This Subject Guide brings together important research resources for Anthropology. These include article databases & journals, major reference works, and other key sources.
I have an assignment and need to find literature on a topic:
I want to find literature published in New Zealand:
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I need to find a book review:
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Engaged Social Science, or eSocSci, is New Zealand’s Social Science Networking Hub.
eSocSci connects New Zealand social scientists and their ideas across all disciplines, sectors and locations. The website uses academic blogging, networks, online seminars and econferences to facilitate this.
Membership is free
Below are four good tools to search for academic literature on your topic. Explore the tabs along the top for even more options.
Getting Started with Your Research
Do you know which method you want to use to answer your research question?
Search relevant books, book chapters, dictionary and encyclopedia entries, or journal articles from over 175,000 pages of renowned SAGE content in research methods.
Not sure which method to use in your research?
Use the Methods Map to discover new methods or discover relationships between methods, and then link to related content.
Created by the Minnesota Humanities Center.
Sites is an online journal administered by the University of Otago Anthropology Department: