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Databases

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Web Sites

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Academic Search Premier covers a wide range of topics.
Literature Resource Center searches scholarly journals covering literature.
Proquest Research Library is a good place to start for most topics.
JSTOR searches scholarly journals covering history, literature, and the visual arts. \\

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Academic Search Premier covers a wide range of topics.

JSTOR searches scholarly journals covering history, literature, and the visual arts.

Literature Resource Center searches scholarly journals covering literature.

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Articles come from many sources: magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, etc. Each type of source will have its own focus and depth of information. Databases allow you to search for articles across a wide range of sources.

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Articles come from many sources: magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, etc. Each type of source will have its own focus and depth of information. Databases allow you to search for articles across a wide range of sources.

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Open Access Journals

ImageTexT: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies

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Articles come from many sources: magazines, newspapers, scholarly journals, etc. Each type of source will have its own focus and depth of information. Databases allow you to search for articles across a wide range of sources.

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Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Academic Search Premier for scholarly journals
Health Reference Center Academic
Philosopher’s Index look for articles with “linked full text”

Specific Journals

These links take you to searches of specific journals that cover medical ethics-related topics. Use the Journal Locator to look up the name of any journal you want to access.

American Journal of Bioethics

Developing World Bioethics

Ethics & Medicine: A Christian Perspective on Issues in Bioethics

Journal of Ethics

Nursing Ethics

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Academic Search Premier covers a wide range of topics.
Literatuer Resource Center searches scholarly journals covering literature.
Proquest Research Library is a good place to start for most topics.
JSTOR searches scholarly journals covering history, literature, and the visual arts.
Need more? You can pick a different database from our Subject Directory.

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Background Research

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Use these reference sources to get the background info on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

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Use these reference sources and books that provide general overviews to get the background info on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

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Barton, J., & Muddiman, J. (Eds.). (2001). “Oxford Bible commentary”. New York: Oxford University Press.\\

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Dobson, M., & Wells, S. (Eds.). (2001). “Oxford companion to Shakespeare.” New York: Oxford University Press.\\

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Grant, M., & Kitzinger, R. (Eds.). (1988). “Civilization of the ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Rome.” Rome, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

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Grenville, B., Johnson, T., Wright, W., & Vancouver Art Gallery. (2008). KRAZY!: The delirious world of anime + comics + video games + art. Berkeley: University of California Press. \\

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Harmon, W., & Holman, H. (Eds.). (2006). “Handbook to literature, 10th ed.” Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.\\

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Lacy, N.J. (Ed.). (1986). The Arthurian encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing.

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Lindahl, C., et. al. (Eds.) (2000). “An encyclopedia of myths, legends, tales, beliefs, and customs.” Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.\\

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Misiroglu, G. (Ed.). (2004). “The superhero book.” Detroit, MI: Visible Ink.\\

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Quinn, E. (Ed.). (2006). “Dictionary of literary and thematic terms.” New York: Checkmark Books.\\

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Benton, M. (1989). “The comic book in America: An illustrated history.” Dallas, Tex: Taylor Pub.
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Lindahl, C., et. al. (Eds.) (2000). An encyclopedia of myths, legends, tales, beliefs, and customs. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.\\

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Quinn, E. (Ed.). (2006). Dictionary of literary and thematic terms. New York: Checkmark Books. This is another useful source for understanding how literature is studied.

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Grenville, B., Johnson, T., Wright, W., & Vancouver Art Gallery. (2008). KRAZY!: The delirious world of anime + comics + video games + art. Berkeley: University of California Press.
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Harmon, W., & Holman, H. (Eds.). (2006). Handbook to literature, 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.\\

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Lacy, N.J. (Ed.). (1986). The Arthurian encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing. This encyclopedia defines characters and themes, identifies major critics, and includes essays that illustrate how scholarship on this famous tale has changed over time.

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Ahia, C.E. (2003). Legal and ethical dictionary for mental health professionals. Lanham, BD: University Press of America. Ref. KF3828.A934 2003

Post, S.G. (Ed.). (2004). Encyclopedia of bioethics. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Ref. QH 332.E52 2004

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Barton, J., & Muddiman, J. (Eds.). (2001). Oxford Bible commentary. New York: Oxford University Press. This is a good introduction to the “religious, cultural, and historical significance” of the Bible that includes “verse by verse explanation of every book….” Ref. PS 491.3 .O94 2001

Dobson, M., & Wells, S. (Eds.). (2001). Oxford companion to Shakespeare. New York: Oxford University Press. The editors help you undertand the characters and themes found in Shakespeare’s work. Take a look if you need ideas for a research topic. Ref. PR2892 .O94 2001

