Soc/Anth 355 - Globalization

Tips and resources for Soc/Anth 355: Globalization

Best Bet: Use OneSearch to search for books, scholarly articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, etc.  Use the "show more" limit link to limit to the discipline of Sociology (or add Anthropology and Political Science as appropriate)

Articles:

SocINDEX, a comprehensive scholarly research database for sociology

Business Source Complete - business/economic focus

Academic Search Complete - broad interdisciplinary focus

Google Scholar -  this proxied link to the scholarly subset of Google is helpful for interdisciplinary topics

Be sure to follow these instructions to get links from Google Scholar results to UPEI-provided full text

 

Books:

The Library Catalogue has over 2,500 books that mention the term "globalization" and many more using "international".

 

Canadian-specific:

If your topic involves Canada's relations with the rest of the world, use the Government search box/tab on the Library home page to find Canadian federal reports and statistics.

 

Citing sources:

APA (American Psychological Association)

MLA  (Modern Language Association)

Citation machine - A fill-in-the-blank online form that will give you back the citation in your choice of format

RefWorks - a system for storing your citations that will also give you back your citations in any format

AAA (American Anthropological Association) - style guide - 10 page PDF - see attached file below

ASA (American Sociological Association) - style guide - 5 page PDF - see attached file below. Full guide is available at the Information Desk

 

Attachment Size
American Anthropological Association Style Guide (2009 edition) 319.92 KB
American Sociological Association Style Quick Guide (as of 2011) 67.92 KB