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Comm 442i

  1. 1. Basics of Searching. Always separate terms with AND If your term is a root ending or can be singular or plural use: * (shift+8) To make your terms searched as phrases: ebscohost= W1 proquest= “quotation marks” Look for the word “cite” to get to the citation formats (APA/MLA etc) Click on “Get it at CSULB” if the item is not full text in the database you are currently searching
  2. 2. Basics of Searching. Voting w1 behavior* and California “tea party platform” Reagan and speech* Advertising and election*
  3. 3. Target Audience AGE Census.Gov Public Opinion (Lexis Nexis)
  4. 4. CNN Election Center Environmental Scanning
  5. 5. Issues Quotes Opposing Viewpoints Newspapers
  6. 6. Guest Appearances Federal Election Commission Report Database Capital Eye e-journal PACS
  7. 7. Political Communication Lab Communication & Mass Media Complete COAST Academic Search Complete
  8. 8. Citing sources OWL Purdue MLA Style This page provides links to a variety of online examples of citing in both MLA and APA styles Citing Youtube Videos in MLA Style This site is maintained by Cal Berkeley and tells you how to cite videos you find online
  9. 9. Get a Library Password
  10. 10. Tiffini Travisttravis@csulb.edu Office Hours: Listed on the Course Guide for Communication
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