Code Orange: Post-9/11 America and the Rhetoric of Alarm

Term: 
Spg 2011
Section: 
PWR 1

Librarian


Molly Molloy
mfmolloy@stanford.edu

Getting Started

  1. Use Reference Sources to jumpstart your research, to get ideas, search terms, context, and more.
  2. Find Books, Journal Titles and Media in Stanford's Online Catalog, SearchWorks.
  3. Find Articles in Selected Databases.
    Note: Stanford subscribes to over 1000 Databases that index articles and books on various topics. Since there are so many databases we recommend a select subset of databases which will give you access to articles in a wide variety of subject areas.

  4. Find Resources on your Course Theme. Click the link(s) below.

Alarm Resources

Suggested reference sources:

Selected subject words:

Selected books:

Selected series:

relevant author: David L. Altheide

Suggested Journals:

Selected databases:

  • Academic Search Premier - add ("choose databases"): Alternative Press Index, America: History and Life, Communication and Mass Media Complete, Left Index, The Nation
  • Proquest Social Sciences:scroll down in the Advanced Search page to select databases you can select one or all - PAIS (public policy), Philosopher's Index, PsycINFO, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), Sociological Abstracts, and Worldwide Political Science Abstracts.

Websites:
FAIR.org (Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting): Online news sources, their journal, Extra!- in Current Periodicals and online

For more information, search this site for:
Conspiracy Rhetoric

Instructor: 
Alford