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This is the research guide for the Communication Research Capstone course. My name is Miguel García and I am the research librarian teaching your research class. Please feel free to contact the library throughout the semester if you would like to schedule an appointment to talk about research strategies and locating sources for your final paper.
Below, you will find some database suggestions (on the left) for locating scholarly journal articles to support your research paper.
In the right-hand column - Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
These are the slides from the library class. It may help to review them to refresh your memory on tips to make your searches more efficient.
Use databases to find articles on your topic. These databases are the best place to start.
The video below recaps the peer review process, which you are probably already familiar with. The following are additonal important criteria to consider as you complete your literature reviews:
femini* AND (film OR "motion picture")
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Watch this tutorial below to learn how to find full-text articles.