Immigration: A Guide: Home
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In This Guide....
Immigration is a multidisciplinary topic, involving areas as diverse as political science, education, business, and even language and literature. This guide will help you begin your research regarding immigration through the libraries' collections and beyond.
Use the tabs above to navigate through the following pages of the guide:
Statistics, Policy & Law - Find legal information and policies at the state, federal and international level. Also includes data and statistics regarding immigration issues.
Find Articles - search for articles online and in print. Recommends the best resources for finding research and case studies in international studies.
Find Books - find print and eBooks and learn how the library can get you books we don't have in our collection.
Encyclopedias and Bibliographies - Get background information on your topic, identify key authors and works
Citing Sources - Information on citation formats, citation management tools and more.
Image: Immigration Queue, Narita Airport, Japan Ⓒ 2006 Andrea Barisani
Good Places to Start
Just beginning your reserach? Here's a few databases that are excellent starting points:
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