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ENGL 113 - Verduin: What to do with Wiki? (citation tracking)

Citation Tracking with Stephen King and Wikipedia

Go to the Wikipedia article on Stephen King, here.

Task 1

Look at reference number 37 and then figure out how to fully access that resource.

Beahm, George (September 1, 1998). "Stephen King from A to Z: An Encyclopedia of His Life and Work". Andrews McMeel Publishing. Archived from the original on April 15, 2017. Retrieved February 15, 2019 – via Google Books.

Go to the Wikipedia article on The Shining (novel), here

Task 2

Look at reference number 2, and then figure out how to fully access that resource.

Hohne, Karen A. (Fall 1994). "The Power of Spoken Word in the Works of Stephen King". Journal of Popular Culture28 (2): 93–103. doi:10.1111/j.0022-3840.1994.2802_93.x

Go to the Wikipedia article on Cujo (novel), here

Task 3

Look at reference number 7, and then figure out how to fully access that resource.

Rich, Interviewed by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt and Nathaniel (2006). "Stephen King, The Art of Fiction No. 189"The Paris Review. Fall 2006 (178). ISSN 0031-2037. Retrieved 2018-05-02.

 

Citation Tracking Popular Sources

Ever come across a paywall while reading a journal or magazine article online? The Van Wylen Library might already have a subscription to that journal or magazine!

Let's see which one of these popular (but credible) magazine articles we have access to via the library:

1. "How to Win the World Cup." The Economist, vol. 427, no. 9095, Jun 09, 2018, pp 16.

2. Breslow, P. (1954). Students for McCarthy: Campus McCarthyism. Nation178 (12), 240-241.

3. Briggs, Gordon, and Matthis Scheutz. "The Case for Robot Disobedience." Scientific American, vol. 316, no. 1, Jan. 2017, pp. 44-47.

4. York, Byron. "President Gore." American Spectator 32, no. 12 (December 1999): 22

5. De Rugy, Veronique. "The Wealth-Tax Trap." National Review 71, no. 18 (October 14, 2019): 23-24.

6. Verity, John. "The Internet." Bloomberg Businessweek (November 14, 1994).

7. Bauerlein, Monika. 2018. "Is There a Vaccine for Propaganda?" Mother Jones 42 (2):5.