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Ethnic, Gender and Transborder Studies: General References

HOW TO LOCATE THIS GUIDE

To locate this guide by URL: https://libguides.pima.edu/EGTS

WHY USE GENERAL REFERENCE RESOURCES?

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General Reference sources...

1. Are used in the early stages of research to provide background information.

2. Give you the essential facts and concepts to understand material written by experts.

3. Focused on well-established knowledge.

4. Present controversies in an objective and balanced way.

5. Save you time and frustration!

SUGGESTED TERMS

The following is a list of common search terms related to this subject area that you may use to generate ideas for your research.

  • Mexican American
  • Chicano
  • Border culture
  • Affirmative action
  • Native Americans OR American Indian OR the name of a specific tribal nation
  • Bilingualism
  • Bilingual education
  • Biculturalism
  • Gender
  • Indigenous
  • LGBT
  • Discrimination
  • Racism

Also take a look at the online anthropology books in the ONLINE REFERENCE BOOKS box.

SEARCH 200+ ENCYCLOPEDIAS

REFERENCE DATABASES

Studies in the areas of ethnic, gender and transborder studies are multidisciplinary so you may need to look in other types of reference databases for sources, depending on your selected topic

            See all Encyclopedias & Reference databases, then click the link that looks like this

         Link to Encyclopedias to browse them.

 

The selected online reference databases below are especially great starting points for your research: