Chicana/o Studies: Selected Research Sources

For assistance in research in Chicana/o Studies contact the subject specialist: Jennie Quiñónez-Skinner

Jump to: Types of Resources | Ideas for Topics | Finding Articles in Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers | General Reference Sources | Statistics and Demographics | Additional Resources | Citing Your Sources | Plagiarism

Information on the topic of Chicanas and Chicanos may be found using a variety of search terms combined with any or all of the following terms which can be used to identify a specific group:

Types of Resources

http://library.csun.edu/Guides/ResearchStrategies/GettingStarted - Be alert to the need or requirement for specific types of information such as primary and secondary or scholarly or credible.  There are specific research tools that may assist in the search for required types of information. 

Ideas for Topics

Specialized Sources (on the surface/free web)

Finding Articles in Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers

Consult the "Databases by Subject" on the Oviatt Library homepage for additional indexes. You should also use (How to Locate Articles Online or in the Library)

Specialized indexes to articles – Use the “Databases A-Z” linked on the Oviatt Library home page to link to these:

General indexes to articles – Use the “Databases A-Z” linked on the Oviatt Library home page to link to these:

General Reference Sources

Statistics and Demographics

Government Information Sources

Additional Resources

Organizations

Citing Your Sources

Avoiding Plagiarism

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