Welcome! This guide points to the wide range of high quality Library resources available for law and government.
The Library holds lots of books, journal articles, government publications that will help you in your studies. We'll show you how to sift efficiently and critically through information on the internet so that you can go straight to what you need. Ask us about citing and referencing your sources - we can help with that too!
This guide will help you find material on your reading list and begin independent research.
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Sage Research Methods supports research at all levels by providing material to guide users through every step of the research process. Acting as the ultimate methods library, Sage Research Methods provides more than 1,000 books reference works, journal articles and instructional videos.
Addressing the needs of multiple stakeholders, from students learning how to conduct research to faculty conducting research for publication; this resource will benefit students, faculty and researchers alike.
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