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REL 120:Religion: Curse or Blessing?

REL 120: Religion: Curse or Blessing? Spring 2020. Wanda Deifelt

In This Guide

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  • Resources to help you explore your research topic
  • Reference Sources in the field of religious studies
  • Finding books related to your topic
  • Help citing your sources

Developing Ideas for your Presentation

Do some background reading.

Reference sources can help build your background knowledge, point you to topics and keywords, and suggest more reading. Listed in this guide are a few general online reference databases, subject-specific online reference books, and subject-specific print reference books.

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TIP: Brainstorm

Take two minutes to write down as many words, ideas, and questions related to a potential topic that you can think of. What do you find interesting? What do you want to know more about? What doesn't make sense?

Reference Sources

Explore these reference sources as you get started on your research.

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TIP:

A reference source summarizes facts and concepts on a topic and provides useful background information. Reference sources include dictionaries and encyclopedias.

 

Online Reference Databases - Religion Titles

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