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Writing 100 - Transition to College Writing   Tags: course:100, instructor:naydan, section:008, subject:writing, term:fall, year:2012  

Resources for researching consumerism in post-1945 America: basics on using the UM library, visual resources for advertisements, suggestions for secondary sources, and information on academic integrity and citing sources.
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Welcome, please consider this guide as a foundation for finding resources to support research related to Writing 100-Consumerism in Post 1945 America.  This resource provides introductory information on accessing library resources and services as well as information on how to find specific advertising campaign resources. 

This resource is faceted based on the kinds of materials being accessed: Getting Started, Visual sources and Secondary sources.

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