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Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: The Street Child: Find Background Info

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

Why Reference Sources?

Using reference sources, like encyclopedias, at the beginning of your research is a helpful way to read a quick introduction or overview of a topic. Information is clear, concise, and factual. These sources can clarify new concepts and terms and introduce you to related ideas. 

Encyclopedias

Literature

Housing & Public Policy

Medicine & Health

Bibliographies

Oxford Bibliographies Online: Childhood Studies: Rutgers-restricted resource which is international and cross-cultural in scope, transcending narrow geographical confines and analyzing modern and historical childhoods both locally and globally.

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