Using a variety of search terms will greatly enhance your research. Try combining some of these terms in MultiSearch with AND, e.g. migration AND "cultural identity".
These are only a few suggestions. Keep a note of any additional terms you come across and try searching with them in MultiSearch;
|"human geography"||globalisation||"population change"|
Top tip: use quotation marks to search for phrases - this will keep the words together when searching!
Browsing the Library shelves can be a very effective way of finding relevant resources. Try browsing around the call numbers below to find interesting titles to extend your research.
|Call Number||Subject Area|
|GA1-1776||Mathematical Geography (including Surveys, Cartography)|
|GB3-5030||Physical Geography (including Geomorphology, Hydrology, Natural Disasters)|
|GF1-900||Human Ecology (including Human Geography)|
|HD28-9999||Industries. Land Use. Labour|
Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias are examples of reference sources.
You can use Dictionaries to find definitions.
You can use Encylopaedias to find background information. Articles from specialised subject encyclopaedias are authoritative and often substantial.
These Reference Databases could be a good place to begin your research;