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WGST/PSYC 405/505 / SOC/CRJ 443/543: Gender Roles (Deward)

Research Guide for Gender Roles course

When is Nadine Anderson, your Librarian, Available?

Email Nadine at nfanders@umich.edu with your research questions and/or to set up an online meeting. During the Winter 2021 semester I am available online from Sunday to Thursday. I do not engage in work emails outside of these days or during holidays.

Welcome

This guide will help you with your Social Problem Analysis:

  1. Go to Online Library Access for help and instructions on accessing library articles, databases, and streaming videos online:

Social Problem Analysis Part A: Develop Your Topic!

  1. Go to Find Sources and use the Mardigian Search box and its FAQs to find peer-reviewed journal articles about your topic
  2. Go to Cite Your Sources and use the templates and instructions to cite your journal articles in American Psychological Association (APA) Style or American Sociological Association (ASA) Style
  3. Go to Create Your Annotations for guidelines and instructions on putting together your annotations
    1. Go to Read & Analyze Your Articles to help you find key information for your summary 
    2. Go to Use Your Sources to help you build your reflection  
  4. Go to Develop Your Research Question for guidelines and instructions on developing a strong research question

Social Problem Analysis Part B: Build Your Arguments & Outline!

  1. Go to Find Statistical Data and use the resources provided to find data that will help you answer your research questions
  2. Go to Cite Your Sources and use the templates and instructions to cite the websites where you found your data in American Psychological Association (APA) Style or American Sociological Association (ASA) Style 
  3. Go to Select Your Sources and use the CRAAP criteria to evaluate and select your sources
  4. Go to Use Your Sources to help you build your evidence and arguments for your Social Problem Analysis and identify relationships between your sources 
  5. Go to Develop Your Outline for guidelines and instructions on organizing your themes, evidence, and arguments into a draft outline of your Social Problem Analysis

Social Problem Analysis Part C: Write Your Social Problem Analysis!

  1. ​​​​​​​Go to Find Sources and use the Mardigian Search box and its FAQs to find peer-reviewed journal articles that will help you answer your research question
  2. Go to Write Your Social Problem Analysis for guidelines and instructions on putting together each section of your paper
  3. Go to Cite Your Sources for help putting together your citations and formatting your References list in APA Style or ASA Style
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