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Conduct more targeted searches in individual databases for newspaper, magazine & journal articles:
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Subject searches in Credo Reference:
Topics from 60 Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong
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Topics from American Vertigo
Resources on Rhetorical Analysis
Published Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, 
A companion to rhetoric and rhetorical criticism / edited by Walter Jost and Wendy Olmsted
Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2004
||Science library of Upper Lusatia in Görlitz, Germany. Photo by Ralf Roletschek|
Why should I use Reference Sources?
When should I use popular journals and newspapers?
Remeber to look at a book's bibliography to find out more about your topic
For Academic Articles:
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Tips for Using MLA International Bibliography
1. Take advantage of folders and the ability to export citations in MLA format
2. Set search limits before you begin searching so that ALL your results are from scholarly, peer-reviewed journals or books.
3. Explore MLA's indexes to find articles that fall into very specific parameters. Also, try using Names as Subjects and the Thesaurus to pinpoint MLA-specific subject areas.
4. Once you've generated a results list, further refine your search by adding Subject Terms.
5. NEVER GIVE UP! Almost every article will be available to you either online, on mcrofilm, in print, or through Interlibrary Loan (My ILLiad Account). If something looks good to you, be persistent in your hunt.