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1. Which of the following are uses for reference books? (Choose all that apply)
2. Which statement is NOT characteristic of a subject encyclopedia?
3. If you were interested in gaining an understanding of the issues surrounding cloning or stem cell research, which two of the following subject encyclopedias would be most helpful?
4. To gain an understanding or background information on the morality of sweatshops, child laborers, and U.S. companies' exploitation of workers in third world nations, which of the following search strategies might you try?
5. In addition to providing the definition of a word, an etymological dictionary, like the Oxford English Dictionary, also provides: (Check all that apply)
6. Handbooks, companions, histories, and guides seek to provide an intellectual structure that orients a researcher to the most important sources for a given subject.
7. A compilation of citations to books, journal articles, and reports about a particular topic or person is called:
8. Bibliographies: (Choose all that apply)
9. You want to find a book length bibliography in the SHC library online catalog for your research paper on the novel "Their Eyes Were Watching God" written by 20th century Florida novelist, Zora Neale Hurston.
Specifically, you want to find books and articles that deal with her treatment of race. (Choose the online catalog search that is least likely to work)
10. 1,079,000 adults were in United States prisons in 1995.
Which online catalog search strategy below will find the publication that contains this information?