PsycINFO is a psychology database. It can be really useful for topics such as child development, motivation and mental health. All 3 Universities at Medway have access to this database.
Mass Observation Online is one of many resources available for you to use.
Below is a tutorial on the interface prepared by Tom Derricks for Adam Matthews Digital on the Mass Observation website.
Databases are specialist tools to help you locate useful information for your assignments.
In Social Sciences there are a broad range of databases containing journal articles, newspapers, case law, multimedia, statistics and theses. How much use you make of them during your studies is down to you.
Each university maintains a list of databases which can be accessed by students and staff. The links on these pages are checked and updated regularly.
Some databases can be extremely useful across a range of social science disciplines. You may wish to use these in conjunction with the discipline-specific suggestions in the boxes below.
See also the Legal Information page of this guide, which covers sources for law.