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The resources on this list are your best options for finding peer-reviewed, high quality content on your topic. Try Anthrosource or Google Scholar if you are not sure where to start.
For a search of resources beyond academic articles (newspapers, magazines, interviews), try a more general search database, like Academic OneFile or Academic Search Complete.
Access to these resources requires your SMU ID.
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Useful starting place to get background on your topic and how it is seen through an anthropological lens. Also provides related keywords you can use in your search and links for further research and contextual understanding.
Scroll down to "entries," click "search within," and sort by "relevancy."
The foundational ethics of Wikipedia participation. These are the big rules to always keep in mind when you are a member of the Wikipedia editing community.
You can also find more details of each pillar in the student dashboard (link below).
Your home base for very helpful, brief tutorials on everything you need to successfully participate in the Wikipedia community. Go here first anytime you get stuck working in Wikipedia or need a refresher on a concept.
An excellent search tool for finding books in libraries worldwide, and many of the books will have the option to preview in Google Books. You can also see if we have it locally by entering SMU's zipcode. A first choice for finding a large selection of books on your topic.