WGS 210: Gendered Perspective
Reference Sources (Reference Room)
WOMEN & GENDER ISSUES:
HOMOSEXUALITY: HQ 75 ... through HQ 76 ...
THE FAMILY: HQ 500 ... through HQ 535 ...
CHILDREN: HQ 767 ... through HQ 799 ...
MENıS STUDIES: HQ 1090 ... through HQ 1099 ...
WOMENıS STUDIES: HQ 1101 ... through HQ 1900 ...
Encyclopedia of women and gender
REF HQ 1115 .G74 2003
The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Womenıs Issues Worldwide
REF HQ 1154 .W95 2000
Routledge international encyclopedia of women
REF HQ 1115 .R69 2000
Statistical abstract of the United States
Ref Desk HA 202 .U8
International historical statistics : the Americas, 1750-2000
Ref HA 175 .M55 2003
International historical statistics : Europe, 1750-2000
Ref HA 1107 .M5 2003
International historical statistics : Africa, Asia & Oceania, 1750-1993
Ref HA 4675 .M552 1998
CATALOGS (Where to find BOOKS)
CATALOG [+ E-Z Borrow for books already checked out!]
>>> NOTE: There are no journal articles in the catalog!<<<
From the A to Z List of Online Resources webpage:
Alternative Press Index (+ its Archive)
America History & Life
Article First [Broad coverage-if you need to use it]
Business Full Text
CIAO (Columbia International Affairs Online)
Contemporary Women's Issues
Humanities Full Text
ingenta [Do not pay for anything! Use InterLibrary Loan or E-Z Borrow!]
JSTOR / Journal Storage / "Scholarly Journal Archive" (19th century - mid 1990s)
Lexis/Nexis (Domestic and international newspapers)
MLA Bibliography (Modern Language Association = Literary)
New York Times, 1851-2001
PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service; + its Archive)
Periodical Abstracts [Broad coverage-if you need to use it]
Project Muse (mid 1990s-) [Humanities & Social Sciences]
Reader's Guide [Popular literature]
Readerıs Guide Retrospective (1890-1982)
Religion Index (ATLA)
Science Full Text
Social Sciences Full Text
Check the "List of Journal Titles @ F&M" to confirm
Remember we have InterLibrary Loan and the new EZ
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