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FIN 400 Senior Seminar in Finance Research Guide: Resources and Research Tools
This guide provides the research resources for completing the FIN400/FIN375 Thesis paper research project. These resources include:
a. Library full-text databases: Business Source Complete and EconLit
b. Google Scholar
c. Reputable newspaper and magazines
d. APA citation tools and videos
e. Annotated bibliography video
f. Presentation slide template
The most reliable database for economic research, EconLit provides full-text for economic journals and books as well as indexing and abstracting for economic journals.
B. Google Scholar (Find it at WCU)
Google Scholar (West Chester University Setup)
Google Scholar-> Settings (clicking three lines at the upper left corner)-> Library Links-> Search West Chester University-> Check the box -> Save; At the search result page, click find it @ WCU to access full-text article.
Formerly called National Newspapers Core.
Search or browse full text issues of:
-Los Angeles Times (1997-current)
-New York Times (1980-current)
-Wall Street Journal (1984-current)
-Washington Post (1987-current)
Being objective in your writing is a skill that you will develop, just like your academic voice. Though having a passion for your topic makes the writing process easier, it is important not to let it take over your draft. Here are some tips for keeping objectivity and eliminating bias.
Maintaining an objective voice is crucial to writing a credible and effective argumentative essay, but it’s often easier said than done. This article mentions some tips for writing an argumentative essay and remaining unbiased.