Ipswich, MA -- October 28, 2014. There is a new resource available for researchers studying the Arab World. EBSCO Information Services has introduced Arab World Research Source, a full-text database that delivers the coverage needed by researchers of Arab Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Studies.
Arab World Research Source is a dedicated resource of scholarly journals, quality magazines, trade publications, industry profiles, country reports, market research reports and conference papers related to the Arab World. It reaches across all major subject disciplines, including business, economics, science, technology, humanities and sociology.
The database contains more than 300 full-text titles, including nearly 200 scholarly journals. Of those scholarly journals, 83 feature Arabic full text. Key titles include Journal of Social Sciences, Alexandria Journal for Veterinary Sciences, Arab Journal of Nephrology & Transplantation, Journal of King Abdulaziz: Marine Sciences, Annals of Arts & Social Sciences, and Journal of Sharia & Islamic Studies.
The Arabic content in Arab World Research Source is highly discoverable due to enhanced multilingual content search technology in EBSCOhost databases and EBSCO Discovery Service due to the growth of EBSCOhost throughout the world and the continued addition of non-English content to databases. EBSCO provides language-specific searching for more than 45 of the most common languages, including Arabic.
For more information on Arab World Research Source, visit: http://www.ebscohost.com/academic/arab-world-research-source.
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