Contemporary Canadian Government & Politics:
A Practical Research Guide

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4. Finding and Evaluating Substantive Information
Finding Information Evaluating Information

Finding Information:


TO FIND USE
Scholarly Research in Academic Journals Indexes and Full-text Databases
Analysis and Reports in the Popular Press Magazine and Newspaper Indexes and Databases
Current Events / News News Databases, Digests, Indexes, News Web Sites
Books Library Catalogues, Textbooks, Bibliographies, Indexes, Online Bookstores
Other Academic Work
(Theses, Conference Papers, Essays)
Library Catalogues, Special Indexes and Databases
Government Information Library Catalogues, Indexes, Publication Lists, Internet, Access to Information Requests
Political Party Information Library Catalogues, Directories, Internet Sites
Research from Policy Institutes, Think Tanks and Other Organizations Library Catalogues, Internet Sites
Videos Library Catalogues, Video Catalogues
Finding Information Evaluating Information
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Introduction   Starting   Clarifying   Bibliographies   Finding & Evaluating
Primary Sources   Special Topics   Citing Sources   Ask Your Librarian!   Detailed Table of Contents

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