Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANTH 101 - Graham)

Welcome!

This library guide will help you identify the important library resources you will need for your ANTH 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology with Professor Lisa Graham.

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To help you get started on your research, our librarians have created a Research 101 Tutorial that covers choosing a topic as well as finding, evaluating, and citing sources using the library databases.


In this guide, you will find resources to help you...

...write an outline.

...write a thesis statement.

...evaluate which type of source you have found.

...find enthnographies.

...search CSN databases for sources.

...use tips and tricks to search academic databases.

...find books at CSN Libraries.

...avoid plagiarism when writing.

...cite your sources.

Librarian

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Emily Pattni
Contact:
CSN West Charleston Library
Office I115-F
702-651-5863

Textbook

To help CSN students save money where they can, the library has partnered with student government to purchase certain textbooks as part of our textbook reserve program. A copy of your textbook for this course is available at each of the Henderson and Charleston Library locations for a check-out time of 2 hours. These textbooks must remain in the library and are available on a "first-come, first-serve" basis. To see if it is available, stop by your closest CSN library branch and ask the circulation desk!