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CRIM10001 library basics guide
If you need to get up to speed with the basics of library research, visit this online guide (originally created for first year criminology students).
CRIM90007 research resource guide introduction
Welcome to the CRIM90034 Post-Conflict Justice Subject Research Guide.
This guide has been designed to support your assessment in this subject and contains links to research resources that can be found through the library. It also includes examples of different resource types and information on how to evaluate them. While it is not exhaustive, it is an excellent starting point for when you begin researching for your assessment.
"Transitional justice wordcloud", by NIOD for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Book in a research consultation
Still stuck after going through this guide? Book in a research consultation.
- One-on-one, personalised session with a librarian specialising in your subject area
- Up to 1 hour
- Bring along your research topic and any specific questions you may have on researching for your assessment
Or contact Tom Hyde, the specialist librarian for this subject, at firstname.lastname@example.org