eResources are electronic information resources which can be accessed online and searched by topic, so you can quickly and easily find relevant information.
eResources provide access to scholarly journal articles, company and industry information, statistics, market research, newspapers and more.
eResources are purchased by the Library to support you in your studies and allow 24/7 access to the latest high-quality information.
Before you search - choose the Advanced search option and select Only content I have full access to under Access Type
After you search - restrict your results to the Communication and Media Studies subject area using the filters
Try using SPORTDiscus for sports, sports sciences and medicine journals.
For more information about sport resources generally, rather than those relating specifically to journalism, see the Football Libguide, Sport & Exercise Sciences Libguide and the Sport and Exercise Psychology Libguide.
For images and content relating directly to fashion, use the eResources listed below. Berg is great for historical fashion information whilst WGSN is good for future trends and current images.
Other resources to consider are:
printed fashion books on the Lower Ground Floor of the Library
journal articles in Fashion Theory (use the Taylor and Francis link and note the off campus information)
current popular magazines (as opposed to academic journals) such as Vogue, Elle, GQ:
Located on the Lower Ground Floor of the Library or search the Library Catalogue
For older magazines, check the Consumer Culture Collection.
Drapers - latest news from the fashion industry (make sure you are logged into SOL and note the access instructions)
Use the Fashion subject guide for more ideas
Online news and information service for the beauty, fashion and style industries. Over 250,000 pages of international beauty style intelligence including news, pictures from current and past catwalk shows, retail and trend analysis, street-style reports, and textile developments.
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If you wish to access good practice examples of final year projects, dissertations or Masters theses please contact your lecturer.