Subject Guide with Search Tips for Censorship
Books and Media | Articles | Internet

Books and Media

Use the Library Catalog http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/library/ to find books, periodicals, and media on your topic.  You can enter keywords of your own choosing, or you can identify the specific subject headings that the library catalog uses to group related materials together. 

Suggested Subject Headings
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
Freedom of Speech
National Security

Censorship by Andrea C. Nakaya
Z 658 .U5 C433 2005 San Marcos Campus Library STACKS
                                   Escondido Center CIRCULATING

Civil Liberties: Opposing Viewpoints by Auriana Ojeda, ed.
KF 4770 .C58 2004  San Marcos Campus Library STACKS
                                 Escondido Center CIRCULATING

Free Speech by Bruno Leone, ed.
JC 591 .F77 1994  San Marcos Campus Library STACKS
                              Escondido Center CIRCULATING

Hollywood Censored: Morality Codes, Catholics, and the Movies by Gregory Black.
PN 1995.5 .B49 1996  Escondido Center CIRCULATING

Information Revolution: Opposing Viewpoints by Laura K. Egendorf, ed.
T58.5 .I526 2004  San Marcos Campus Library STACKS
                             Escondido Center CIRCULATING

100 Banned Books: Censorship Histories of World Literature by Laura K. Egendorf
Z658 .U5 K35 1999 San Marcos Campus Library STACKS
                                Escondido Center CIRCULATING


Articles are usually identified by using online research databases or printed indexes.  Printed indexes are especially helpful for older material.  Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles can supply the latest information on a topic and often contain details not available elsewhere. NOTE: Passwords required to use the databases off-campus http://www.palomar.edu/library/OnlineDatabases/offcampus.htm

·         EBSCOhost http://prozy.palomar.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.asp?profile=web

EBSCOhost provides access to several databases including magazine, journal and newspaper articles.  For a guide on how to search EBSCOhost, go to Using EBSCOhost at http://www.palomar.edu/library/OnlineDatabases/ebsco.htm


Basic internet Search Strategies - Use a directory, subject portal, or search engine to focus your Internet search.   In addition to those listed below, find more sites on the Palomar Library Subject Links site at http://www.palomar.edu/library/subjects.htm. Information on evaluating websites can be found at http://www.palomar.edu/library/ResearchAids/SelfHelp.htm#websearching.

Information on Citation Styles – In order to create a bibliography for your research paper, you will need to follow the rules of a specific style.  For a list of styles and information on how to use them, go to http://www.palomar.edu/library/ResearchAids/SubjectGuides/WritingStyles.htm.

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