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This guide will list some resources to help get you started with researching for your critique.
Just a few quick questions:
Do you have a topic for your written critique?
Yes: 3 votes (30%)
No: 7 votes (70%)
Total Votes: 10 If a book is located in the Main Stax, and the call number is E 185.625 .D98 2007, where would you find the book?
1st floor: 1 votes (14.29%)
3rd floor: 1 votes (14.29%)
4th floor: 0 votes (0%)
5th floor: 5 votes (71.43%)
Total Votes: 7
Which of the following resources will give you the most accurate information about your topic
A blog post from Google: 1 votes (10%)
An academic journal article from a library database: 8 votes (80%)
A magazine article from a library database: 1 votes (10%)
Total Votes: 10
Search databases to find articles and background information about your topic.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Federally-funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide.
Information for legal professionals, students, public and business include legal forms, cases and codes, search for lawyers within a given area, among other subjects.
Criminal Justice Liaision
Dr. Natasha Jenkins
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Literature and Humanities
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