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Anthropology 150- Economic Anthropology: Home

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This guide is for academic research related to the study of

ECONOMIC ANTHROPOLOGY.

It's intent is to help you locate relevant source material that will support your writing assignments.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is a special version of Google specially designed for searching scholarly literature. It covers peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research. Many of the articles found in Google Scholar are available to you through the library databases, since the library has a paid subscription, you can access full-text content online. This is a good place to start, but should be used in conjunction with other specialized resources.

Google Searching Tips

Options to refine your search include:

 

  • synonyms- use ~ (the tilde symbol) immediately before a search term to include synonyms ~tourism
  • “phrase searching”- use quotation marks around phrases “hearing loss”
  • OR- results include either search term. OR must be in capital letters (ipod OR mp3)
  • exclude- use a hypen ( – ) immediately before a search term you want to exclude ipod –itunes
  • include- use the plus sign ( +) immediately before automatically excluded search terms that you want included +the
  • intitle:-finds results with your search term in the document title intitle:mp3
  • author:- finds results with your search term as the document author author:Jones
  • date range- to change from anytime, select an option from left side of the results screen
  • document type- to change from articles and patents, either click Legal documents or deselect include

Subject Guide

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