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Political Science: Research Guide

How to Read a Scholarly Article

How to Use Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

You can preform a Google Scholar search directly from this LibGuide. Feel free to check out the Google Scholar Handout for additional information on making the most of a Google Scholar search. 

How to Vet a Journal

"Cabells is the complete source for journal info, evaluation metrics, and submission details-for universities of any size. Real impact starts with finding the right audience."

Research Advisory Program

Research Advisory Program

The Research Advisory Program (RAP) provides one-on-one research assistance for students. Sessions are conducted in person, by phone, or online.

Literature Review

How to Use Boolean Operators

Prince George Community College offers great tips on how to use boolean operators, in this infographic. The full LibGide can be found at this link (link opens in a new window).

MIT has some great info on truncation and wildcards: Truncation and Wildcards (link opens in a new window)

APSA Format and Citation Guidelines

APSA Style Manual

Librarian

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