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Marketing: Find articles

Library Databases

As a Delaware Tech student, you have access to respected, high quality online databases that will provide you with the latest information in your field of study.  Library databases to which you have access are listed under the Resources tab at

The vast majority of articles that Delaware Tech students have access to are in electronic format.  Your Delaware Tech campus library purchases access to electronic databases that allow you to search for and access periodical articles to assist you in your research.

These databases include:

Comprehensive databases range from general reference collections to specially designed, subject-specific databases for public, academic, medical, corporate, and school libraries.


Dictionaries, reference books, images and videos on all topics.  


Provides a concise summary of issues and controversies in today's news, including historical background on the issues and a synopsis of all sides of the debate.  Links to articles that support both the pro and con of a particular topic.

Statista - The Statistics Portal for Market Data, Market Research and  Market StudiesFind statistics, consumer survey results and industry studies from over 22,500 sources on over 60,000 topics on the internet's leading statistics database.

Also available: NY Times and Proquest Newspapers (including The News Journal)

Professional/Trade Publications

What are professional/trade publications?

Trade or professional publications are magazines, journals, and newspapers written for particular audiences. In general, a trade publication will contain news, current events information, articles, and ads of interest to people in that industry or profession.

  • Audience: Researchers and experts, members of a trade or profession, and the general public.
  • Provide information of use to a particular industry.
  • No specific format.
  • Articles sometimes unsigned.
  • General editors of the magazine review articles.
  • Advertising is used to appeal to those in the field.