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You may find it useful to consult the following resources:

English Subject Guide: A guide to information sources in English literature.

Glossary: Are you confused about some of the terms you encounter about library research? Check this glossary for brief explanations.

Finding Free Literary Resources: Use guide this to locate free literary and other resources in the humanities.

Open Access Resources: Guide to open access resources broken down by discipline, as well as to O(pen) E(educational) R(esources).

APA Citation Guide: Use this guide for a brief  guide to some of the most commonly-used types of citations.

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Ethnographic Research

Ethnographic Research

Your ethnographic research assignment involves designing short interviews focusing on gender issues in particular communities.

Ethnographic research is typically associated with the social sciences. For an example of how ethnographic research can be applied to other fields, see the book shown below. See especially Chapter 7, "The Uses of Ethnographic Methods in English Studies."

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