Below are research databases arranged under broad categories. Consider the underlying subjects of the Supreme Court case you have chosen to study that would be investigated by scholars in a particular discipline. Search the appropriate database to locate additional research that examines the impact and consequences of a particular case beyond what can be found in ProQuest
MULTIDISCIPLINARY GROUP PERSPECTIVE
Databases that offer the opportunity to understand and contemplate the implications of policy or judicial decisions through the eyes of those most impacted by those decisions and from alternative perspectives.
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
These databases access research that relates to business and economics and can help identify research about a particular company or industry impacted by a court decision or administrative rule.
Primary databases for investigating how policy decisions and research problems in society are understood through mass media messaging and the use of language.
These databases cover educational research broadly defined and at all levels. Useful if the case or administrative rule applies to or uniquely impacts schools.
Databases devoted to the study of environmental issues.
Databases that provide access to research conducted by historians.
Databases that access the literature of disciplines focused on the human condition in practice.
POLITICAL SCIENCE/PUBLIC POLICY
Key databases in the field of political science and related disciplines such as public policy and governmental affairs.
Databases that help locate additional scholarship about the personal or social impact of a decision or rule.
RELIGION AND ETHICS
Databases devoted to accessing research in religious studies, ethics, and related areas of study.
If the underlying issues of your case or administrative rule have a particular impact on urban centers or people living in cities, this database can help you find additional research.
Descriptions of resources are adapted or quoted from vendor websites.