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Can you help me find articles on the women’s movement?

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First, go to the library’s website by clicking the library icon in VCamp

Choose the grey button that says Articles. 

In the Background Information box (on the right under the EBSCO box) you'll see Britannica Online, click that link

You should see a search box at the top of the page. Enter: Women's Movement then click Search.

You'll see a list of articles that mention it, choose the first one: Women's Movement (political and social movement)

Now you'll see the article. If you scroll all the way down, you'll see the APA citation for this specific article. You can cut and paste this citation right into your bibliography.

To get more specific information on the Women's Movement, EBSCO has tons of great articles! Here are the steps to follow:

First, go to the library’s website by clicking the library icon in VCamp

Choose the grey button that says Articles. 

In the EBSCO search box enter: Women's Movement

Check the boxes next to Academic Search Premier Click Search

You'll see a lot of results! To narrow it down, follow these steps:

In the second search box enter women history then look to the box next to it and click Select A Field (Optional) and choose SU Subject Terms.

In the third empty box enter women in politics then look to the box next to it and click Select A Field (Optional) and choose SU Subject Terms.

Then click Search and you will see some great articles!

If you see a title that looks good, click on the title to learn more. After you click on the title, look to the far left and you will see PDF Full Text. Follow that link to read the whole article.

If you are going to use the article in your paper, you can get the APA citation from EBSCO. If you’re looking at the full article, there will be a list of Tools on the right. The fourth one down is a little yellow button, click it and the APA citation will appear. You can cut and paste this citation right to your bibliography.

 
 
 

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