English 110 - Menendez - Research for Cultural Phenomenon
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About this Resource
Students will find print and electronic resources for research on a topic regarding cultural phenomenon.
- Class: ENGLISH 110
- Instructor: M. Menendez
- Assignment: Research Papers
Social Conditions, Social Change, Social Movements, Popular Culture,
Reference Sources - Print
These resources are available in the Luria Library Reference section and are an excellent way to start research. Here are a few titles for you to consider:
- Greenwood encyclopedia of African American civil rights R 301.45196 L917e
- Protest, power and change R 303.61 P888p
- Women's issues R 305.40973 M143w
- Encyclopedia of social issues R 306.0973
- American Countercultures R 306.1 M678a
- Encyclopedia of social problems R 361.1 P261e
- Oxford companion to World War II R 940.5303 D285o
- Encyclopedia of the second World War R 940.5303 H716e
Reference Sources - Electronic
These resources are available online and may require your Pipeline account information.
Search the library catalog for your topic
Periodicals are magazines or journals that come out in print, usually on a regular and ongoing basis. The difference between a magazine and a journal is important. Review the document from Austin Community College on a magazine versus a journal because this is a vital distinction in college.
Search your topic in
- Project MUSE for scholarly articles only.
Search for articles, or research paper topics, in
- CQ Researcher. Try browsing by TOPIC.
Finding good websites for college research can be difficult and time-consuming. Below are some recommendations for topic narrowing, avoiding poor quality sites, evaluating websites,
Topic and Research Narrowing Ideas:
- Infomine: scholarly websites
- Internet Public Library
- Intute: Web resources for education and research
How to Cite the Sources You Find
- MLA Format - General and overview from the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University OWL