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ANTH 351: Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and the Environment: Reference Materials

Online Reference Resources

Reference Books--General Anthropology (Print)

On this page are reference books that provide a general overview of a topic or help identify synonyms, related terms, or basic data. These sources often include references and lists of further readings...a great place to start your research. 

Reference Books--Subject Specific (Print)

Below are key reference books that provide a general overview of a topic or help identify synonyms, related terms, or basic data. These sources often include references and lists of further readings.

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Authoritative Reference Sources vs Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a great resource for getting general information about something, but because often times anyone can contribute or change its content, it is considered to be not entirely reliable.  

Use the library's print or electronic encyclopedias, dictionaries, or other reference books to backup the basic information for your research paper. These resources have typically gone through an editorial process to check for accuracy.

Environmental Resources (Print)