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COM 100 - Introduction to Human Communication

Course page for COM 100

Communication LibGuide

For detailed information on Communication resources in ASU Library see the Communication Libguide at:  libguides.asu.edu/Communication

Research Articles

How do you know if the article you found is a research article?  Use the handout below to distinguish the parts of a research article and compare it to the article you want to use. 

APA Resources

APA Web Guide from the OWL at Purdue  

A comparably thorough and easy to use guide, only for APA.

Style Wizard
This interactive site guides you through writing individual citations one step at a time.  Steps for each part of a citation explains how information for that part should be entered. 

Citation Fox
Contains templates and examples for over 500 different resource types, sorted by type of resource (book, journal article, etc.)  Provided by the University Libraries at University at Albany SUNY

Research Databases

Communication and Mass Media Complete

PsycINFO

ComAbstracts

Sociological Abstracts

Google Scholar - a great way to locate articles used as references in other articles. 

 

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