Exploitation – Industry

Exploitation – Mini Research Project

 

Rules for In-text Citation(NoodleTools)

Rules for In-text Citation(Owl Purdue)

For this research project you will be identifying keywords to use in order to locate information on your topic.  In addition, you will practice skimming and scanning journal and newspaper articles for relevant information.  You will also learn how to use the databases to expand and narrow your searches to get the best results.

Keywords

Keywords are words or phrases that identify content.  You use keywords that tell the search engine what to search for.  When you begin to research you may only have one or two keywords, as you read be sure to note down additional keywords to narrow your search.

A.  Garment Industry/Clothing

Keywords:  garment, “garment industry”, clothing, labor, sweatshops, “child labor”, exploitation, “disposable fashion”, “working conditions”.

B.  Agriculture

Keywords:  agriculture, labor, farming, “seasonal workers”, “corporate farms”, agribusiness, “family farms”, “immigrant workers”, “migrant workers”

C. Technology

Keywords: technology, “computer industry”, labor, manufacturing, “child labor”, car parts, “conflict minerals”, illegal mining trade

D.  Other:  Industry, Mining, Fishing, Carpets

Keywords:  labor, exploitation, “child labor”, bonded labor,

Day One:

 

1) Exploitation Video

2) Assignment Review

3) Why use Databases?

4) NoodleTools – Create & Share a Project

5) Newsbank

6) NoodleTools: Create a Citation

 Create a Notecard from Work Cited

 7) SIRS Researcher

 

Day Two:

1) Questia

2) NoodleTools – Citing from Scratch

3) EBSCO

4) Google news

5) NoodleTools – Creating an Outline

Databases:

  • Newsbank
  • Questia
  • SIRS Researcher
  • GALE – Opposing Viewpoints

What Are Databases and Why You Need Them

 

Cite: YCP Library. “What Are Databases and Why You Need Them.” YouTube. 29 Sept. 2011. YouTube. 20 Jan. 2014 <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2GMtIuaNzU>.

 

Some useful links: Symbaloo

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