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POL 339: Youth Politics (Webber)

What's in This Guide?

I put this guide together to help with your research assignment. It should help you get started finding evidence to support the arguments you will make in your papers. This guide, like all the other course-specific guides, is meant to be an introduction to potential resources. This is absolutely not a comprehensive list of resources you may use for your paper. Additionally, if you've looked over the resources listed here and still are having trouble finding evidence for your topic, please don't hesitate to contact me. 

Because this course discusses interdisciplinary topics, I am including links to databases not traditionally used in other Political Science courses. If you need assistance navigating these resources, feel free to reach out. You will find my contact information on the left side of this page.I am also including a link to Milner's list of Subject Librarians. Again, because of the interdisciplinary nature of this assignment, you may find that you need to consult a librarian with different subject responsibilities in addition to myself. Please don't hesitate to reach out to any of the librarians listed on this page. If you find you need to look at your topic from another angle, any of other liaison librarians would love to assist you.

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Grace Allbaugh
Milner Office: Room 415
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(Not in Schroeder office currently. Email me with any questions)
(309) 438-5313

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