ANTH - SOCI - WSDB
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I have a research paper to write for my sociology course.... what database(s) should I use?
How have sociologists defined and discussed “institution”….. from its first meanings, until today?
I need to find important sociological articles about masculinity, but I am not sure if I have the right (best/most important) ones.
I am doing a field research class and need 10 peer-reviewed articles for my lit review. My topic is:
Italian women immigrants in Montreal, the recipes they pass on, and the ingredients they use in their food.
How can I find streaming films about community and place-making?
I found one on your website, but it says I don't have access.
What can I do??
At Concordia, WSDB = The ? Institute
If WSDB students mention the "other library" what do they mean?
At Concordia, anthropology is mostly limited to the c______l kind, and is often quite similar to _______gy.
How can I reproduce the same great search you just did for me in SocINDEX (or another EBSCO database)??
You’re supposed to have access to this article, but it won’t work!
Wilcox, H. N., & Kong, P. (2014). How to Eat Right in America. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 17(1), 81-102.
when we are supposed to have access but don't
We should have touched on:
Lit Review and Overview sources as listed on my Professional Development Seminar course page
- favouring Subject Guides over Databases by Subject
the difference between a research question and lit review around it
permalinks for EBSCO searches and more
- My Recent Videos pages, How to Find Videos guide, our "by request" access to Kanopy streaming films, WorldCat to search for films worldwide
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