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- The copies in Reference and Reserve often disappear so it's advisable to buy your own to consult for your thesis work. - Turabian is an abridged version of the Chicago Manual of Style, so using Chicago is Turabian.
An interdisciplinary index of scholarly journal articles. Web of Knowledge includes social science, arts and humanities and science citations. KEY about this database is its function as a citation tracker, i.e. it links to article references. For example if you have an article from 1998, WOK will indicate what articles have referenced that SINCE 1998, leading you to the most recent scholarship.
Engage in the scholarly dialogue or scholarly conversation by following and referencing other scholars. This means using other scholar's footnotes and bibliographies to identify additional primary and secondary sources to consult in your own research and engaging with other scholars theories and evidence directly in your thesis. You must clearly place your thesis into the scholarly conversation by identifying what other scholars (i.e. secondary sources) you are working with.
Ask a librarian for suggestions about what databases would be appropriate to search for your research. There are many specialized databases and article indexes that could be appropriate for you topic and allow you to identify unique and important sources!