This course fulfills General Education requirement in both Diversity (D) and Social and Behavioral Sciences (S) subject areas. Furthermore, it fulfills 6,000 of the total 24,000 words required for graduation.
To receive writing credits students must achieve a minimum grade of 'C' (2.0) AND satisfactory completion of the writing component. It is possible not to meet the writing requirement and still pass the class. Students should review their degree audits after receiving their grades to verify receipt of credit for the writing component.
A number of search engines exist for helping you find the right resources for your research. I recommend using Google Scholar. If you are on campus, or off campus and logged in using the UF VPN client, you will have instant access to electronic resources (e-books and e-journal articles). Furthermore, you can search specific databases and journals; check out the right column on this page to see some of the most frequently used resources for this class.
When editors or teachers ask you to write in APA Style®, they are referring to the editorial style that many of the social and behavioral sciences have adopted to present written material in the field.
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The University Writing Program helps undergraduate students at the University of Florida achieve their academic and professional goals by offering broad-based instruction in composition.
An annotated bibliography is an organized list of sources, each of which is followed by a brief note or “annotation.”
Searching the databsases below will help you to find scholarly, peer-reviewed sources for your project. Click here for more information on databases.
The links below are a short list of suggested journals that will be useful for your research. UF may have electronic or print copies of the articles within.
The McGill Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies offers a list of academic journals that engage with Gender, Sexuality and Feminist studies, organized by the different fields/disciplines to which they relate.