[Aaus-community-list] Re: [aaus-list] RFE/RL news report query
gene at shklar.com
Sun Nov 7 13:09:18 EST 2010
Often the best way to search the contents of a web site is to use Google
instead of the site's own search engine.
Go to www.google.com, click on "Advanced Search", specify the site name
such as rferl.org in the indicated box at the bottom, and search away.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexandra Hrycak" <hrycaka at reed.edu>
To: <aaus-list at ukrainianstudies.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 07, 2010 8:16 AM
Subject: [aaus-list] RFE/RL news report query
Can anyone help me by telling me where RFE/RL newsline report have been
collected for 1989-2009 for large volume searches and downloads?
I am researching protest events in Ukraine, and it appears that using
the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) website requires individual
cut and paste methods for downloading each article; the search engine is
also very primitive. Is there anyone out there who can tell me whether
the RFE/RL news reports are available via a searchable data base that
allows larger volume searches and downloads of articles, e.g., something
like Lexis Nexis? I checked Lexis Nexis and Academic Search Premier and
they don't appear to cover RFE/RL. I am finding using the RFE/RL website
search engine somewhat cumbersome for the volume of stories I need to
cover. I have tried to contact RFE/RL to find out an answer to my
question, but have received no reply.
-- Thank you in advance, Alexandra
Department of Sociology
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97202-8199
E-mail: hrycak at reed.edu
Personal web page: http://academic.reed.edu/sociology/faculty/hrycak/
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