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This guide is intended to assist students in URBS 400: Senior Seminar, with resources for conducting research on Urban Studies topics. Related guides include:
- Evaluating the quality of sources and determining which are scholarly articles or books appropriate for a senior seminar.
- Knowing there are enough citations for a paper's bibliography.
- Quoting or paraphrasing in a way that does not overstep boundaries of what is legitimate.
- Doing qualitative data analysis
- Formatting citations for the bibliography and managing references.
- Finding and using archival or photographic material about Philadelphia.
- Using or presenting spatial information, working with maps or geographic information systems.
- Knowing where to look on the library website for sources and references.
- Locating and working with data and statistics collected elsewhere.
Subjects: African Studies
, Aging Studies
, Data & GIS
, Food Studies
, Health & Societies
, International Relations
, Philadelphia Studies
, Political Science
, Population Studies & Demography
, Public Policy & Administration
, Social Sciences
, Urban Studies