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ENG 102 - Composition II: Reasoning and Research

Resource Types - Standing Rock

Research on any topic may involve the use of primary and secondary sources. Primary sources provide a first-hand account or the raw, un-interpreted information. Secondary sources provide an interpretation or review of the information. Here are some examples of sources you could find for the topic of "Standing Rock and NoDAP." 

Books

  • Deloria, P., & Salisbury, Neal. (2002). A companion to American Indian history (Blackwell companions to American history ; 4). Malden, Mass.: Blackwell. https://searchlib.cwu.edu/permalink/f/15utse1/CP51305012450001451
  • Estes, N., & Dhillon, Jaskiran. (2019). Standing with Standing Rock : Voices from the #NoDAPL movement (Indigenous Americas). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Retrieved from https://searchlib.cwu.edu/permalink/f/15utse1/CP71308687130001451

Encyclopedias or Dictionaries

Articles

Newspapers

Films

  • Titi Yu (Director), Cyndee Readdean (Producer), Futuro Media Group (Producer), (2014). Native American Boomtown. InAmerica by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa. Season 1, Episode 4. Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service. [Streaming Video]. Retrieved from http://ezp.lib.cwu.edu/login?url=https://video.alexanderstreet.com/watch/native-american-boomtown

Government Documents

Databases

Many of these databases can help in finding scientific research as it relates to the topic of the environment and trash, waste, and garbage.

Reference Material

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