These databases will retrieve articles on more specific aspects of the socialization process of another country with the socialization process in the United States. You can find information on children, family structure, cultural norms, occupations and income, and political and economic viability.
These are only two of the nearly forty databases available to you from the WCC Bailey Library. If you do not find what you need using these suggested databases, select another from the A to Z list from the Find e-articles and e-books link on the Library homepage.
There are two efficient ways to search this database:
To search the database click on the link below. If you are off campus, you will need to authenticate that you are a WCC student by entering your NetId (what you use to get into Blackboard, email, myWCC) and then your password.
This database allows you to build a search by using the Boolean Operations AND,OR, NOT.
Use the drop down menu to search by subject SU. If you do not know whether the database recognizes your search terms as a subject leave the search box at TX all text and it will perform a key word search.
For example, you can search SU Brazilians and on the next line enter health to retrieve articles on the health of this ethnicity.