Searching for environmental ethics information effectively and efficiently can be a challenge.
Use this guide as you would a map.
What type of information do you need? Tabs on this guide will direct you to specific types of information.
- Background Info. This includes information from specialized encyclopedias, which will provide in-depth articles, definitions, statistics, and biographical information.
- Journal Articles. These provide in-depth information, new research, or current information on very specialized topics.
- Books and eBooks. Books help put your topic in context with other important issues. They summarize research, provide a helpful overview, and often include a bibliography -- useful for finding other relevant pieces of information on your topic.
- Dissertations. Written by those completing their PhD, these provide in-depth, lengthy, and scholarly research on very specialized topics.
- Journals. These will help you locate the full-text of a specific journal or newspaper title. To find articles on your topic, search the resources found under the Articles tab.
- Proceedings. This tab provides links that'll help you locate scholarly papers presented at conferences.
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