Research brings together many discrete tasks which, while not strictly linear, can be identified among the categories represented by each page of this guide.
Starting - this page links to resources that can assist with defining a research question. Reviewing background information can help you to articulate what you want to know more about.
Searching - search in subject & news databases to identify articles in scholarly journals and newspapers:
Evaluating - questions to ask about all your sources (this page authored by Josh Honn, English Librarian)
Writing - we all need help sometimes and there are places to get assistance with writing
Citing - research is a conversation conducted over time and space. This page links to assistance and tools for acknowledging your sources, organizing what you find when searching, and formatting bibliographies and footnotes
In NUSearch, search using the following subject headings in addition to keywords about your topic
Gays -- Korea
Gays -- Korea (South)
Homosexuality -- Korea
Homosexuality -- Korea (South)
Lesbians -- Korea
Lesbians -- Korea (South)
People with disabilities
People with disabilities -- Care -- Korea (South)
People with disabilities -- Rehabilitation -- Korea (South)
People with disabilities in mass media
Sexual minorities -- Korea
Sexual minorities -- Korea (South)
Sociology of disability
Sociology of disability -- Korea (South)
The links that follow provide basic introductions to Korean history, economics, and politics.