This important database has been added to Snell Library's subscriptions. Enjoy!
Here you will find a collection of resources that may prove useful for your research involving the intersection of sport and social issues. If you have suggestions for additional content for this guide, don't hesitate to let me know! The Feedback box at the bottom of the right-hand column is a good way to do this.
You may also want to check the website for Sport in Society, a Northeastern University research center, which contains other helpful information and links.
Feel free to contact me for research assistance -- my contact info is in the profile box at the right. If I'm not available you may also want to try the Library's Ask a Librarian page.
Best Bets: Research Databases
Here are some of your best options for finding articles on issues and topics in sport and society, including culture, race, gender, youth, violence, diversity, respect, disabilities, activism, and human rights. This field is very interdisciplinary so you'll probably want to try more than one of these resources.
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Architecture, Art + Design (and Graphic Design),
Foreign Languages and Literatures, Linguistics,
American Sign Language (ASL),
ESL (English as a Second Language),
Background and Experience:
Northeastern University Libraries since July 2004. Prior work in libraries at Lafayette College (PA), Boston Architectural College, and Yale University.
MLS, Simmons College, 2003.
BA, linguistics, Yale University, 1998.
Member of American Library Association and Association of College and Research Libraries
270 Snell Library
Architecture, Art + Design (and Graphic Design), Foreign Languages and Literatures, Linguistics, American Sign Language (ASL), ESL (English as a Second Language), Sports/Recreation/Leisure
Bates College, BA in Classical and Medieval Studies (2009); University of Connecticut, MA in Medieval Studies (2012); Simmons College, MLS (2014)
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