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Immigrant Minorities in the United States: Research @Rutgers Libraries: GETTING STARTED

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Planning your Search

What is your research about?

Which words would best capture your topic?

Here is an example about how you may want to plan your search.

Background Information

Don't know where to start?      

Knowledge is of two kinds: we know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information upon it. -- Samuel Johnson (1709 - 1784)

For an introduction to concepts and ideas for research topics, electronic reference sources or subject Encyclopedias can be useful.

Sociology Encyclopedias @ RU Libraries provides a wide variety of encyclopedias for sociological topics

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          Examines the lives of first- and second-generation immigrants with a focus on their journey to America, their search for  identity and the emotions they experienced in a new land. Electronic version of the print resource.

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Triveni Kuchi
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Librarian for Sociology, Criminal Justice, Cinema, South Asian, and Middle Eastern Studies
New Brunswick Libraries,
Rutgers University - New Brunswick,
Carr Library, 75 Avenue E, Piscataway, NJ-08854
848-445-5733

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