The middle of Alcohol Studies Library offers a number of print and electronic sources. All print sources can be found in the library, while most of the electronic sources on drug abuse, supplied by Rutgers College Libraries, can as well be utilized off-site having a Rutgers NetID.
Research Guides (LibGuides)
Alcohol Studies Research Guide Our most widely used resource, this informative guide can help you navigate Alcohol Studies Research. You can start your quest by Finding Articles online in Journals and Databases or visit the middle of Alcohol Studies Library and employ our Books/Textbooks or Special Collections. This informative guide also offers online sources underneath the Miscellaneous Exterior Links tab. Once you have completed your quest, make use of the Bibliography tab to produce your specific bibliography using Refworks and finishing your paper in MLA or ALA format. [Rutgers NetID needed].
CASRAT An online toolkit and research guide, in line with the general Alcohol Studies Research Guide. produced particularly to help undergraduate and graduated pupils assistants and publish-doctorate researchers. associated with an investigation project in the Center’s Research Division. Special limitations may apply. [Rutgers NetID needed].
Open Access Alcohol Studies Sources Guide. Aimed at participants from the Center’s certificate programs organized through the Education and Training Division. this informative guide provides general info on alcohol research from openly available sources [no limitations].
Databases and Journals in Addiction Studies
CAS Library Databases
- Alcohol Studies Database The CAS Library’s primary database (1987-2007) with more than 80,000 citations for journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations, conference papers, and audio-visual materials.
- Alcohol History Database Monographs, pamphlets, periodicals and graphic materials in the American Temperance and Prohibition Movements.
Electronic Databases. A summary of free and subscription-based databases with scholarly journal articles in addiction studies. Access and limitations are noted. Rutgers-restricted databases require NetID for off campus access, instructions to sign in remotely are supplied.
Journals Core listing of journal titles coping with alcohol issues. Print copies of journals can be found in the center of Alcohol Studies Library are available up to now. Most of them can also be found full-text online through IRIS, the internet catalog of Rutgers College Libraries for Rutgers students, faculty, and staff on campus or signing in having a NetID off campus. Some journals with can be found from the middle of Alcohol Studies only. Note: online availability is susceptible to change. All titles are designated by a number of the next groups: research, treatment, education/prevention, policy, general.
The CAS Library houses several unique historic collections associated with yesteryear of alcohol and addiction studies. The products of outstanding historic significance represent the first good reputation for the area with print copies of articles and abstracts within the Classified Abstract Archive from the Alcohol Literature (CAAAL) and McCarthy Memorial Collection. in addition to survey instruments within the Rob G. Connor Alcohol Research Reference Files (CARRF).
The special collections are suitable for internally only use. Visits could be scheduled a via email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Finding Aids and Bibliographies These bibliographies contain articles on the particular subject in alcohol studies. Outcomes of searches within the Alcohol Studies Library, these lists function as a beginning point for more research. The documents are presently obtainable in pdf format (PDF) or shared in RefWorks for Rutgers users (RefShare).
Government Sources A summary of government organizations within the drug abuse field. Each link will give you an abundance of material and results in follow.