One way to find some more relevant sources about your topic is to make use of the bibliography at the end of scholarly articles - especially review articles! In order to find the source listed in the biblioraphy, you mus first identify the type of source you are looking for. Given a citation, how can you tell what kind of source it is? Here are tips on what to look out for...
For examples of citations in these categories, take a look at the link below:
There are also a number of ways in which Rutgers students may access articles:
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