Grant, M., & Kitzinger, R. (Eds.). (1988). Civilization of the ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Rome. Rome, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons. This is a collection of essays on various aspects of Greek and Roman history and society, such as class structure, religion, women, and the arts. Includes “historical summaries” as well. Ref. DE59 .C55 1988 v.1–3

Harmon, W., & Holman, H. (Eds.). (2006). Handbook to literature, 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. Use this handbook for locate definitions of important terms and outlines of British and American literary history. Ref. PN41 .H355 2006

Lacy, N.J. (Ed.). (1986). The Arthurian encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing. This encyclopedia defines characters and themes, identifies major critics, and includes essays that illustrate how scholarship on this famous tale has changed over time. Ref. DA 152.5 .A7 A78 1986

Lindahl, C., et. al. (Eds.) (2000). An encyclopedia of myths, legends, tales, beliefs, and customs. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Here you’ll find ssays on characters and themes in world literature. This can be useful for in-depth definitions and topic overviews. Ref. GR35 .M43 2000 v. 1–2

Misiroglu, G. (Ed.). (2004). The superhero book. Detroit, MI: Visible Ink. An A-Z compendium, this fun volume describes superheroes’ backgrounds, powers, vulnerabilities, and other characteristics. Ref. P96 .H46587 2004

Quinn, E. (Ed.). (2006). Dictionary of literary and thematic terms. New York: Checkmark Books. This is another useful source for understanding how literature is studied. Main Stacks PN44.5 .Q56 2006

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Books in the Main Stacks

To find general works related to this course, try one of these topic searches (be sure to scroll for useful subdivisions):

Epic literature
Fantasy literature
Greek literature
Heroes
Literature, comparative
Science fiction

Or use the catalog to:

  • search by your own KEYWORDs such as “hero and literature.”
  • search for information on specific works by using the title or author in a SUBJECT search such as Beowulf

Citing Your Resources

Doing ethical research means citing sources. It is critical to credit writers for their work and their contributions to your research. To not do so is unethical and leads to plagiarism - unintentionally or not. Here are some sources to help you cite properly and to avoid the problem of plagiarism.

  • Citation Styles
    This lists citation engines which help you create proper citations as well as providing information on different citation styles.
  • Tips on avoiding plagiarism
  • Turnitin
    Turnitin is a service that faculty and students use to detect and avoid plagiarism in their writing.
  • NoodleBib
    NoodleBib is an online resource that will help you format MLA and APA bibliographies, exporting them directly to your word processing program.
    • NoodleBib demonstration
    • NoodleBib handout
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Books in the Circulating Collection

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Search the Library catalog to find books that you can check out and ebooks that you can download or read online. (See our FAQ for more info on using the ebook collection.)

You can search for books in a number of ways:

Keyword searches: “medical ethics”
look for your keywords anywhere in the catalog description of a book (usually this search is the broadest as it will pick up even minor mentions of your topic). Put quotes around phrases for more accurate results. Combine keywords with AND to narrow your search. Combine keywords with OR to broaden your search.

Subject searches: Animal Rights
find any book on a certain subject BUT “subjects” are defined by the Library of Congress and may not be the words you think they should be. (So it’s Mythology, Greek not Greek Mythology).

Title search: Abortion
finds any book with that word in the title. (A quick but not foolproof way to find relevant books on your keyword/topic).

Think about the ways you could describe your topic and try searching by those keywords in the library catalog. Use reference sources to come up with ideas.

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Andrews, J.F. (Ed.). (2001). Shakespeare’s world and work. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. An alphabetical collection of essays that provide overviews of themes, influences, and staging, this volume also includes timelines and illustrations. This is a good place to start getting acquainted with this complex author and his work. Ref. PR2892 .S56 2001 (v. 1 - 3)

Baldick, C. (Ed.). (1990). Concise Oxford dictionary of literary terms. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. A concise dictionary is always needed to define terms you may encounter in your study of literature. Ref. PN41 .C67 1990

Barton, J., & Muddiman, J. (Eds.). (2001). Oxford Bible commentary. New York: Oxford University Press. This is a good introduction to the “religious, cultural, and historical significance” of the Bible that includes “verse by verse explanation of every book….” Ref. PS 491.3 .O94 2001

Dobson, M., & Wells, S. (Eds.). (2001). Oxford companion to Shakespeare. New York: Oxford University Press. The editors help you undertand the characters and themes found in Shakespeare’s work. Take a look if you need ideas for a research topic. Ref. PR2892 .O94 2001

