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GNDR 3100: Gendered Politics of Health (Side) - Fall 2021: Home

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Finding academic sources

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You can use more specific keywords in research databases than you often can in OneSearch, so you can often uncover sources more directly in a database than you can in OneSearch. Many databases include material not listed in OneSearch. See below for recommended databases for GNDR 3100.


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Research databases

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Citation: A very brief introduction