It's important to begin your research learning something about your subject; in fact, you won't be able to create a focused, manageable thesis unless you already know something about your topic.
Use the words below to search for useful information in books and articles.
Research is all about exploration. Sometimes we are exploring ideas, sometimes we are exploring current issues, sometimes we are exploring the lives of people or the repercussions of events. Asking questions is the key to this exploration.
When you are ready to explore and answer your research questions, use these databases below.
These videos come from an MJC Library Database named, Films on Demand. Once you click the image, you'll need to login just like you do for all of our other databases.
Breaking the Wall of Gender Inequality: How Gender Balance Can Transform the Global Economy
This video explores why gender equality will be a key condition for sustainable development – and how it can prepare the global economy for a more human-centered growth.
Gender Wage Gap: Supply & Demand
Research by the Cato Institute explodes the myth of the gender wage gap. The findings showed that overall male median income exceeds women's because many men work at jobs women will not or cannot do. An ABC News Production.
The Trouble with Working Women: An Inquiry Into Inequity Between the Sexes
This is a two-video series by the BBC that explores women's success and earnings potential.
In addition, search Google Scholar to find scholarly information on the Web.
Your instructor should tell you which citation style they want 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.