I linked the article here, but a quick way to find the full text of an article from a citation like this one is:
Copy the article title (the part linked in this case) and
Search for it using the search box on the library's home page.
To check if the library has a movie:
Use the library search box (on the library's homepage or below).
Enter the movie title and switch the box that currently says All Items to Video.
Scan the results for your title.
We have a few movies available streaming online. However, we have a lot more movies (not documentaries) on DVD. If we have it on DVD, it'll be located on the first floor in the IMC. If you don't have a DVD player, the IMC loans out portable DVDs (for 7 days) that can connect to your computer via regular USB.
Describing the Theory Used to Assess Your Character
Published by the National Association of Social Workers, the encyclopedia provides overview articles on key topics ranging from international issues to ethical standards. While not a peer-reviewed article, the references can contain peer-reviewed articles. It can also help you identify theories that may apply to the characters you are analyzing.
Finding Scholarly References
You can use the search box on the library homepage to find scholarly articles:
Enter your topic as keywords. Keywords are short 1-3 word phrases that cover the main aspects of your topic. For example, you might use the theory you are using to assess your character as one of your keywords.
Put phrases into quotation marks, like "attachment stability" or "public assistance"
Try synonyms to bring back different results. "child care" "public assistance" will bring back different sources than "child care" SNAP.
After you enter your keywords, in the box that says All Items, select Articles instead, then click Search.
After you click Search, a page with results will come up. On the left, choose Scholarly/Peer-reviewed Journals under Show Only.
To get the full text of an article, click on links saying: Get PDF, Read Online, or Full Text Available.
You can also get a citation for the article in APA style by clicking on the Citation button (). Then choose APA as your citation format. Be sure to double-check this citation before you submit it with your paper using the Owl at Purdue or another style guide.