Go to google scholar https://scholar.google.com/schhp?hl=en&as_sdt=0,48
- From your search results page, click the three-bar “hamburger menu” in the top left corner.
- Select “Settings.”
- On the settings page, click “Library links” in the menu on the left.
- Search for the words “Seattle Central College.”
- Select the check-box next to “Seattle Central College – ViewIt@SeattleCentral.”
Submit the answers to the following questions about your resource.
- Does this source fit into the category of BIPOC creator or Psychology research on BIPOC? Note: This should not be guess-work based on visualization. Check the author’s bio to see if/how they self-identify Does the source include BIPOC people in the population of study? Note: Look to the methods section to see if the study includes BIPOC participants.
- What is the title of the resource?
- What is the date of publication, or date last updated?
- Is this an open resource or are there limits to access (YouTube, freely accessible news sources, only available through college subscription and databases)
- What is the name of the source of the resource you chose? (Examples: The Seattle Times, NPR, Psychological Bulletin, MayoClinic.org)
- What type of source is that? (Examples: Media Article, Blog, Scientific Journal Article, Youtube Video, Television clip, Podcast episode)
- Provide link or citation for source.
- Write a brief summary of the source, including what field of psychology it relates to. (1-3 sentences long)
- Write about where your source does or does not adhere to anti-racist assumptions, values, and goals? Premise: the US is a white supremacist, capitalist, imperialist, heteronormative, patriarchy (hooks, 1984). (3-5 sentences long).
Questions to ask yourself regarding your resource:
- Does it have anti-racist values?
- Does it acknowledge that there are no inherent biological differences between racialized peoples?
- Does it have anti-racist goals?
- Does it expose racism?
- Does it ameliorate the negative impact racism has on BIPOC people?
- Does it dispel racist myths?
- Does it examine race as it intersects with other social identities such as gender, sexuality, class, ability, etc?
- Does it liberate from and end racism?
Discuss the sources in your group, determine which source you will share with other members of the group, and work on the document you chose