Bibliography Worksheet

Rationale: This worksheet helps you to keep your research search organized.
List at least 5 search terms that you used for locating your references and the database(s) you used for each.  For example perhaps you you searched for the terms 'bi-racial identity in JStor.'  Obviously, you may have used fewer than 5 databases, but you must use at least 5 search terms. 

The references below are examples of correctly formatted references.   When you're ready, delete them and list the 10 references you found here:

Bowles, D. D. (1993).  Bi-racial identity:  Children born to African-American and white couples. Clinical Social Work Journal, 21, 417-428.

Brown, U. M. (1995).  Black/White interracial young adults:  quest for racial identity.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 65, 125-130.

Champagne, C., Delany, J., Harsha, D., & Bray, G. (1996). Underreporting of energy intake in biracial children is verified by doubly labeled water. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 96(7), 707-709.

Clark, P., Scarisbrick-Hauser, A., Gautam, S., & Wirk, S.  (1999).  Anti-Tobacco Socialization in Homes of African-American and White Parents, and Smoking and Nonsmoking Parents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 24(5), 329-339.

Folaron, G., & McCartt-Hess, P.  (1993).  Placement Considerations for Children of Mixed African American and Caucasian Parentage.  Child Welfare, 72(2), 113-125.

Forde-Mazrui, K. (1994). Black identity and child placement: The best interests of black and biracial children. Michigan Law Review, 92(4), 925-967.

Gibbs, J. T. (1987).  Identity & Marginality:  issues in the treatment of biracial adolescents.  American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 57, 265-278.