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This guide highlights core print and electronic Library resources in the area of Political Science . Use this guide as your starting point, come to the library or Ask a Librarian for more resources and further help.

Welcome to Political Science Library Guide

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This guide is intended to help you find:

  • Resources for the study of political science, political conflicts, world politics and other.
  • Encyclopedias, books, journal articles, news sources and other. 
  • E-resources, print resources, and trustworthy Internet sites and resources.

         Use the tabs to navigate through the pages of the guide.

Getting Started

Step 1: Identify and Develop your Topic
            Decide on the topic you would like to study. Try to answer the what, why, who, where and when 
            questions in relation to your topic. 

Step 2: Find Background Information in Reference Sources

Step 3: Find out what has already been written on your topic in Books and Articles

Step 4: Consider other types of materials that might support your research
For more thorough research, go beyond books and articles to identify information in other formats, 
            such as articlesbooksjournals, news, country information, government documentsMiddle East focused sources

             and more.

Step 5: Cite your sources correctly

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