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Reference sources are ideal for getting background information on any topic, as well as for identifying important concepts, researchers, theorists, events, and issues associated with a topic.

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Stanford Encylopedia of Philosophy
Call Number: Electronic Resource
ISBN: 10955054
Contains entries on authors such as Foucault, Butler, Lacan, etc.

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Encyclopedia of Women and Gender - Judith Worell (Editor)
Call Number: Electronic Resource
ISBN: 9781849723107
Publication Date: 2008-07-16
Over 100 In-depth chapters by leading scholars in the psychology of women and gender and addresses critical questions of similarities and differences in gendering across diverse groups, challenging myths about gender polarization.

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Encyclopedia of Gender and Society - Jodi O'Brien
Call Number: REF HQ1115 .E54 2009
ISBN: 9781412909167
Publication Date: 2009
This encyclopedia attempts to cover a broad range of topics relating to gender studies, including intersection of gender scholarship within the arts, economics, health, crime, gender identity, politics, religion, and sexuality.

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Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender - Fedwa Malti-Douglas
Call Number: REF HQ16 .E52 2007
ISBN: 9780028659602
Publication Date: 2007
The articles in this four-volume work explore the interconnections and differences between the concepts "sex" and "gender." It is intended as a work of general reference and is suited to all audiences, from the novice to the expert.

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Gender and Research - Sara Delamont and Paul Atkinson
Call Number: REF HQ1075 .G4618 2008
ISBN: 9781412945974
Publication Date: 2008
This 4 volume reference source contains scholarly essays, collected from academic journals, on gender studies, offering different perspectives on history, theory, research and feminism. Essays divided into several different topics: "Contexts and Theory"; "Gender Roles in Research"; "Feminist Methods"; "Men's Studies, Queer Theory and Polyvocality."


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