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Anthropology: ATS2378 - The Anthropology of International Development

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ATS2378 - The Anthropology of International Development

The resources below are to be used in addition to your prescribed reading and your thematic readings, in order to drive your independent research.

Remember: Use specifically anthropology or development studies resources as much as possible!

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Ethnographies

Finding ethnographies can be a key way to get more information, or to focus your topic to one particular place, people, and/or issue.

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News & News Sources

One of the best ways to get a feel for the local reaction or regional feel around an issue is to look through news articles.

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Google Scholar at Monash

Google Scholar is another way of searching some of the Monash University Library databases to find journal articles.

If you use the Monash link below to access Google Scholar, you'll be able to use the Check for full text and similar links to go straight to many of the articles contained in the Monash University Library databases.

Websites

The key to using websites for academic work is to make sure that you're evaluating your sources carefully, and only choosing to use those you feel are valid and reliable.

The Evaluating Webpages QuickGuide from Research & Learning Online (RLO) can help.

 


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