The catalogue contains information about all the materials that we have in the Library (and storage facility) and all the materials to which we have subscribed electronic access worldwide.
Only the titles of journals are included in the catalogue: use the databases to search for individual article titles.
If you know the title of the item you seek, perform a title search.
If you know the author, perform an author search. Enter the author's name with the surname first.
Otherwise, try a keyword search. Scroll down the keyword search page to get help with all the kinds of keyword searches that you can do.
Once you find one or more good books, look at the SUBJECT headings that have been used. Follow those SUBJECT heading links to find related books.
Suggested Subject Headings
Subject headings are important because they are "tags" that denote the content of the resource. They can be more useful than using keyword searches, as the keywords can be used just by chance -- just because the keyword is present does not mean that the resource is ABOUT that topic.
It can, however, be difficult to know what is a valid subject heading in advance. The following subject headings have been selected based on topics in your course outline:
- Action research
- Feminist ethics
- Feminist Theory
- Feminists -- Canada
- Feminists -- Canada -- Biography
(also construct headings: Feminists -- <province> -- Biography)
- Feminists -- Canada -- Political activity
- Globalization -- Social aspects
- Raging Grannies
- Sex discrimination
- Social action
- Social justice
- Social movements
- Women -- Canada -- Economic conditions
- Women -- Canada -- Social conditions
- Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada
- Women -- Violence Against
- Women in development
- Women in mass media
- Women in politics
- Women in the labor movement
- Women's rights
- Women's studies
- Women's studies -- Methodology
- Young women -- Social conditions
Tip: If the search provides a link to related subjects, consider these expressions as well.