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Crime & Justice Studies   Tags: crime_&_justice_studies, sociology  

Resources and services for students in the CJS program.
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Crime & Justice Studies

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  Photo by Tim Pearce. Available in the Flickr Creative Commons.

Welcome! Each department has a librarian liaison whose job it is to assist its students and faculty. I serve as the librarian liaison to the Crime & Justice Stuides Department. Part of this responsibility includes helping students with their research projects. Since this is one of my favorite aspects of my position, I encourage you to contact me if you need help with your research!

Use the tabs above to navigate through the guide. You'll find information on choosing a research topic, finding journal articles, using Interlibrary Loan, citing sources and more. If you have any trouble, you've got my contact information in the right-hand column of this page and under the help tab.

Good luck!




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    285 Old Westport Rd
    N. Dartmouth, MA
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