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Answered By Library Staff
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017     Views: 40

A great place to start your research would be one of our library databases, such as Academic Search Premier.  It is a general purpose database that covers a broad range of topics, and has full-text articles from journals and magazines.  

Be sure to try several different search terms--you could start with:

  • "racism and popular culture"
  • "racism and media"
  • "racism and effects on society"

You may also want to try our Controversial Issues databases. These databases will give you full-text reports and articles on controversial topics. 

For book sources, try the Books page on the library website.

Remember that you will need to be logged on to MyTCC to access the database resources. 

If you need more help with your research, you can schedule an appointment with a librarian. Look on the library's homepage for Schedule a Research Appointment.