Steps for finding sources
2) Find books
- Start with the Primo catalogue
3) Find articles
- Sociological Abstracts
- Search inside sociology-related journals for mobility, including Theory, Culture & Society and Public Culture. Limit to peer reviewed journals.
- Search inside geography-related journals for mobility, including Environment and Planning and Journal of Cultural Geography.
- Academic OneFile
- Search journals from a range of disciplines. Includes Mobility in History and Transfers. Limit to peer reviewed journals.
- Google Scholar
- Use to discover who has cited a specific book or article. Connecting to Library resources using Google Scholar (video: 2:02)
3) More ideas
- Check references attached to each item on your topic
- Look for keyword lists attached to journal articles
- Found a great journal? Try searching all issues:
3) APA Style
- Consult The Little Penguin Handbook
- Citation styles: MLA, Turabian, etc.
- APA style: citation examples
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