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Resources for social sciences and humanities in the context of the contemporary world. These may be in print, online, journals, databases, and websites.
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    Human Sciences in the Contemporary World

    The resources in this guide have been selected by librarians to assist those researching Human Sciences in the Contemporary World. As this is a multidisciplinary subject, at some points researchers will be directed to other guides within the site.

    The list below links to the tabs in this subject guide with a description of their content and use. Additionally, a description is shown by hovering on each tab above.

    Research Tips: Tips on how to shelf browse using your feet or the online catalog

    Databases: Specialized and General database links with descriptions. 

    Journals: Direct links to key online journals, lists of print journals and the A-Z journal finder.

    Reference Resources: Subject specific dictionaries, thesauri, and encyclopedias located in the reference department.

    Books: Selected print titles, quick catalog search, and links to e-book collections.

    Internet Resources: Links to sites as well as web evaluation tips

     

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