Drew University Library
FYS: Love, Marriage and Sexuality
|International encyclopedia of marriage and family, 2003.|
|International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, 2001|
|Encyclopedia of Sex, 2000.|
Using Journal Indexes:
To find the research on which your magazine article is based, start by identifying the clues:
To find the original research, the easiest place to start is with a broad, general database that might provide the text of the article. Some examples:
PsycINFO (Core in Psychology)
If the database provides a direct link to html or pdf text, use it. If not, click on the Article Linker button to see if the article is available in another database. If Article Linker reports no electronic full text, scroll down to "More Full Text Options," and click on "Search the catalog by journal title" to see if Drew owns the journal in paper or microform.
If the popular article gives you the exact name and date of the journal, you might want to consult Full-Text Electronic Journal Holdings on the Research Resources page.
Guides for Writing Annotations:
There are several guides available on the public Web:
Recommended by Drew's composition program. Includes sample annotations
|Writing an Annotated
Includes a useful list of possible elements to include in an annotated bibliography
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Jody L. Caldwell/9/6/06