QuickSearch is the search box centrally featured on the Libraries home page. The other databases can be found under Databases A to Z -- the link is just below the QuickSearch search box.
After several intense sets of frog squats, tactical lunges, and divebomber pushups, Clarence decides that he wants to research the bodybuilding community for his Honors 100 paper.
Clarence wants to find a range of information on the topic, so he goes to QuickSearch on the Library Home Page and types What are the characteristics of the bodybuilding subculture? He gets zero results.
What did Clarence do wrong? What would be a more productive set of search terms?
Professor Doyle has asked for scholarly sources for the annotated bibliography. Help Clarence decide which of these two sources is scholarly. Both sources come from UNLV Libraries databases.
Source A (be sure to examine a PDF version)
Source B (be sure to examine a PDF version)
Identify three factors that make one scholarly and the other not scholarly.
Clarence found some very promising sources in the bibliography at the end of a journal article. Help him track these sources down. If the source is a book, note the call number and location. If the source is an article, find the full text in pdf.
Thompson, J. Kevin, and Guy Carfi. The Muscular Ideal : Psychological, Social, and Medical Perspectives. APA, 2007.
Petrocelli, M. 2008. Getting Huge, Getting Ripped. Journal of Drug Issues, 38, 1187-1206.