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POLI 201 Comparative Politics (Spring 2018)

Finding Background Information

If you'd like to read an objective description on your topic, try looking for an entry in a specialized encyclopedia. Encyclopedias typically provide an overview of accumulated knowledge and do not put forth new findings or ideas. They are usually most appropriate as a starting point for your research and do not replace scholarly articles and books.

Finding Academic Journals & Books

Finding News

Finding Quantitative Data

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