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|Writing and Researching in the Social Sciences - A Guide to Resources in the University Libraries|
The University Libraries collections include many important guides and tools to help you in researching and writing your class papers, theses and professional articles. The following is a selective list of some of the more important books and Web sites that you may find useful in your research. For more information, or to locate additional materials, please consult LUMINA, the gateway to the online catalog of the collections of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Reference staff at any library on campus will be happy to assist you as well.
We have many books to help you with researching and writing your papers. This list includes some good general sources. Each has its own approach and style. Pick one that seems right to you. Books can also be found in bookstores or public libraries as well.
This complementary guide covers key research works and databases for finding information on specific research methods and tools in the social sciences.
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