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WST 260/SOC 260  

Library resources for introduction to Women's Studies course
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Find Books in CONSULS at Smith Library or the other CSU libraries. You can "Request" an item from the other CSU libraries and we can have it waiting for you at our Circulation Desk within a few days.

A Few Examples

Keyword Search: women issues

Keyword Search: gender inequality

Keyword Search: women and work

Also find eBooks in CONSULS - Note "CSU Web Resource" and click on "Connecticut State University users click here to access" to find the full text of an eBook.

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Gender, Inequality, and Wages - Francine D. Blau; Anne C. Gielen; Klaus F. Zimmermann
Call Number: HD6061.2.U6 B59 2012
ISBN: 0199665850
Publication Date: 2012-11-17

Shortchanged - Mariko Lin Chang
Call Number: HQ1381 .C52 2010
ISBN: 0195367693
Publication Date: 2010-09-13

Race, Class and Gender: An Anthology - Margaret L. Andersen, Patricia Hill Collins
Call Number: HN59.2.R32 2013
ISBN: 1111830940
Publication Date: 2013

CQ Researcher

CQ Researcher provides comprehensive reports and pro/con for many issues in the news. A good place to find background information and learn how to write a report. Find the pros/cons of an issue and also look for a chronology of events within topic areas.

Browse by topic, report or do a Keyword search.

Keyword Search Example: women issues or women wages

Find report titled  Women and Work

Note the date that a report was written or if there are updates.


    Films on Demand

    Films on Demand provides a variety of films in many subject areas.

    Find many films under Collections/Sociology  

    Women & Gender Studies Film Topics Include:

    Feminism; Gender, Culture & Sex; Sexuality & Relationships; The Media, Women & Social Institutions; Women & the Arts; Women & the Workplace; Women and Family; Women and Health; Women, Crime & Deviance


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