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Subject Guide with Search Tips for Affirmative Action

Books | Articles | Internet

 

 

Books and Audio Visuals

Use the Library Catalog to find books, DVDs, videos and other materials on your topic. You can

enter keywords of your own choosing, or you can identify the specific subject headings that the

library catalogs use to group related materials together.

 

Suggested Subject Headings

Affirmative action

Race discrimination

 

Selected Call Numbers

E184

E185

 

Interracial America: Opposing Viewpoints

Szumski, Bonnie, ed.

E 184 .A1 I6 1996 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

Minorities

Williams, Mary E., ed.

E184 .A1 M5433 1998 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

Turning Back: the Retreat from Racial Justice in American Thought and Policy

Steinberg, Stephen

E185.615 .S744 1995 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

American Work

Jones, Jacquelline

E185.8 .J767 1998 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

Working Women: Opposing Viewpoints

Williams, Mary E., ed.

HD 6053 .W6773 1998 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

“Affirmative Action” Encyclopedia of Business

HF1001 .E466 1995 Escondido Center, REF

 

Inequality: Opposing Viewpoints

Shein, Lori

HN 70 .S6 1998 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

The Disabled

Stalcup, Brenda, ed.

HV 1553 .D549 1997 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

Discrimination: Opposing Viewpoints

Williams, Mary E., ed.

JC 599 .U5 D57 1997 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

The Darden Dilema

Corse, Ellis, ed.

KF 9223 .D37 1997 Escondido Center, Circulating

 

Articles

 

Articles are usually identified by using online research databases or printed indexes. Printed

indexes are especially helpful for older material. Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles

can supply the latest information on a topic and often contain details not available elsewhere.

Online databases can be found at

http://www.palomar.edu/library/OnlineDatabases/databases.htm

 

·         EBSCOhost provides access to several databases including magazine, journal and

newspaper articles. Databases include Academic Search Premier and Regional

Business News. For a guide on how to search EBSCOhost, go to

http://support.epnet.com/CustSupport/Tutorials/basicSearchingAcademic.html

 

·         CQ Researcher is a publication containing thorough articles on various current topics.

Copies are located on the book shelf at H 35 .E352. There is an index beside the bound

volumes. Sample articles include:

 

Jost, Kenneth. “Affirmative Action.” CQResearcher. 21 Sept. 2001: 737-760

 

Jost, Kenneth. “Rethinking Affirmative Action.” CQResearcher. 28 Apr. 1995: 369

 

Masci, David. “The Black Middle Class.” CQ Researcher. 23 Jan. 1998:49.

 

Internet

 

Basic Internet Search Strategies - Use a directory, subject portal, or search engine to focus your

Internet search.  In addition to those listed below, find more information on the Palomar Library Subject Links site at http://www.palomar.edu/library/subjects.htm

 

·         American Association for Affirmative Action http://www.affirmativeaction.org

 

·         U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission http://www.eeoc.gov

 

·         Washington Post Affirmative Action Links and Resources

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/special/affirm/links.htm

 

·         American Civil Liberties Union http://www.aclu.org

 

Information on Citation Styles

 

Information on library research can be found on the following page.

http://www.palomar.edu/library/refguides.htm

 


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