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SWG222: Gender, Law and Policy: Home

Fall 2019, C. Baker

Case Briefing

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Annotated Bibliographies

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Search Across Websites (Google Custom Search)

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Search for Resource Materials on Websites Suggested by Professor Baker

Starting Points

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  • to find background information on your topic 
  • identify other sources of information from the bibliography

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Sage Reference Online

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