FirstSearch is the classic interface for the WorldCat database, but also includes access to additional databases for article searching and search features for both novice and expert researchers.
In this 200-level sociology course, we ask: what does it mean to live in a networked world, where our offline lives are increasingly and irrevocably tied to digital spaces? The popularity of phrases like “in real life” represent a common view of the physical world as something wholly distinct from and superior to the digital realm. Still, the digital realm has proven to have very real consequences, which increasingly structure individuals’ opportunities and experiences in everyday life.
This is the first course in a sequence that examines the structures, techniques, history and theory of film. Questions of history and theory are treated only in passing; the prime focus is on learning to identify, analyze and articulate what we see when we watch a film. The course studies the terminology used to describe film techniques and applies this terminology to the films viewed. The goal is to pass from close analysis of film technique and film construction to interpretation.
Books and other materials in libraries worldwide.
Journals in the humanities and social sciences.
Formerly LexisNexis Academic. More than 17,000 national and international news, business, and legal sources.
Selected full text coverage of 240+ newspapers and other news sources.
On-demand video streaming, offering access to documentaries, foreign and classic films, and educational videos.