You can also search by names of people associated with nonviolence, such as:
You can also search by names of people or groups associated with violent protests, such as:
If you'd like much more in-depth instruction about the process of conducting research, please check out our guides:
Your instructor should tell you which citation style he or she wants you to use. Click on the appropriate link below to learn how to format your paper and cite your sources according to a particular style.
The following links are to background, or overview, articles. Click on the link below to access the Gale Virtual Reference Library and use the search terms in the boxes in the left hand column to find articles, or click directly on the specific article titles below. If you're off campus, you'll need to sign in with your W# (without the W) and 6-digit birth date to access the database.
All of these resources are free for MJC students, faculty, & staff.
Search using the Key Search Words in the left hand column of this guide, or use words more specific to your topic.
If you're working from off campus, you'll need to sign in. Once you click on the name of a database, simply enter your student ID (without the W) and your six-digit birth date.
Use these terms for researching the bystander effect:
Use the search terms on the left to find overview articles in the Gale Virtual Reference Library, or try one of the articles linked to below.