Course guide for review:
Today's course guide:
RESOURCES FOR YOU
- Bibliographic Management with Zotero
- Lit Reviews and Overviews
- Article Databases & Search Strategies
Citation chasing and tracing
- Getting stuff - from Concordia and beyond
- Open Access Journals
- Getting Help
At the Download page: https://www.zotero.org/download/
- Zotero 5.0 for your Windows/Mac desktop
- Zotero Connector for your browser
How can I locate articles that capture past and current understandings of a topic, set it in historical context and list "core" works related to it?
for example, find sociological articles about:
corrections / incarceration
citizenship / migration
share your topic
find lit reviews
Searching for dissertations:
A) How many Concordia theses from the Sociology & Anthropology department include the term decolonization?
B) Can you find A. Swiffen's PhD Thesis: Law, Ethics and the Biopolitical
A) In a world with Google Scholar AND your own 'Discovery Search' in it, why use anything else for your research, such as smaller subject-specific library databases?
B) What are some ways you can FIND subject-specific databases?
LIT REVIEW JOURNALS
Number of search results
Number of search words
LIBRARY CATALOGUE / BOOKS
Search Strategies in Article Databases:
Can you create a bibliography in APA format for the citations you have saved in your Zotero so far?
Citation chasing and tracing:
A) Have authors citing Leanne Simpson's Dancing on our Turtle's Back also written about food sovereignty ?
GETTING YOUR HANDS ON THE FULL TEXT OF ITEMS:
After a very successful conference presentation of yours, the editors of Sociology Mind journal invite you to submit your paper for publication.
How should you proceed?
Open Access Journals:
Run like the wind!
How can you access the following:
Chew, Dolores. "Feminism and Multiculturalism in Quebec: An/Other Perspective." Canadian Woman Studies 27.2 (2009): 84-92
And can you find and access this?
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 prof 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?
AskUs desk: Mon 4-5, Tues 12-2, Fri 1-2
Tuesdays: Sociology Lab H-1132, 3-5 pm
SOCI 409 Honours Sociology Library Workshop
By susie breier