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This guide is for Professor Esche's students in Hum 102 sections 022 and 032
Last Updated: May 22, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide will help Professor Esche's students in Hum102:032 and 034  find good quality information sources for their research paper surrounding the issues of A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen.


Books @ NJIT

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Gender, culture and society : contemporary femininities and masculinities
Call Number: HQ1075 .M27 2007
Location: Circulation Desk (usually Reserve material)

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A mother's work : how feminism, the market, and policy shape family life - Gilbert, Neil
Call Number: HQ759.48 .G55 2008
Location: Stacks (lower level)

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American families : a multicultural reader - edited by Stephanie Coontz
Call Number: HQ535 .A583 2008
Location: Circulation Desk (usually Reserve material) This source is an collection of essays. Each would be cited individually. Of most relevance is Chapter 26. Moms and jobs : trends in mothers' employment and which mothers stay home

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Ibsen; a collection of critical essays - Fjelde, Rolf
Call Number: PT8890 .F53
Location: Stacks (lower level)

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Discussions of Henrik Ibsen - McFarlane, James Walter
Call Number: PT8895 .M24
Location: Stacks (lower level)

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A history of the wife - Yalom, Marilyn
Call Number: HQ1206 .Y35 2002
Location: Stacks (lower level)


Having Trouble Picking a Topic?

If you are struggling to select a manageable topic try the following:

  • Brainstorm all the keywords and ideas you can think of--think laterally
  • Search the web for ideas and keywords;  remember to check for any good quality references at the bottom of the page in Wikipedia.
  • Search the NJIT online catalog for books that might be related or give you ideas
  • Search the Academic Search Premier database using different keywords, browse and read for ideas
  • Brainstorm with your friends / mix this up with searching, browsing, and reading
  • Re-read the Badke assignment #3 from the Research Roadmaps.
  • LAST BUT NOT LEAST, Brainstorm with your Professor or a librarian.

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