Political science and public affairs encompass a wide range of study. As you begin your research, think about what topic(s) you are searching and which categories they correspond to: Criminal Justice, Culture and Society, Economic Issues, Education, Environment, Government Operations, Health, Social Welfare, World: Foreign Affairs and National Security. Bookmark this guide - Political Science. Related guides are United Nations and Public Administration.
Use the catalog to help narrow down your search terms to a topic and a subtopic, such as france -- politics and government. Are you looking for a particular time period or political figure? Ask yourself questions. It is just as important to figure out what information you do NOT need as well as the information you DO need.
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