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WRPR 120: Evolutionary Arguments (HC)

Writing Program 120: Evolutionary Fictions (Schilling) Spring 2014

Finding Book Chapters / Essay Collections

Before conducting your search:

  • Consider how your argument might be broken down into keywords or phrases.

  • Compile a list of synonyms for those keywords.  What other terms might scholars use to talk about your topic, and how do these terms reflect the type of argument scholars are making?  (E.g., publishing vs. dissemination)

  • Consider which intersections among your keywords will be useful for searching

See the Search Tips tab for additional information about searching Tripod and other catalogs.

Finding Books

Use TRIPOD to find books and other material owned by the Tri-College libraries.

Use WorldCat to find books not held by the Tri-College libraries.

In order to find books in either catalog, conduct either a relevant:

Keyword Search:

E.g.,   (genetic* OR biological) AND enhance*

          (bioengineering OR "genetic enhancement") AND ethic*

          "designer babies" [Tripod]

          "designer babies" [WorldCat]

          "natural evolution" AND (bioengineering OR genetic*)

          "medical genetics" [Title search]

          epigenetics OR (environment AND gene*)

(See the Search Tips tab for more information on how to construct keyword searches.)

Or Subject Search:

E.g.,  Genetic engineering—Moral and ethical aspects

Genetic engineering—Social aspects

Human reproductive technology—Moral and ethical aspects

Eugenics—History

Eugenics

Neurotechnology (Bioengineering)

         (Use the Browse Books & More link or use the Advanced Search function [limited to the subject field] to find additional subject headings.)

Selected Books