P-Sets, Essays and Midterms: Making Time for Social Change in a Busy World
A guide to resources for PWR 2DHA: P-Sets, Essays and Midterms: Making Time for Social Change in a Busy World. This research guide broadly covers the research process from researching refernce materials for broad subject reading to database searching for articles.
Reference materials can be good resources for subject overviews and a means to collect useful keywords. The bibliographies frequently include key texts and thinkers that are associated with a specific subject. To discover more reference materials held in the Stanford Libraries, search Reference Universe, Searchworks, consult with a librarian, or browse the libraries' reference collections.
Tips for using reference sources:
1. Look at the cross-references that many entries provide. These can be helpful in pointing you toward a related or more accurate idea/term.
2. One of the most important elements of any good reference source entry is its bibliography. Take note of the books or articles that the entry's author deems elementary to understanding the individual or idea.
Listed below are Library of Congress subject terms, which search only the subject field(s) of the Searchworks catalogue.
- You can refine your results by using the limiting facets with the left frame.
- Narrow by SUL (Stanford University Libraries) location, publication year, language, etc.
- Action Research
- Group Identity
- Higher Education-Political Aspects
- Internet Social Aspects
- Mass Media Social Aspects
- Online Privacy
- Race Psychological or Social Aspects
- Student Activism
- Truthfulness and Falsehood
- Universities and Rhetoric