Take a look at this Az Republic article (9/12/10) that discusses how the state is trying to eliminate accents in local Arizona school teachers.
Could you tie this into My Fair Lady or Pygmalion?
When you search these resources you will find essays, biographies, journal, magazine & newpaper articles.
Suggested databases or electronic resources:
Literature Resource Center LRC is our premier full-text literature resource. Do a "works", "person" or "basic" search (Pygmalion, My Fair Lady, Bernard Shaw)
Academic Search Premier An excellent resource for literary criticism (for example "My Fair Lady and criticism").
Academic OneFile Another good resource for finding articles and essays on your topic (e.g. "Pygmalion and (criticism or analysis)").
Masterfile Premier A smaller resource but it contains lots of fulltext articles (e.g. "Pygmalion and social class").
Biography in Context A one stop shop for succinct biographies.
You can access these resources from home.
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You will probably want to search for books within the entire Maricopa Community College system. This will give you much better results.
You can request books from any of the other colleges by clicking on "Request Item" once you have found a book you want. You will need your MEID and your pin number (last 4 digits of your phone number). Visit or call the circulation desk if you have trouble with your pin number. 480-461-7680
It takes about 3-5 days; pick up your books on the 1st floor at the Circulation desk.