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Gender & Sexuality Studies: Articles/Databases

This guide provides descriptions of commonly used library resources for research and scholarship related to gender and sexuality.

Using Google Scholar?

See Google Scholar Search Tips to learn how to ink into NYU Libraries' full-text subscriptions via Google Scholar.

Looking for the Full Text of an Article?

If you're looking for the full text of a known citation, the easiest way to find links to NYU subscriptions is to set your Google Scholar settings to NYU Libraries.  Instructions on how to do so can be found on this guide. 

Once you're set for NYU Libraries, just pop the article title of DOI into the Google Scholar search box and look for the GetIt@NYU link!

What does "peer reviewed" mean?

Finding Research Materials Using Databases

Finding Full Text

Locating the full text of an article:


  • From a database citation, look for a link to "full text" or an NYU icon: 

    The "get-it" link will display options for the full text if available via NYU's electronic subscriptions. 

  • If the journal title (or year of publication) is not available electronically, use the link to search the Bobcat catalog to locate a hard copy
  • If the journal title (or year of publication) is not available in Bobcat  click on the link to Interlibrary loan to order