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SSI2-112: Salsa, Samba, & Soccer: Popular Culture in Latin America: Getting Started

Map of Latin America

Academic Integrity

This online tutorial gives information and  guidance on academic integrity issues, specifically plagiarism. It provides a set of four exercises to check your learning.

Pop Quiz!

Last semester you wrote a fantastic paper on samba. You'd like to slightly adapt that paper and turn it in for this class. What's your next step?
Turn it in!: 0 votes (0%)
First ask both professors for permission.: 5 votes (20.83%)
Write an entirely new paper.: 0 votes (0%)
Use some of the same research, but supplement it with new research and write a new paper.: 16 votes (66.67%)
Don't know.: 3 votes (12.5%)
Total Votes: 24

Looking for Academic Sources on Samba

The databases listed below are multidisciplinary in focus, so you'll be able to identify and locate journal articles on samba or related aspects of samba from many different disciplinary perspectives.  If you'd like to search within a specific academic discipline (such as history, anthropology, or political science), use the databases listed on the next tab on this guide.

Note also that some of these databases include both popular and scholarly sources, so look for the "peer reviewed" limiter box.

Humanities Librarian

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Peggy Burge
Contact:
Collins Library 131
253.879.3512

Peer Research Advisor Hours

Spring 2019 Hours

Collins Library, Library 118 (just off of the Learning Commons)
You can just drop in or you can request an appointment.
 
Marcelle Rutherfurd '19 and Lindsey Hunt '19 are available for research consultations as follows:
 
Sundays   7:00 to 9:00 pm
Mondays   7:00 to 9:00 pm
Tuesdays   7:00 to 9:00 pm
Wednesdays   7:00 to 9:00 pm