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This resource guide was designed to provide assistance with research on criminology. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above, or Table of Contents below. If you need help, please contact us.
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Includes relevant databases, search links, and selected journals about criminology topics.
Includes suggested subject searches with links to our catalog and selected reference books.
Includes selected criminology e-book databases, recommended reading, criminal psychology, and theories.
Provides reference articles on criminology theories, criminal research, imprisonment, violence, and the war on drugs.
Includes websites on careers, associations, and government websites.
Includes streaming videos and DVDs on criminology topics.
A minor in criminology will broaden your understanding of the social origins of crime. Thus, it is particularly useful for students who plan careers in law enforcement, corrections, social work, as well as the not-for profit sector.
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