Best way to get full list of journals by subject/field? Karen Christensen 16 Dec 2007 19:35 UTC
I'm a reference and educational publisher, not a journals specialist, and need your advice. As we plan new encyclopedias on international social policy and social development, and other subjects, it would be very useful to check journals indexes.
What is the best way to collect a full list of all journals published, by all publishers large or small, on a topic or in a field? Say, all journals related to Africa, or all anthropology journals? I'm primarily interested in those published in English, but if there are major journals in other languages I would love to include them in my lists for the editorial board, too.
Many thanks for your help, and for the interesting discussion here.
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