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.
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
Search the library catalog for books you can check out on your topic
If you use quotation marks around phrases, your search will be more specific.
Bigger topics? Human rights, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, development, developing countries
Articles from Periodical Databases
Search your topic in
Search for current event articles in
Search for newspaper articles in
You might choose the National Newspapers or, if you are focusing on one country, select the link to the International Newspapers
A full list of library databases
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:
At the left side of the screen, select HUMAN RIGHTS
Quality Internet Sources
Finding good websites for college research can be difficult and time-consuming. Below are some recommendations for finding quality websites.
Topic and Research Narrowing Ideas:
- Infomine: scholarly websites
- Internet Public Library
- Social Issues from Different Perspectives
- St. Ambrose University Paper Topics
Sources of academic websites
- Specific valuable websites
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