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CST 229: Intercultural Communication (Hurley-Loudoun)

This guide has been created by librarians to help you find books, articles, videos, and other types of resources related to this program of study. Direct comments to Michael English,

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The best way to locate relevant articles is through the library databases. 

Some of the key databases for locating relevant sources for your topics in this class are located below. 

You may also locate articles by going to Databases by Subject and looking under a relevant subject area for your topic. For instance, if you are looking at education in the United States and Japan, click on the Databases by Subject link, and then click on Education to bring up the most focused databases for that subject area.

Multi-Disciplinary Databases (These have sources on a wide range of subjects)

Subject-Specific Databases (These have sources more focused on a subject or broad discipline)

Suggested Keywords


Connect your related terms using OR and your key concepts using AND when searching in the library's article databases

  • gender AND identity AND "generation Z"
  • values OR beliefs OR norms AND "baby boomer"
  • school or education AND Japan
  • Hawaii AND culture