Answered By: Jessica Maris Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 59
Effects of Unemployment
1. Log on to COM Library and click on the link halfway down on EBSCO articles
2. Type in "effects of unemployment" and hit search
3. Limit the results by "full text," "peer reviewed," "date published to 2004-2014," and geography to "United States"
4. Take a look at the subject thesaurus and limit to only the ones that you think you will need.
5. Results may vary, but you can mess with the subject-thesaurus to get the results that you need.
1. Go back to the COM library web page and click on the drop down menu for "Hot Topics"
2. Click on the "How to Use Hot Topics" link and then click the tab "All Hot Topics databases"
3. Scroll down some and select the link to "Opposing Viewpoints"
4. Scroll down the page and find the link to "Unemployment"
5. There are many sources you can use on this site too if you just click some of the article links by title
Death in "A Rose for Emily"
1. Go back to COM Library home page and click on EBSCO again
2. run the same search as above, but use "Death AND A rose for Emily" as your search
3. Only exception is that I would not limit the publication dates for this search
4. Select the limiters on the left side and look through the articles for possible choices
1. Go to COM library home page
2. in the search engine, type in MLA
3. click "Site MLA style" libguide
4. EBSCO and Opposing viewpoints both give citations, however, you always want to make sure they are accurate. So, my advice to you is to go to this libguide and double check your citations after choosing an article to use.
Answers by Topic
- Textbook Checkout & Course Reserves
- About the Library
- Library Lab
- Borrowing Library Items
- Citation/Style: MLA
- Microsoft Word
- COM: Bookstore
- Database: EBSCO
- Distance Ed
- Hot or Controversial Topics
- Citation/Style: APA
- Computers & Tech (Help)
- Database: WorldCat
- Home Access
- American Literature
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- COM: ID
Ask COM Library!
Ask real COM Library staff a question via live chat during library hours.