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In This Guide
In addition to using this guide, you might also consult Library DIY to brush-up on your library and research skills.
Use the tabs above to navigate through the following pages of the guide:
Cultures & Political Background - Find facts about a nation's political makeup, history, and culture.
Public Opinion - Find the best places to find public opinion data and read the nation's social climate.
Statistics & Data - Find sources for statistics and data about a nation's demographics, electoral systems and more.
Books - Find tips on searching for books on subjects relating to a nation or population group.
Articles & More - Find good places to search for scholarly articles and other useful resources.
Citing Sources - Find resources to help you cite your sources.