and Sciences I Collection
Provides full-text journal backfiles in various disciplines. The JSTOR project's primary goal is to build a reliable and comprehensive archive of important scholarly journal literature. Selected journals in the following subject areas are available: African-American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Ecology, Economics, Education, Finance History, Literature, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Population Studies, Sociology and Statistics.
Population Index is the primary reference tool to the world's population literature. It presents an annotated bibliography of recently published books, journal articles, working papers, and other materials on population topics. This website provides a searchable and browsable database containing 46,035 abstracts of demographic literature published in Population Index in the period 1986-2000.
The world's largest database on reproductive health, Popline provides more than 300,000 citations with abstracts to scientific articles, reports, books, and unpublished reports in the field of population, family planning, and related health issues. POPLINE is maintained by the POPLINE Staff of the INFO Project at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs and is funded primarily by the United States Agency for International Development.
PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service)
PAIS International is an index to the world's public and social policy literature in the fields of business, economics, local and federal government, political science, international relations, finance, and other social sciences. It has references and in some cases abstracts of articles from over 3,660 journal titles, books, gray literature, internet material, conference proceedings, government and ngo documents and statistical publications.
Web of Science
A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the sciences (Science Citation Index Expanded) as well as both the Social Sciences Citation Index and the Arts & Humanities Citation Index. Approximately 70% of the records have author abstracts. Online coverage from 1980 to present.
Hawaii Voyager Library Catalog
Use the online catalog to find books, journals, dissertations, videos, more.
Dissertations and Theses
Dissertations & Theses (PQD&T) includes bibliographic citations for the doctoral and master's work of authors from more than 1,000 graduate schools and universities dating back to 1861. More than 750,000 dissertations and theses from 1997 on have been digitized and are available for PDF download.
New Books at UHM Library
Interface for identifying new books. Can be limited by keyword and date range.
Large database of multiple library catalogs.
International Population Data Base
The International Data Base (IDB) is a computerized data bank containing statistical tables of demographic data for 228 countries and areas of the world.
online database tool that allows users to select numerous countries and hundreds of indicators to create customized tables that serve their specific data needs. STATcompiler accesses nearly all of the population and health indicators that are published in Demographic and Health Surveys final reports with just the click of the mouse.
United Nations Common Database
UNCDB provides selected data series, including population, from numerous specialized international data sources for all available countries and areas.
Dictionary of demography
Hamilton Main HB849.2 .P468 1985
Encyclopedia of Human Geography
GF4 .P58 2004 Hamilton Main Reference
International encyclopedia of population
Hamilton Main Reference HB849.2 .I55 1982
International population census bibliography: revision and update, 1945-1977
Hamilton Asia Z7164 .D3 R47 1979
International population census publications: series II, pre-1945: guide to the microfilm edition.
Hamilton MICROFILM S01315
The materials of demography: a selected and annotated bibliography
Hamilton Main Reference Z7164 .D3 E4
Multilingual demographic dictionary. English section.
Hamilton Asia Reference HB849.2 V362 1988
World population policy: an annotated bibliography
Hamilton Main Z7164 .D3 D75
Human Development Reports
The Human Development Report is an independent report. It is commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and is the product of a selected team of leading scholars, development practitioners and members of the Human Development Report Office of UNDP.
Population Reference Bureau
The Population Reference Bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.
Numerous studies and reports on poverty, from the World Bank.
United Nations Population Fund
UNFPA supports countries in using population data for policies and programmes to reduce poverty and to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, every young person is free of HIV/AIDS, and every girl and woman is treated with dignity and respect.
World Health Organization
World Health Statistics 2006 presents the most recent statistics since 1997 of 50 health indicators for WHO’s 192 Member States.
"Selected Periodicals" are those listed in Laguardia, Cheryl Magazines for Libraries, 2004, PN4832.K2 CVR, that are currently owned by or accessible through Hamilton Library. Search the library catalog and/or electronic resources for complete holdings information.
Hamilton HB3505 .A66
Immigrants and Minorities
Hamilton JV1 .A2 I55
Hamilton HB881 .P67
Population and Development Review
Hamilton HB848 .P62
Population and Environment: a journal of interdisciplinary
Hamilton HB848 .J68
Hamilton HB881 .A1 P65
and Development Review
Hamilton HB848 .P62
Hamilton HB848 .J68
Hamilton QH540 .R48
Population Research and Policy Review
Hamilton HB848 .P67
Hamilton HB881 .P7
Hamilton HB881 .A1 P67
Hamilton HB881 .A1 I58
Hamilton QH301 .T5
The population studies collection contains approximately 17,000 books and many periodicals and other serials supporting interests in demography and population studies, as well as thousands of other books and journals in related fields. The United States, Asia and the Pacific are emphasized. The Government Documents Collection has much information from the US federal government and the United Nations.
Research Information Services Library Catalog of East West Center is avaliable through the Internet and has substantial holdings on population, particularly on fertility. The Publications Database includes East West Center generated reports, many available for downloading.
Last modified: November 27, 2007
Updated by: Allie Jordan, UH Library & Information Science Program MLISc candidate