For your assignment it may be useful or even necessary to make use of sources other than just journal articles. Consider, for example, policy documents, statistics or newspaper articles. Or you can look for interesting books.
Read the information on the subpages for help.
Write down (in addition to source data as author and title etc.) in which search systems you have found the sources and how. This can be useful if you need to retrace your steps or for find your data / sources at a later stage.
A book is often an in-depth, scientific study on a certain subject. Such a monograph often contains overviews and theory and is the result of years of research. It is very suitable as the first entry for a certain topic, but does not always contain the latest research findings or nuance of the scientific discussion (as opposed to a scientific article).
Books can be found at several databases, for example:
(for print books) search Utrecht University on WorldCat for the Utrecht University Library collection, the collection of all Dutch libraries and many other international libraries; limit your search to 'gedrukte boeken/print books'
(for online or e books) search Utrecht University on WorldCat for the Utrecht University Library collection (limit your search to e-book and Utrecht University Library)*, several Digital databases that contain e-books at the Utrecht University Library, Scopus, Google Books, Europeana, Internet Archive, Project Gutenberg, Hathi Trust.
For more information see our libguide Search strategy.
* In Worldcat you will probably also find books from other library collections. You will have no access to these e-books. You can request print books from other libraries via WorldCat (but you have to pay for this service).
Newspaper articles can be found in for example: