soan 820 + anth/soci 660
Fall 2018 library workshops
A) What is the best spot on the library web site for grad students?
B) Where can I find out about all of the services, resources and perks reserved for grad students only?
- 4 dissertation writers’ rooms
- Your own quiet reading room
- Lounge, kitchenette & book shelves
- Dedicated printer/copier/scanner
- Seminar and Thesis Defense Room
GETTING YOUR HANDS ON THE FULL TEXT OF ITEMS:
How can you access the following:
Chew, Dolores. "Feminism and Multiculturalism in Quebec: An/Other Perspective." Canadian Woman Studies 27.2 (2009): 84-92
How about this one?
Kitchen, Brigitte. "Framing the issues: the political economy of poor mothers." Canadian Woman Studies, v. 12, no. 4, summer 1992; p. 10-17.
And how would you search for this one:
Archer, M. S. (1990). "Resisting the revival of relativism." In Globalization, Knowledge & Society: Readings from International Sociology (pp. 19-33). London: Sage Publications.
a) Is it really possible that we don't have it?
My supervisor keeps mentioning Simon Springer's Handbook of Neoliberalism, which I can't seem to find.
b) If so, what can I do to get my hands on it?
Can you create a folder in RefWorks just for today's session and export at least the first 2 citations we found into your account and folder?
Can you create a bibliography in APA format for the citations in your folder?
Can you share this folder with your classmates and/or the rest of the Concordia community?
Where can I look, beyond our catalogue?
I'm hoping to find books that combine two of my research interests: "chick lit" and cultural studies.
Searching for dissertations:
B) How many Concordia theses from the Sociology & Anthropology department - include the term biopolitical?
A) Can you find and download Eve Lorane Brown's dissertation from UC Santa Cruz?
Sociology and Anthropology Professional Development Seminar Questions and Issues: Library Tools & Services
By susie breier