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PSCI 3130: Interest Groups

Library research guide for PSCI 3130

Selecting an Organization

One of the resources Dr. English suggested to find information on an organization for your paper is Leadership Library. Leadership Library Library provides directory information for individuals in federal, state, and local government, corporations, financial institutions, nonprofit organizations, the news media, law firms, trade associations, interest groups, and more. Search or browse by name, job title, organization name, industry, alma mater, etc. Government Information, Public Administration.

If you do not have an organization in mind, one of the easiest ways to browse is to use the search box at the top an simply enter a topic you are interested in, such as adoption (highlighted in yellow below). This will give you a list of suggestions for organizations, both governmental and non-governmental, that focus on that area.

The results will show were the organization in in the hierarchical structure (see below on the left side of the screen shot) and provide information about the organization.

If you have questions about this resource, please contact your Political Science Librarian!

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