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Chinese immigration: Resources

Chinese Immigration to the United States

Tertiary sources

A tertiary source provides a broad overview of a topic. It should not show an open bias or opinion about the topic, and rarely includes references to source material. Often there is no author indicated.

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In Noodletools: cite these sources as Database > Reference source > E-publication

 

Websites (free to everyone)

In Noodletools: cite these sources as Website > Web page

Secondary sources

A secondary source is a journal article written by a content expert and supported with relevant, cited primary sources.

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In Noodletools: cite these sources as Database > Journal
Be sure to include volume & issue number, and date of publication

 

Academic journal articles are rarely found on websites - it is much easier to use the databases that we pay for.