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SOC 201 Cultural Anthropology Research Guide: Accessing Dr. Gates list of Approved Journals

The purpose of this guide to to help students in Dr. Jamie Gate's SOC 201 class with their assignments.


For one portion of your Cross Cultural Experience Project you have been asked to cite two sources from a list of specific Anthropology journals. 

This page will help you identify where to find those journals,and how to write an annotation for each citation.

Need Help?

If you need assistance with finding articles related to your Cross Cultural Experience, please ask one of the librarians for help. 

  • Contact the Reference/Information Desk on the Main Level of Ryan Library (619.849.3227)
  • Instant Message using chat box at right of this page
  • Email 

Finding full text of Dr. Gates list of journals

At the library's homepage in the center column note the box labeled Quick Search Tools.  

Select the tab Journals Directory.

Enter the journal's title you want to find.

If the journal is not full-text in a database you can still request the article with ILLiad.  ILLad provides access to articles not held at Ryan Library.

Learn how ILLad can provide you with quality resources.  All at no charge.

How to Cite...

EndNote is a Web-based tool for managing and citing references in papers and creating bibliographies.  EndNote has numerous citation styles including ASA (American Sociological Association) and AAA (American Anthropological Association.)  EndNote is available to current members of the PLNU community.  Use your 8-digit PLNU ID card number to access EndNote Web.
Also look at these online resources for ASA citation help:
American Sociology Association web site
OWL ASA Resources

American Anthropological Association Style Guide - A PDF of the AAA guide.

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Help for Writing Annotations