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HUM 122: Southern Culture
This Research Guide is for students in HUM 122. It provides information about Southern Culture, including literature, history, foods, art/architecture, religion,and social life, found in the CCCC libraries and linked databases
Research can be challenging. To jump-start your research, try one of the library's best bet databases. These databases have plenty of books, journal articles, newspaper articles, photographs, and other electronic materials about Southern Culture.
The Project MUSE Basic Research Collection is an interdisciplinary collection in the humanities and social sciences. This database searches articles from journals in these disciplines, covering topics like religion, literature, philosophy, cultural studies, anthropology, women's studies, film and the arts.
General reference database for over 175 subjects from magazines, journals and newspapers, including peer-reviewed and scholarly works.
Article: A single, usually stand-alone, piece of writing included in a larger collection, typically a magazine, journal, or newspaper.
Journal: A journal is a periodical (meaning published on a regular, on-going basis) collection of articles, usually related to a specific subject area.
Database: A collection of information sources such as journals, newspapers, eBooks, or encyclopedias, that have been organized so that users can easily find, access, and use that information.
Peer Review: The process that scholarly articles must undergo to be published. When an author submits their article to an academic or scholarly journal, it is then sent to other experts in their field (knows as their peers) to be reviewed. If those experts agree that the article contains good information and is based on a sound study or experiment, then it can be published.