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Criminal Justice: Getting Started

This is a guide to resources for criminal justice research. It identifies databases to find journal articles and books, as well as websites, and other resources.

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Introduction to Criminal Justice Research

Introduction to Criminal Justice Resources at the UST Libraries

 

Welcome to the Criminal Justice Resources page.  This resource will lead you to publications, databases and web sites that are available for criminal justice research.

Under "Finding Books", you can locate dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks and annual reviews to give you an overview of the field.  Both print and electronic resources are listed.  There are also links to other resources, like CLICnet, our online catalog, which will help you locate other books which can help you in your research.

Under "Finding Articles", you can locate databases and other resources which will help you find research articles in criminal justice.  Information on peer-reviewed articles is also available.

Under "Web Sites", you can identify sites that provide research information in the field of criminal justice.

The "Statistical Sources" tab lists sources which have statistics that would be useful for criminal justice research.

Under "Citing Sources", you can link to RefWorks, and find a brief help guide on the basics of using ASA/Sociology Style and APA Style for citing sources.  Links to citation manuals are also available.

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