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History of Women in the United States - HIST250 - Braun-Strumfels
"Women and Power" Project assignment description - Part 1:
Start with the central question: how have women exercised power in U.S. history since the colonial period?
Develop a clearly-defined research question of your own.
Identify a set of primary sources from the textbook and library databases to form your analysis.
Locate secondary sources from the library databases to further your analysis.
PART 1 GOAL: Annotated bibliography of sources, list of relevant concepts.
While the final outcomes of this project will be a poster or video and a 6-page paper, this focus of this research guide is Part 1 of the project.
Goals of this guide:
Understand unique elements of primary sources
Develop keywords and clearly-defined research question
Find and evaluate primary and/or secondary sources from library databases
Begin to create an annotated bibliography
How to use this research guide:
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