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Library and Web Resources for COSM 1040
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2017 URL: http://libguides.centralgatech.edu/cosm1040 Print Guide RSS Updates

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Books in Our Catalog

Below is a selection of books available for your assignment.  Be sure to check the Library Catalog for additional titles!

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Encyclopedia of Hair - V. Sherrow
Call Number: TT957 .S46 2006
ISBN: 9780313331459

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Hair & Fashion - C Cox
Call Number: GT2290 .C69 2005
ISBN: 9781851774579

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Hair : its power and meaning in Asian cultures - A. Hiltebeitel & B.D. Miller
Call Number: GT2295 .A8 H35 1998
ISBN: 9780791437414

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Hair Raising: Beauty, Culture, and African American Women - N.M. Rooks
Call Number: Available online through EBooks on EBSCOhost
ISBN: 9780585098272

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History of hair : fashion and fantasy down the ages - R. Bryer
Call Number: GT2290 .B79 2000
ISBN: 9780856675065

 

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GETTING STARTED

Click on the Library Catalog icon to the left to visit the CGTC Library Catalog.  

You can also access the catalog from the CGTC Library Homepage.  Look for "Find A Library Book" button in the lower left-hand side of the library website.


HOW TO SEARCH

From the main screen for the CGTC Library Catalog, you can (1) do a basic search with keywords; (2) run a more advanced search; or (3) browse by author, subject or title.

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Search Terms

The CGTC library has over a hundred books for the cosmetology program.  Search the Library Catalog using your program name to find books for your field.  Or try these suggested search terms when looking through the CGTC Library Catalog for books on your area:

  • beauty
  • beauty culture
  • beauty shops
  • hairstyling
 

One More Tip!

Books are shelved by SUBJECT.  When you find your book in the library - take a look at the other books on that shelf!  You may find an additional resource for finishing that paper. 

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