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ECON 2114 - Economics of Race, Class and Gender in the American Workplace (Nantz): Home

The Journal of Economic Perspective

Welcome!

Hello! This course guide has been created for students enrolled in an ECON 2114: The Economics of Race, Class and Gender in the American Workplace course. In this guide, you will find several resources intended to help with your research-related coursework.


Below is a description of the pages found in the menu at the top of this guide.
 

  • Research Guides - Lists of databases organized by subject/discipline.
    • Economics Research Guide - You may want to look through scholarly literature for your presentation. This is the Economics guide, but if you use any of the journal databases they will be covering other aspects of business such as human resources, management, finance, marketing, etc.
    • Communications Research Guide - This has been included in case you want to search through newspaper databases. On this page to the 'Find Newspapers' box.
  • NYT & WSJ Subscriptions - Provides instructions on how to create accounts for the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. These are free subscriptions available to all students, faculty, and staff.
  • APA Guide & Citation Resources
    • APA Style Guide - An easy-to-use guide on APA citation guidelines, including in-text citations, references, and general formatting standards.
    • How to Generate a Citation - Get help formatting your citations by using citation generators in the Library's catalog and databases.
    • Zotero User Guide - Provides help with setting up a Zotero account, and covers the basics of saving and citing sources.

Newspaper Databases

Databases with full text access to newspapers from around the world:

Access to the New York Times & Wall Street Journal

DiMenna-Nyselius Library is pleased to provide online access to The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to the Fairfield University community. Learn more and sign up here

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