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Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976): Finding Articles

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To get the full text of articles, try both the Find@Appstate link and the article title, or contact a librarian for assistance.

Databases in Chinese Cultural Revolution

Google Scholar

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Scholarly/Peer Reviewed Journals

What are "scholarly" or "peer-reviewed" articles?

  • Written by scholars or experts on the topic
     
  • Content has been critically evaluated by other experts
     
  • Contain citations (footnotes and/or bibliography) documenting sources

For more information, see  the Popular and Scholarly Sources Tutorial.

Citing Your Sources

A citation is a record of where you encountered a certain idea. Citing your sources helps other scholars track down resources they find of interest. Proper citation helps us all build on our knowledge.

OWL (Online Writing Lab) @ Purdue

The OWL resources will help you learn how to use the American Psychological Association (APA) citation and format style.

AppState University Writing Center

AppState's University Writing Center has assembled a comprehensive set of MLA resources and is the recommended place to start if you need help.

Subject Guide

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