This is a huge question! Recently, I heard Baidu might have lost some of its authority as a source a while ago. That is, a few years ago, people questioned how each answer was decided and shared on Baidu. Similar to Facebook in 2020: who saw which posts? Who decided which posts would appeal to me?
Conceptual Model of celebrity or influence
That’s exactly the right thing to ask! How did it get there? What does appeal mean?
You may feel frustrated searching Google after finding paywalls or questionable statements. The library has purchased many subscriptions to research, books, and film which may reveal this locked content. Unfortunately, you have to start from inside the library pages, logged in with you NYU NetID, for the subscriptions to recognize you are connected to our subscriptions. Let’s see how to do that.
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Step 1: Open NYU Shanghai Library Website: https://shanghai.nyu.edu/academics/library Step 2: Click the “Articles & Databases” tab
Articles and Databases tab on library’s homepage
Step 3: Locate “Content-Specific” databases
Highlight the location of Content-specific links
Step 4: Access “Ebook Collections”, “Video Collections” and more
Location for Ebook, Newspapers, and Video collections
Step 5: Explore our content-specific collections based on your own research needs
Ebook collection webpage
Video Collections webpage
- News & Newspapers
Newspaper collections webpage