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PSY 241: Birth Customs Around the World

What is in this guide?

Work through the pages listed in this research guide to find resources on birth customs from around the world. Read the tips and follow the examples featured on each page. If you are having trouble finding sources for your assignment, ask a librarian for help.

man kissing a crying newborn baby

Photo by AndriyKo Podilnyk on Unsplash

Start Here

When you begin research for a project, you will typically start by reading background information on your topic, which can be found in reference sources such as encyclopedias and handbooks.

Background information can help you:

  • learn more about an unfamiliar topic
  • identify important keywords and concepts
  • narrow or expand your search
  • find other resources on your topic

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