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Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: The Street Child: About

This research guide supports Dr. Lynne Vallone's section of Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies for Spring 2019.

This research guide was created by your librarian in support of Dr. Lynne Vallone's Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: The Street Child. The resources on this guide are multi-disciplinary collections which can be used for the research paper assigned in this course. 

If you have questions about this or other Childhood Studies courses, you can contact your librarian: Samantha Kannegiser, sck77@libraries.rutgers.edu

How to Use this Guide

You can navigate this guide using the menu tabs at the top of the page.

Find Articles: Links to library databases for finding scholarly articles and directions for accessing full-text articles.

Find Books: Link to the library catalog (QuickSearch), electronically available books, and suggested book titles. 

Find Background Info: Links to reference sources such as encyclopedias and bibliographies. 

Find Audio and Video: Streaming video library databases for academic videos, news broadcasts, and documentaries. 

Find Data & Statistics: Links to library databases and web resources for data and statistics about childhood.

Find Primary Sources: Links to web resources with primary resources (images, videos, and texts) about childhood.

Writing & Citing: Helpful resources for writing your paper and managing your citations.

Samantha Kannegiser (Camden)

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Camden, NJ 08201
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