Try the Keyword search to find the name of an ethnic group anywhere it appears. Also try the Keyword search option for books to find specific chapters listed in contents notes, or for names of peoples mentioned in the title, but not in the subject heading:
Keyword search for BASQUE* finds books including one called The Spanish World, which has a chapter called, "The Basque Country."
Keyword search for INDIA and ETIQUETTE finds books including one called Passport India : your pocket guide to Indian business, customs & etiquette.
Books are usually written about more general subjects; articles in periodicals are on more specific ones. Print and electronic books are found using Library Search. To access these electronic books from off campus you will need your My Chemeketa user name and password.
Try searching for social norms followed by the name of your country
One way to search for books in Library Search is by using Library of Congress Subject Headings. Books about "mainstream" inhabitants of a country, or about a variety of ethnic groups within a country, are entered under such subject headings as
Books on specific inhabitants of that country are entered under the name of the people:
Names of places may also be used as subdivisions following a topical subject heading:
Names of groups may be used adjectivally, for example:
Use truncation characters to find all the words that start with the same letters. The truncation character for the library search is an asterisk, "*" (Example: cultur*).
For guidance on subject headings used in the library search, consult Library of Congress Subject Headings (Reference 025.49 L61), or try Library of Congress Authorities.