English 110 - C. Oropeza - Human Rights Organizations

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About this Resource

Students will find recommended print and electronic sources for students to conduct research.

  • Class: ENGLISH 110
  • Instructor: Clara Oropeza
  • Assignment: Research paper exploring the development of a human rights issue or organization.

Books

These resources are available in the Luria Library Reference section.

  • R 323.4 B885b Basic documents on human rights
  • R 323.4 F735e Encyclopedia of human rights
  • R 323.4 L425e Encyclopedia of human rights

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Bigger topics? Human rights, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, development, developing countries

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The library recommends this database for more resources, including articles, broadcast, reference books:

About human rights issues in specific countries and the world press covering that country:

CountryWatch

At the left side of the screen, select HUMAN RIGHTS

Podcasts

Quality Internet Sources

Finding good websites for college research can be difficult and time-consuming. Below are some recommendations for finding quality websites.

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Sources of academic websites

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Wikipedia? Wikiality

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