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Gender and Terminology
Gender is a complex topic, especially in regard to defining gender and using proper terminology. Please refer to the following websites for information on general terminology and definitions and acceptable word choices:
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- If PDF and HTML full text are unavailable, click in certain databases to locate print copies in Columbus State's library or electronic copies in another database, such as the Electronic Journal Center.
- If you know the name of the journal in which the article appears, search the eResource Lookup to see if the journal is available online in one of the research databases.
- If the article is not available at Columbus State's library or electronically through the research databases, search the OhioLINK catalog for print holdings at nearby college or university libraries.
Helpful Research Guides
Examining social aspects of gender or interested in more resources on LGBT studies? Take a look at the following guides:
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