The purpose of this guide is to point you towards resources and tools that will help your research on women, gender and sexuality topics.
This guide will frequently make mention of 'citations'. A bibliographic citation contains basic information needed to specify and therefore be able to locate an item. There are different formats for citing books, journal articles, chapters in books, dissertations, pamphlets, videocassettes, and many other formats. The most frequent formats you'll run into using "Library" resources are books, journal articles and book chapters.
In general, the publication information, including place of publication, publisher and year, identifies a book (or part of a book).
In general, the publication information, including volume number, date and page numbers, identifies a journal article.
Chapters of books can be identified by the presence of two titles, the title of the chapter and the title of the book. Two names may be listed as well -- the author of the chapter and the editor. The same publication information that appears in a book citation will also appear here: place of publication,publisher, and year.