Where would I find essays on domestic violence that have authors listed?
When looking for essays on Domestic Violence you will want to look in either the Baker College Book Catalog or in the Baker College databases.To use either of these resources, you will want to begin at the Baker College Library homepage.
- To find books (print or e-books) which often contain essays on Domestic Violence, click on the link Find books & E-books. Here you can type in "Domestic Violence" in the search box and select either your home campus or eBooks in the Library box. Then run your search. Some series titles that have essays you may wish to browse are At Issue, Pro/Con, Current Controversies, and Opposing Viewpoints, to name a few.
- To find articles, click on the link Find Articles and Databases from the library's homepage. This will take you to the Online Resources page which has links to all of the databases that Baker has access to. In order to use these databases from off campus you will need to know your library barcode number which can be found on your Baker ID card or under "Contact Information" in your SOLAR account.
You might want to try the database, Opposing Viewpoints in Context (located in the Social Sciences/Social Issues/Human Services section at the bottom of this page.) Click on "Issues" in the Gray bar. Click on "Domestic Violence". You will now be in the section for Domestic Violence. Scroll down the page until you see a section on the left that is called "Viewpoints". These are essays that have been published about your topic. Most, if not all of them, should have authors listed.
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