Grant, M., & Kitzinger, R. (Eds.). (1988). Civilization of the ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Rome. Rome, NY: Charles Scribner’s Sons. This is a collection of essays on various aspects of Greek and Roman history and society, such as class structure, religion, women, and the arts. Includes “historical summaries” as well. Ref. DE59 .C55 1988 v.1–3

Grendler, P.F. (Ed.). (1999). Encyclopedia of the Renaissance. New York: Scribner’s. This volume includes essays, listed alphabetically, on people, places, and ideas related to the Renaissance. Also includes maps, genealogical tables, and a chronology. Ref. CB361 .E52 1999

Harmon, W., & Holman, H. (Eds.). (2006). Handbook to literature, 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. Use this handbook for locate definitions of important terms and outlines of British and American literary history. Ref. PN41 .H355 2006

Lacy, N.J. (Ed.). (1986). The Arthurian encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing. This encyclopedia defines characters and themes, identifies major critics, and includes essays that illustrate how scholarship on this famous tale has changed over time. Ref. DA 152.5 .A7 A78 1986

Lindahl, C., et. al. (Eds.) (2000). An encyclopedia of myths, legends, tales, beliefs, and customs. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Here you’ll find ssays on characters and themes in world literature. This can be useful for in-depth definitions and topic overviews. Ref. GR35 .M43 2000 v. 1–2

Linehan, P., & Nelson, J.L. (Eds.). (2001). The Medieval world. New York: Routledge. A collection of essays that provides a glimpse of what life was like in Medieval Europe, this volume is useful for providing a context for a piece of literature. Some illustrations and suggestions for further reading. Ref. CB351 .M43 2001x

Luce, J.T. (Ed.). (1982). Ancient writers: Greece and Rome. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons. Volume One features essays on major writers. Each entry details the writer’s life and works. This is a good source for placing the writer in context and understanding the place of his work in history. Each entry includes a selected bibliography for further reading. Ref. PA3002 .A5 1982 (v. 1 - 2)

Misiroglu, G. (Ed.). (2004). The superhero book. Detroit, MI: Visible Ink. An A-Z compendium, this fun volume describes superheroes’ backgrounds, powers, vulnerabilities, and other characteristics. Ref. P96 .H46587 2004

Oxford essential dictionary of difficult words. (2001) New York: Berkley Books. This is one of the texts required for this course; available for reference in the Library. Ref. PE1680 .O93 2001

Quinn, E. (Ed.). (2006). Dictionary of literary and thematic terms. New York: Checkmark Books. This is another useful source for understanding how literature is studied. Main Stacks PN44.5 .Q56 2006

Find Literature Articles

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Journals

American Literature
Journal of Modern Literature
Journal of Narrative Theory
Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies
Twentieth Century Literature


To find indexing and full-text information for these titles, check the Journal Locator. You can also use this tool to locate journal articles you may have found referenced in other sources.

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Use these reference sources to get the background info on your topic and to generate ideas for deeper research.

Online
Credo Reference
Searches a wide range of encyclopedias, dictionaries and other sources.

Biography in Context
Articles and background on current and historical figures.

Reference Collection
Ahia, C.E. (2003). Legal and ethical dictionary for mental health professionals. Lanham, BD: University Press of America. Ref. KF3828.A934 2003

Post, S.G. (Ed.). (2004). Encyclopedia of bioethics. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Ref. QH 332.E52 2004

Find Articles

Databases

The topic of medical ethics crosses many fields from philosophy to science to law. Here are some good databases that let you search many journals at once:

Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Academic Search Premier for scholarly journals
Health Reference Center Academic
Philosopher’s Index look for articles with “linked full text”

Specific Journals

These links take you to searches of specific journals that cover medical ethics-related topics. Use the Journal Locator to look up the name of any journal you want to access.

American Journal of Bioethics

Developing World Bioethics

Ethics & Medicine: A Christian Perspective on Issues in Bioethics

Journal of Ethics

Nursing Ethics

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Citing Your Resources

Doing ethical research means citing sources. It is critical to credit writers for their work and their contributions to your research. To not do so is unethical and leads to plagiarism - even if it’s unintentional. Here are some sources to help you cite properly and to avoid the problem of plagiarism.

  • APA Citation Guide
  • NoodleBib
    NoodleBib is an online resource that will help you format MLA and APA bibliographies, exporting them directly to your word processing program.
    • NoodleBib demonstration
    • NoodleBib handout
  • Turnitin
    Turnitin is a service that faculty and students use to detect and avoiding plagiarism in their writing.
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