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WRI 340: Writing To, As, and About Animals: Home
This guide supports Eric Ekstrand's WRI 340 course, "Writing To, As, and About Animals"
Before getting started with research, it is a good idea to start with some background and context to the issues you are investigating. The sources below will help you get to that information quickly AND they can help you focus your research topic!
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