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Research Project Help!
« on: June 06, 2010, 01:51:42 PM »

A while ago, I posted a topic asking for suggestions on a festival to do for my school research project. I decided to do the The Cult of Yemanj√° festival, which is the celebration of the Goddess of the Sea. It's due before the end of this week, and I've decided to work on it at home, so I wouldn't get frustrated with the school blocks on certain sites.

The thing is that it's a research project, so I need to use different sources. If anyone has any recommendations on sites that I can use (they have to be "commendable", and not Wikipedia), that would be awesome. Actually, in a nutshell, that's what I'm asking for.

Thank you for anyone that helps! :)
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Re: Research Project Help!
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2010, 03:16:01 PM »

A while ago, I posted a topic asking for suggestions on a festival to do for my school research project. I decided to do the The Cult of Yemanj√° festival, which is the celebration of the Goddess of the Sea. It's due before the end of this week, and I've decided to work on it at home, so I wouldn't get frustrated with the school blocks on certain sites.

The thing is that it's a research project, so I need to use different sources. If anyone has any recommendations on sites that I can use (they have to be "commendable", and not Wikipedia), that would be awesome. Actually, in a nutshell, that's what I'm asking for.

Thank you for anyone that helps! :)

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