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AASP 297: Research Methods in African American Studies  

This online course tutorial will assist researchers in designing effective research methods for the purpose of locating African American resources.
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This online course tutorial will assist students of AASP 297: Research Methods in African American Studies.  It will help you in designing research strategies for the purpose of  locating print and electronic resources.  The tutorial covers all aspects of Black life including the African Diaspora, African American culture, history, music, literataure, drama, politics, religion, and much more.  Also, the online publication includes tips on how to prepare an annotated bibliography.  Always consult with your course instructor for specific requirements regarding your assignments.


2014 NATIONAL BLACK HISTORY THEME

 CIVIL RIGHTS IN AMERICA

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