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Chicana & Chicano Studies (CHIC) -- Health Focus: Find Resources for Chicana and Chicano Studies

Research resources for the study of health issues in the Chicano Community

Find Resources for Health topics

Maya ScribeExplore these resources for your Chicana & Chicano Studies health research assignments. Document types include encyclopedias, books, book articles, journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, statistical data, government and nongovernmental research reports, and websites.

Library databases --  including our Library Catalog --  contain citation information and other information -- and, in many cases, the full text -- for journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, books, book articles, dissertations and thesis, and other materials.

If you do not find resources covering your topic in this guide, you should consider checking out the Databases by Subject area under Databases for additional resources. Look for Health Sciences.

There are also many useful web sites that can contribute valuable information for your research. Government and non-government organizations often gather statistical data, conduct research studies, and collect information from other sources on thousands of topics of interest to researchers. It is important to know where you are in the Internet universe and to consider who and why a web site was created.

Please explore the subtabs on this tab for more information about possible resources for Chicana & Chicano Studies health topics.