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Incarcerated Populations

The scope of this guide is meant to inform all who interact with it on related issues to mass incarceration and link interested parties to data and advocacy resources.

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Finding Articles

Below is the link to our full list of databases, as well as some key databases that may be helpful for you to consider when conducting research related to incarceration and the criminal legal system.

Selected Databases


Duquesne affiliates have access to several journals relevant to crime and incarceration. See a searchable list of journals at the link below. Additionally, see below for some relevant publishers with accessible collections.

Full Text Options

This guide explains some of the most frequently used ways to find full text at Duquesne.

This tool will pop up in many databases and web pages and help you find full text. It takes less than one minute to setup.

Borrow From Other Libraries

There are ways of getting access to materials not available at Duquesne by contacting and borrowing from other libraries.

When Gumberg doesn’t have an article, you can order it for free electronic delivery using ILLiad.