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Feminist Theory: Getting Started

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Getting Started: encyclopedias and dictionaries that provide background information.

Finding Books: suggestions for finding books at Appalachian State University, UNC-Asheville, and Western Carolina University (WNCLN Catalog) and at other institutions (WorldCat).

Finding Articles: suggested databases for finding journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

Websites: links to research guides and gateways on women's history, as well as information on evaluating websites.

Research Help: includes tutorials on library services, evaluation of resources, avoiding plagiarism, as well as tools for composing a list of works cited and links to writing websites and manuals.

Annotated Bibliography: guide to writing an annotated bibliography.

Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

General electronic reference works with Women's Studies and Feminist Theory content.


Feminist Theory: a Bibliography
ASU MAIN STACKS: Z7963.F44 N672 1992

Women's Studies: Core Books
Database of important titles in Women Studies organized by subject developed by the Women's Studies Section of American Colleges and Research Libraries.


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